There was a ongoing thread on the archived talk page:
"Many groups that work with meeting reports usually have these meeting reports in a document (usually a MS Word file). So the switch from that usage to our wiki-oriented usage might be annoying for them. And it's quite annoying to just upload documents on the wiki as they are not very usable (searchable, editable...). So I was wondering if it wouldn't be a good idea to install an export extension, so that people who want to read a meeting report (in a document that can be read offline) just have to export a page in such a readable format. This way we keep the content on the wiki and offer more comfort to the users who are not hardcore wiki users. There is this extension or this one or that one. --Vanecx (talk) 15:11, 23 October 2017 (CEST)
- I thought you were asking to import an .odt file so that it is converted into a wiki page :p That would be an interesting feature to have.
- Anyways, regarding your request, note that there is a Firefox extension that does a nice job ;) I'm not against installing one of these extensions (probably the latter because it is marked as stable), but I'd need to test them, etc. So this might take some time ^^ --HgO (talk) 15:18, 23 October 2017 (CEST)"