Monday, July 30, 2007

Standards Confusion and Harmonization

This article over at the IEEE is an interesting read for anyone in the jabber space, think pub-sub for a start ;)

Software engineers have long debated the practical benefits of standards. The argument against standards is that setting a bar creates the risk of it being far lower than it should be, resulting in a free pass to do less; without the bar, users would do more. However, proponents of standards claim that having a bar to be hurdled is better than no bar at all.

2 Comments:

At 3:27 am, Blogger 逛街 said...

Everyone fastens where there is gain.........................................

 
At 2:27 pm, Blogger 假日的 said...

原來這世上能跟你共同領略一個笑話的人竟如此難得........................................

 

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