Monthly Archives: March 2011

Debate hots up on future of European standardisation

A sometimes scathing but nonetheless important contribution to the debate about the future of European Standardisation by Trond-Arne Undheim at Oracle and Open Forum Europe: CEN/CENELEC Lacks Perspective (Trond’s Opening Standard). Advertisements

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About Patterns

I have recently finished a short note about patterns and Pattern Languages, prompted very much by the recent work in the OASIS ‘Transformational Government’ technical committee. The paper is available for download from my company web site. All comments welcome.

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Government Transformation – what’s the deal with patterns?

The OASIS technical committee working on a “Transformational Government Framework” (and on which I serve as an editor), reached an important milestone today – the vote to approve its first formal draft (URL will be posted once published), an important … Continue reading

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