OOXML Documentation available online now

at the Boycott Novell forum and that’s causing a bit of an uproar in the ISO community. Even though their own processes indicate the docs were supposed to be made publicly available 30 days after the standard was sealed. It’s now a couple of months after the fact and we’re all still waiting so why not put this stuff out there – it’s the right thing to do according to ISO’s own policies and procedures.

But Alex Brown, exponent of the OOXML process at ISO, says this is a copyright issue and is throwing threats around: “brazen act of copyright violation” according to the Linux Mag site. … Hold on, aren’t ISO standards supposed to be for everyone? Well I’m confused Alex – is it or isn’t it?

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