Justin Mason wrote:
> A friend who works with NSAI writes:
>> 'The important thing is that ilug put together a letter. Any software
> companies [they] can get on board should also do a letter.
>> The most important reason for objecting should be that the standard
> significantly overlaps with an existing ratified standard.'
>>>http://www.grokdoc.net/index.php/EOOXML_objections lists plenty
> of those.
Does the ILUG, as an organisation, wish to put a formal letter in
expressing their concern regarding the potential failings with this process?
Can the committee and concerned members please contact me directly, or
the list and let me know. I appreciate that time is of the essence and
am happy to draft a letter - but I would not like to send one as from
ILUG without a mandate from the members.
I'm going to head along to the Long Stone this evening as well, so
perhaps I'll catch up with a few interested parties there.
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