17 December 2010

European Interoperability Framework v2 - the Great Defeat

Long-suffering readers of this blog will know that the European Interoperability Framework has occupied me for some time - I wrote about the first version back in 2008, and have been following the twists and turns of the revision process since.

These included the infamous leaked version that redefined “closed” as “nearly open”. Now we finally have the final version of EIF v2 - and it's not a pretty sight.

On Open Enterprise blog.

2 comments:

Thomas said...

Andrew Updegrove comments in a similar manner "EC Takes One Step Forward, Two Steps Back in Openness" , http://www.consortiuminfo.org/bulletins/nov10.php#blog

glyn moody said...

@Thomas - yes, thanks, his stuff is always worth reading.