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Old 03-04-2008, 02:50 AM   #1
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LXer: BRM is done... time to sleep :-)

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Well, the BRM is over and I can only describe the week as a lot of technical work and a lot of great people I was lucky enough to meet and exchange ideas with. The objective of the BRM was to work with all of the National Body delegations in the room and improve the specification on a technical level -- and that we did. There were many technical changes the delegates made to really get consensus on some of the more challenging issues, but all of these passed overwhelmingly once they were updated. The process really worked (it was very cool).
[I wonder, is he really so delusion that he believes what he writes? Or has the man no moral bone left in his body? After reading all the other BRM reports here, make up your own mind. - Sander]



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