Your help until 29th January for the Standards Quartet
mk at fsfe.org
Thu Feb 16 14:27:50 UTC 2012
* Marcos Marado <mindboosternoori at gmail.com> [2012-02-13 16:31:22 +0000]:
> I'm not sure you've noticed that I've worked a bit on it this weekend.
> As I said in my last note there:
No I have not noticed it before.
> > Marcos Marado: if we end up only having three groups (I'm not sure if 4 is
> > the minimum), then we have two categories covered, and only have to deal
> > with "Network" and "Data"
We need 4 categories for the game. Another idea is also to split it in
other groups and also add older standards (not just Open Standards).
Than we could add MS OOXML / DOCX, .sxw, ...
> I think this is feasible: we just need someone to look up those 16 standards
> on wikipedia to see their creation year and the link for the specification,
> then just:
> $ wget http://link-to-spec.txt -o /dev/null -O - |wc --words
> or, if the spec is only available on HTML,
> $ wget http://link-to-spec.html -o /dev/null -O - |html2text |wc --words
Someone here able to do that?
> Checking out the Freedom Level is more time-consuming, but answering those
> five questions/points ( http://fsfe.org/projects/os/def.en.html ) is not that
Can someone answer the questions? And than we should double check.
What about: we just give 1 point if the question is answered with yes,
and 0 if answered with no?
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