by Rick Jelliffe
- Who Loses if OpenXML Loses? Thoughts on what OpenDocument loses if OpenXML loses.
- The 6,000 Page Myth OpenXML has problems but fear mongering based on its purported size isn't helping to solve them.
- "All Their Eternity Is To Butt and Bray" Further thoughts on why my thinking changed on OpenXML.
- Genies, Peasants and NOOXML Thoughts on NOOXML and the V1 Recommendation on DIS 29500.
- On the Importance of Being Heard The Important Lesson of the BRM on DIS 29500.
- Confusion, Standards and OpenXML A preliminary response to Updegrove's apocalyptic vision concerning OpenXML.
- Co-Evolving OpenXML and OpenDocument Format Thoughts on a productive way forward in discussing OpenXML and OpenDocument Format.
- OpenXML: A Poster Child for Open Standards Development? Thoughts on the progress of OpenXML towards an open development model.
You know something? It's absolutely incredible how often Patrick Durusau seems to be getting linked to these days by certain people, and how his documents get linked to with seemingly lightning speed.........
Segadunum: Yes it is incredible. It is called the Internet. It allows you to read something fast, often soon after it was read. There are things called web browsers that let you look at other people's websites too. It is so incredible, there must be a conspiracy! There are subscription services such as RSS that allow feeds. And there are things called blogs, which are largely based on reporting and commentating on other webpages; sometimes, incredibly enough, people read something quite soon after it is posted. This is due to something called "time", which it completely incredible.