Filed under: standards

2008/11 - "IT-Grundschutzhandbuch" against MySQL - news, standards
2008/03 - Novell emphasizes its position as Microsoft mole with OpenOffice.org - news, standards
2007/12 - OpenISO website launched - news, standards
2007/12 - OOXML: an obstacle to accessibility? - standards
2007/11 - Gnome goes Mono and jumps into the Patent Trap - news, standards
2007/11 - OOXML: Not Beneficial (says KOffice team) - programming, standards
2007/10 - EU Commission: Microsoft patent pledge "incompatible with Open Source" - politics, standards
2007/09 - IBM joins the OpenOffice.org community - news, standards
2007/09 - When portability is not an issue - programming, standards
2007/09 - Media coverage on OOXML proceedings (2) - news, standards
2007/08 - Media coverage on OOXML proceedings in Switzerland - news, standards
2007/08 - Federal courts: Star Office vs. MS Office - news, standards
2007/08 - Windows Vista - End of Monopoly? - news, standards
2007/08 - OOXML: The Monty Python Factor - standards
2007/08 - MacOS X: UNIX, not BSD - news, standards
2007/07 - United Nations Development Program on ODF and OOXML - standards
2007/07 - EU enters the OOXML ring - standards
2007/07 - ECMAs great ratio - standards
2007/07 - Microsoft: 4 companies per document - standards
2007/07 - Microsoft failed to fool andalusia - standards
2007/07 - "No" with comments in Japan - standards
2007/07 - Recently in Brussels - politics, standards, recently_in_brussels
2007/07 - ANSI: Abstention with comments? - news, standards
2007/07 - OOXML astroturfing campaign of the month: V4I - news, standards
2007/07 - Portugese standardization organization says there is no space for Sun and IBM - news, standards
2007/06 - ISO global relevance aims at elimination of standard duplication - news, politics, standards
2007/06 - Nature and Science bans OOXML - news, standards
2007/05 - Microsoft finances a OOXML Wikipedia article editor - general, standards
2007/05 - WinSock socket option SO_EXCLUSIVEADDRUSE? - programming, standards
2007/05 - Netfilter clusterip: reinventing the wheel - chaos, standards