Monthly Archives: March 2008

Not stupidity, but continued cluelessness

I think I would describe MS’ weapon against open source not as stupidity as Michael Tiemann says, but plain cluelessness in “Yet Another Microsoft Attempt To Be Nice to OSS” (TM). Without having the EU slap even more fines on … Continue reading

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Identity 2.0 and FreeIPA

A rather compelling presentation about Identity 2.0. I am wondering how the FreeIPA can play a role here?

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Singapore and OOXML – the inconvenient truth?

Singapore: The Inconvenient Truth from catherinelim.sg on Vimeo. Not directly related to ooxml, but something that I think means a lot for us as Singaporeans. As a nation, we have shown that we will take the hard decisions that could … Continue reading

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Even more spinning – it’s time to wind down!

A commentator (and watcher) of my blog, says phunnily that people are “running out of technical arguments since the successful ballot resolution meeting in Geneva …”. Humbug! Are there are no more technical arguments against ooxml? How so? I will … Continue reading

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I am humbled

Just found out that *I* am quoted on groklaw.net. Humbled. Thanks.

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The things they get up to

It is hilarious and sad at the same time to see how our friends from Redmond are tripping all over themselves and being totally incompetent in the process – all in the name of some file format. See how MSFT’s … Continue reading

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Document Freedom Day

I was hoping that I will be able to celebrate Document Freedom Day today, March 26, 2008, but because Singapore has not yet announced it’s stand on OOXML, it is not going to be joyous. Let’s hope that by this … Continue reading

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