Tuesday, April 01, 2008

ConsortiumInfo.org - OOXML Woes Continue as Norway Files Protest with ISO Relating to its Own Vote

Just when you thought it couldn't get any weirder... (and I suspect this is not an April Fools' joke); see the full post for details

One of the things that most of us learn at our mother's knee is that you shouldn't rush things. If you do, you'll make silly mistakes. Mothers also tend to tell their children to play by the rules, but some apparently listen better than others to that advice as well.
The wisdom of the first truism was demonstrated most clearly during the Ballot Resolution Meeting in Geneva, although its effects had been evident throughout the entire Fast Track process. In the latest evidence of the other truism, the first formal protest has been filed with ISO over a National Body vote. The National Body in question is Norway, and the protest has been filed by...(wait for it)...Norway itself.

ConsortiumInfo.org - OOXML Woes Continue as Norway Files Protest with ISO Relating to its Own Vote

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