__/ [ B Gruff ] on Tuesday 16 May 2006 14:26 \__
> Now there's an interesting take - from Gartner of all people!
> "International standards bodies' unanimous approval of ISO/IEC 26300 moves
> OASIS OpenDocument Format to being the official XML document format. It is
> now unlikely that ISO will adopt Microsoft's Open XML document format"
> Search for G00140101 on:-
Thanks, Bill. Excellent news, especially since I read in a couple of places
that Massachusetts was ready to get lenient and permit the existence of MS
XML. Nothing was finalised at the time, but it seemed discouraging. Gartner,
of all bodies (a company actually), turn out to be somewhat of a friend:
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