Estava lendo a notícia no fim desta msg qdo um detalhe atraiu minha atenção: "(...) the next likely stage is ISO's ballot resolution meeting in Geneva next February, during which the Open XML specification will be edited and fixed in order to address the 'comments' submitted by voting nations. At that time, ISO members can change their vote again, (...)" [ "(...) o próximo estágio provavelmente será a reunião para votação da ISO em Genebra no próximo fevereiro, durante a qual a especificação Open XML será editada e corrigida para atender aos "comentários" submetidos pelas nações votantes. Nessa ocasião, os membros da ISO podem mudar seu voto de novo (...)"]

Ficou a seguinte dúvida: atendidos os comentários do "não com comentários" do voto brasileiro, por explo, o OOXML realmente vira um padrão aceitável?

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INCITS Confirms: U.S. to Vote for Open XML in ISO
Eric Lai, ComputerWorld

The United States member group to the ISO standards body on Wednesday [2007-08-29] finalized plans to vote in favor of approving Microsoft Corp.'s Office Open XML document format as an open standard. The executive board of the Washington D.C.-based InterNational Committee for Information Technology Standards (INCITS) had its final meeting on Wednesday morning before its September 2, 2007 vote is due at the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). "Everyone was entrenched in their position," said Frank Farance, a longtime INCITS board member who voted against Open XML's ratification. The INCITS board plans to stick with the results of a vote last Thursday, in which it approved a "Yes, with comments" position by a 12-3 margin, with one abstention. Others that voted against Open XML's approval in INCITS included habitual Microsoft foes IBM and Oracle Corp. The September 2 process will tally votes by the 20 countries that are members of ISO's Joint Technical Committee 1 (JTC-1). With countries such as Brazil and China already announcing plans to vote against Open XML's approval, the next likely stage is ISO's ballot resolution meeting in Geneva next February, during which the Open XML specification will be edited and fixed in order to address the 'comments' submitted by voting nations. At that time, ISO members can change their vote again, with a two-thirds majority needed to pass Open XML.

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