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Re: [xml-dev] Recent allegations about me

On 1/30/07, Pete Cordell <petexmldev@tech-know-ware.com> wrote:
> Only two standards seems quite good actually.  I remember working on ISDN
> (Integrated Services Digital Network in case you've forgotten).  Europe had
> 64K channels where as most of the US had 56K channels.  Europe accessed
> premises at the S/T interface and US at the U interface.  ITU issued the
> main signalling standard as Q.931.  ETSI then mutated that for European use.
> And then British Telecom mutated it even more for BT use (BTNR).  Similarly
> US had their mutation of Q.931.  I'm sure those coders had great fun!

Another example of standards gone mad:

With map :D

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