RE: ISO turns evil?
David is right. The use of country codes is far too widespread to enforce this at this time. Stopping public safety systems to retool these codes is unthinkable and the backlash would be overwhelming. We depend on ISO for stability and guaranteed process; introducing a license fee at this time would be more than a minor irritation. len From: David Megginson [mailto:dmeggin@a...] Again, this is all premature. Obviously, someone has made some kind of a serious mistake at ISO (given the warning on the Web site), but hopefully it's one that they will fix quickly. If not, then they will rapidly become completely irrelevant in the standards world, since almost no one is interested in taking a risk with standards that might turn out not to be royalty-free.
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