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Subject: Re: [oiic-formation-discuss] Interoperability versus Conformity
2008/6/11 Sam Johnston <firstname.lastname@example.org>: > I think that your comments on the Acid Test are on the mark, though it could > be preferable to capture the enthusiasm now rather than stifling/deferring > it Seconded. (I was about to write something like this.) Capturing enthusiasm right now is *very important*. It can be filtered later - but pre-filtering kills input. This means a wiki, a shared Google doc, anything to act as Massively Multiplayer Online Notepad to capture immediate ideas. Something at all right now is better than The Perfect Right Thing later. Everyone has an idea of what interoperability is and isn't (i.e. they know very well when something isn't), even if they don't have the words at the top of their minds ready to write. There's calls out across the net for people to come to this list and look at what's going on - harnessing (and slightly directing) that enthusiasm is vitally important, because it won't keep if quashed. - d.