Role of incubating consortium
Not long ago I posted a message about consortia acting as incubators for specifications that were subsequently funneled into the ISO standards process. That message prompted an e-mail from one of the persons who worked on the ISO SQL standards. He suggested my message was worded in a manner that overstated the role of SQL Access Group (SAG) and X/Open. To correct any misimpressions from my earlier posting: 1. "the SAG work had no impact on SQL:1999 since it had gone away before the bulk of this work was done." 2. Most of the work on "SQL:1989, SQL:1992 and SQL:1999 was done by National Body committees like ANSI X3H2, CAC SC32, DIN, etc as part of the ISO SC32/WG3 (previous SC21/WG3) work efforts."
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