Lists Home |
Date Index |
From: "Bullard, Claude L (Len)" <email@example.com>
> Sure as heck shreds the CIO proclamations for
> W3C-only tech. It's a CALS redux: the procurement
> officers sign the checks and that drives the
> emergence, not the standard or the imprimatur.
I wish that the XML.COM article on the CIO draft had actually
included some references to the document.
The article is pitched as if it means that non-W3C (presumably
excepting ISO, formally) specifications are being blocked, rather
than that W3C is being added to some favoured list.