Groklaw points out that OASIS calls for discussion of a proposal to form a new technical committee to help out with "ODF Implementation, Interoperability and Conformance". Collaboration with other standards bodies such as W3C or ISO/IEC JTC1/SC34 is contemplated.
Here's the OASIS announcement.: OASIS opens discussion list for ODF Implementation, Interoperability and Conformance
and here Groklaw's take: Eyeballs Needed for ODF
One can sign up for the discussions at oiic-formation-discuss-subscribe [at] lists.oasis-open.org
Pamela Jones calls for active involvement to make sure ODF remains an Open Standard:
I have no doubt that Microsoft wishes to use ODF for its own purposes, and I know for a fact that some kind of liaison is what some who seem to me to be happily doing whatever Microsoft wants have been hoping for, namely some mechanism for ODF to coordinate with SC34 in ISO that would operate a bit like the relationship between the Unicode Consortium and JTC 1/SC 2, who jointly maintain the Unicode standard.
Ask yourself a question: do you want Microsoft helping to maintain ODF? EEEK, you say? So do I.