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  • From: Dmitry Turin <dev3os@n...>
  • To: xml-dev@l...
  • Date: Thu, 22 May 2008 15:34:31 +0300

[offtopic] your participation is necessary

JM> I know scores and scores of people

Maybe you know their argumentes ?

JM> Some company is probably going to
JM> blacklist your email addresses one of these days to protect their 
JM> employees.

Cirtainly - to individualize people and transform them in human dust,
and to not distract from using them ?

JM> you keep sending email worded as though you've never had a response from me.

Certainly, because we spoke about project with completely other syntax,
so this is new project at all, and because ideas of old project
occupies only 30 slides from 206.

JM> how to pursue standardization ... join some consortium

For example ?

JM> I doubt very sincerely that anybody from Oracle told you that
JM> Oracle doesn't like new ideas.

We spoke by russian language, i quoted his words.

If he would say me other words, i would quote them with the same
mercilessness, with what i refused from my previous syntax.

JM> I imagine was something like ... it has to be submitted
JM> formally using corporate procedures

If this way would exist, i would make this like
I made this with IBM.

>>Man of good will,
>>please, help me. I'd like to get SQL5 [1] (which support
>>process of XML and has some other features) implemented
>>in at least one DBMS (SQL5 is public domain). There are
>>two ways to get it: to submit for companies,
>>to standardize in ISO JTC1 SC32 WG3 or WG4 [2].
>>I appealed to Microsoft, Oracle, and IBM
>>(submission is registered with #13795 of February 14 2008).
>>They are executing own plans and did not draw decision
>>to implement SQL5 (one man from russian department
>>of Oracle even wrote me, that their managers don't like
>>new ideas at all). I also can't find anybody from Sybase,
>>who would advocate proposal in his company. The same with
>>hackers of free DBMS Postgres.
>>Participation in JTC1 SC32 is possible only via National
>>Body [3], but russian NB ("Federal Agency on Technical
>>Regulating and Metrology" [4]) really does not work
>>(it's a pity, it's usual for organizations of Russia).
>>Thus i ask you to submit SQL5 to your National Technical
>>Committee for consideration (SQL5 would have the "approval"
>>of committee, so it would have a much better chance to pass
>>at the ISO meetings) and to SC32 via your own National Body
>>as an Individual Expert's contribution (document would be
>>provided to the ISO committee for consideration on its own
>>merits even without any approval from your country).
>>I ask you a lot to help.
>>[1] http://sql50.euro.ru/sql5.16.1.pdf
>>[2] http://jtc1sc32.org
>>[3] http://jtc1sc32.org/membership.html
>>[4] http://www.gost.ru

Dmitry Turin
HTML6     (6. 8.3)  http://html60.euro.ru
SQL5      (5.16.1)  http://sql50.euro.ru/sql5.16.1.pdf
Unicode7  (7. 3.2)  http://unicode70.euro.ru
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