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Re: [ITPOLITIK] Morten Helveg og åbne standar der



Keld J|rn Simonsen wrote:
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Jo, POSIX er en åben standard, efter vores definition. Der er mere om problematikken på:
http://std.dkuug.dk/dkuug/standarder.html



Jeg synes det er lidt spøjst at der findes ovennævnte definition og samtidigt definitionen på:
http://www.aaben-standard.dk/


Begge har dkuug som enten forfatter eller støtter, men det er altså ikke den samme ordlyd i de tre punkter i definitionen af Åbne Standarder.

Det er vel nærmest symptomatisk for hvor svært det er at definere hvad man mener "åbne standarder" dækker over.

Med venlig hilsen
Egon Andersen

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