On Tuesday, September 4, 2007 at 08:35 -0700, david.howe at howesystems.com wrote:
> It seems that the NSAI has given the thumbs up to The Office Open XML
> (OOXML) standard from Microsoft.
According to NSAI they voted "Disapproval - with Technical
This is, as far as I can see, the ISO version of "Yes, but only as
long as you fix the following list of technical problems" (hence the
spin), and is as close to a No as the process seems to allow for.
(of course, who could object to the standard going through if all the
technical flaws were fixed, right?)
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