Want to give a little to one of my most used daily Tablet PC applications?? Below is your chance:
After we shipped OneNote 2003 SP1 Donovan worked on a OneNote Importer managed wrapper for OneNote 2003. This was a great tool for developer to help them generate the OneNote XML needed to import content into OneNote. When OneNote 2007 came out we hoped to do something like this again and now we are opening this up to the community so everyone can contribute and add to the code.
The code has been released under a shared source license (Microsoft’s version of open source) and available to anyone who wants to join the project. You can read more about it over on John Guin’s blog: A Shared Source Object Model for OneNote project. This really is John’s project so hats off to John for organizing this and getting it out there on the community.
If you’re a programmer and want to give a hand, head on over there and see what you can do!!
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