Exactly, if more people are tied to this standard, they are tied to
the application which runs on what? So it does directly affect the
pontential for linux take up.... anyhow, don't want to add too much to
this thread, but suffice to say, I second the idea that ILUG sends a
letter and I can help if needed.
On 1/25/07, Kae Verens <kae at webworks.ie> wrote:
> AJ McKee wrote:
> > I would be in favour of ILUG sending an objection. I very much think
> > its the right, correct and proactive thing a LUG should do.
>> especially as I presume this 6000 page document would be difficult or
> impossible (and undesirable) to implement any time this century in Linux (or
> any other operating system that doesn't already have a Microsoft Office suite).
> Kae Verens
> Senior Programmer for webworks.ie
> work: http://webworks.ie/> blog: http://verens.com/> kfm: http://kfm.verens.com/>
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