Friday, April 04, 2008

» OOXML approved, but some say standards process needs review IT Security News: itsecuritybook.net

Okay, this is by far the weirdest quote I've ever seen attributed to me; I can only assume this went through a few rounds of machine translation somewhere along the way.

“I think this exercise volition subsist a milestone, or checkpoint, for the kind of does it mean to have being a criterion,” says Peter O’Kelly, any algebraist with the Burton Group. “And why is one standards organism perceived to exist better or more authoritative than another and what are the policies for becoming a standard. Is it the case that Microsoft did any fashionable ceremony rift? Or is this kind of craft as usual for standards organizations.”

Perhaps the shift to open, XML-based document formats will be conducive to improvements in translation :)...

» OOXML approved, but some say standards process needs review IT Security News: itsecuritybook.net

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