Wednesday, February 23, 2005

Yukon Quest dog sled race

My sister, Alice, is in Dawson City, she told me about the Yukon Quest dog sled race:

Oasis patent policy threatens openness of webservice standards

I strongly believe that true interoperability can only be achieved if interoperability standards are truly "unencumbered" and freely implementable by anyone. Seems that the OASIS organisation may be violating this principle. Read:

I am now 40

Oh. How did I get to be this old?
People have kindly told me that I don't look it, but its cold comfort when you consider how much less of my life I have left that I had when I was twelve.

Wednesday, February 16, 2005

I am to love Java too much

"How about us? we are using JSR, and if we are very love JCP (the nuts), will we become part of them? So, all, let's move to the .NET. The sad thing, I am to love Java too much."

Wednesday, January 12, 2005

IBM patent pledge

IBM have pledged not to pursue Open Source projects for infringement of any of a list of 500 patents.

The titles alone make intiguing reading, I wonder how old they are?

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