I think I would describe MS’ weapon against open source not as stupidity as Michael Tiemann says, but plain cluelessness
A rather compelling presentation about Identity 2.0. I am wondering how the FreeIPA can play a role here?
Singapore: The Inconvenient Truth from catherinelim.sg on Vimeo. Not directly related to ooxml, but something that I think means a
A commentator (and watcher) of my blog, says phunnily that people are “running out of technical arguments since the successful
Just found out that *I* am quoted on groklaw.net. Humbled. Thanks.
It is hilarious and sad at the same time to see how our friends from Redmond are tripping all over
I was hoping that I will be able to celebrate Document Freedom Day today, March 26, 2008, but because Singapore
Sometime ago, I commissioned a sculptor to sculpt something that I can then give as my gift to the world.
I am looking forward to the day after the ITSC votes on the ooxml proposal. I am sure it will
I just signed an urgent petition calling on the Chinese government to respect human rights in Tibet and dialogue with
Is said to be in short supply. I have been hearing of it for a long, long time from way
Growing up, Carl Sagan was one of my heroes. I wanted to study under him in Cornell. Did not get
I am annoyed and disappointed. Why is it that people are just not willing to listen to simple and reasonable
I have been very keen on looking at ways to generate biofuels in a safe and clever way and it
Good to read that groklaw.net and Harald Welte being awarded Project of Social Benefit by the Free Software Foundation. Well
It is interesting to read Patrick Durusau’s site. Specifically, the one in which he states: “Approve an admittedly rough DIS
The first of the Asian countries that voted disapprove in September, has just reconfirmed their disapprove vote. Good to see
In 9 days time, all the countries that are “P” (Participating) members SC34 of the ISO will have to revert
Kudos to the Red Hat team responsible for the Certificate System in fully open sourcing the entire code base. It
Maybe it is just me, but using this wireless@sg stuff is just plain annoying. I try to use it whenever
I cannot but be really annoyed with the fact that ASEAN has done nothing about the nonsense happening in Burma
Just came across an interesting article on the “Total Growth of Open Source” in which they are detailsing rather amazing
Continuing with the tragi-comedy that is the Great Escape (GE), the all knowing and all seeing powers that be have
Now for something that has nothing to do with the ooxml comedy, but about another tragi-comedy being played out in
I think that this is a great post that really shines additional light on some of the wasted efforts at
It is nice to have some “survey” say that open source develpers earn MORE. For the sake of the credibility
In this article, it notes that the US would agree to the ooxml and that the BRM was a success.
Good that others are pointing out that the US voted NO at the BRM. Singapore and Sri Lanka are the
A car that could bsod!
It is an unfortunate decision on the part of the IDA to award the SOE to a set of technologies
Great article in NYT about what a market failure Vista is. It has been said many a times that the
alternate sites for malaysiakini.com at: http://18.104.22.168. Some domain registrar has messed around with the malaysiakini.com DNS details!
In this article, the conclusion would be that MS is down for the count and is very unlikely to recover.
Please send any additional information about MS’ tactics during this ooxml scam to the EU. They can surely use more
Yet another stupid Microsoftism. ‘Nuf said.
Unrecoverable Application Error or UAE or BSOD to the nonsense ooxml stuff. So, some of the stuff was hand-waved through.