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Old 08-30-2007, 08:00 AM   #1
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LXer: Linux Foundation Releases Statement Calling for National Bodies to Vote "No" on

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I'm pleased to note that the Linux Foundation has issued a statement calling for ISO/IEC JTC1 members to vote "No with Comments" on OOXML. The decision to issue the statement follows on the heels of a rising crescendo of reports of last minute additions of individuals to National Bodies which is slanting voting results, and of a similar last minute upgrading of nine (or perhaps by now, more) nations to "P" status in ISO.



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