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Links 1 through 10 of 21 by Simon Phipps tagged interoperability

Landmark publication of the European Interoperability Framework by the European Commission. Let's see if they can stick to this better than they can stick to their own procurement guidelines.

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The European Interoperablity Framework is still in play, and despite attempts by companies like Microsoft to "own" interoperability and neuter it to become a concept defining a preference for proprietary monocultures, there is still a chance the EU will enact procurement legislation that attacks their de facto monopoly and brings long-term software freedom benefits to European administrations.

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Looks like an interesting BarCamp. In particular I know my friend Henry Story will be there, wanting to discuss social network interoperability - so that for example I don't have to persuade all my friends on Facebook to join TripIt to find out when we're near each other.

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Another fine opportunity to get ODF interoperating as well as possible between different implementations. Great to see Microsoft participating too.

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The only thing that surprises me is that anyone is surprised. It's what Stephe Walli talked about years ago as the "best" strategy for MSFT for whom "interoperability" generally means "can migrate into our product" (AKA "into-operability").

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Pretty fluffy, as you might expect. No reason I can see not to support it, but it's light on establishing concrete freedoms.

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Important step forward for the evolution of procurement policy into the meshed society of the 21st century.

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I forgot to link to the source document yesterday. This is a very level-headed report, to my eyes - hard for rational people to argue against.

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This is a lousy fix. Non-expert users (read "everyone") needs a GUI in the code to toggle this setting in 2 years when they find they need to. Also, I still can't see why these data files are so different that Office can't be made secure to load them.

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