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Re: Organize a chat on account/ledger capabilities?

From: Erik Anderson <eanders@pobox.com>
Date: Thu, 03 Sep 2015 12:23:15 -0400
To: "'public-webpayments-ig@w3.org'" <public-webpayments-ig@w3.org>
Message-ID: <524e33d507a657163d348e3bb90fe980@pobox.com>
On 2015-09-03 12:03, Swendseid, Claudia wrote:
> I'm sure X9 would be delighted to have Ripple as a member. Board level
> membership is $8500 annually.

I highly recommend W3C members join X9. You get access to the ISO's and 
X9 membership is not cost prohibitive either! :)

> 98% of free is still not free, and I think you’ll have a very hard
> time selling that position to some members here.

Nick, as I mentioned, I have seen many ISO's are dual published. I have 
seen several ISO's that are 2 pages long and just reference an IETF RFC 
document.

The ISO publishing is just to make it more official in the international 
community.

Also, the 2% is not worth the money. Trust me. Its all filler.

> 1. The ISO standard should be entirely free
> 2. The W3C group should be able to modify the standard to its needs
> (which seems a rather unrealistic goal to me)
> 3. The ISO standard should not be mandatory to implement the W3C
> standard. There should always be an alternative option.

So publish an RFC. Then publish an ISO that just references the RFC. 
Problem solved. As mentioned this is a normal practice. There are many 
options to fit all needs.

Erik Anderson
Bloomberg
Received on Thursday, 3 September 2015 16:24:33 UTC

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