Re: Re: SQL5
Dmitry Turin wrote: > Jonathan, > > JR>> - Who are the people who recognize their need to cooperate using a > JR>> technology like yours, instead of existing standards or proprietary > JR>> approaches, and will help you to get this accepted as a standard? > DT> (1) Applied specialist (phisicists, biologists, etc), > DT> who by itself (independently) must develop informational system > DT> (1.1) heavy to explain for programmers > DT> (1.2) have no time > DT> (1.3) have no money > DT> (2) Workman in small business > DT> (3) Teacher in university > (4) Personal internet sites, including wiki-s and blog-s > > JR>> Good answers to these questions will help you know where to go with the > JR>> proposed standard to make it happen. > DT> How you estimate my answers ? > DT> Is it right, realistic ? > DT> What i forgot ? > Leave a comment ? > Hi Dmitry, I don't personally think you've identified a group that is likely to push this through the standardization process, but my opinion doesn't matter, theirs does. In general, the implementors of a technology push the standards (look at the participants in any W3C Working Group, Java JSR, or ISO Committee), though users sometimes do this too (e.g. J.P. Morgan was a real driver in AMQP). If you think this needs to be a standard, go find your champions and make it happen. If you can't find them, that might be an indication that this isn't going to happen. Jonathan
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