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Re: [ossig] Malaysian Law With Respect To Employees Who Program OnTheir Own Time
On 09/24/05 09:53 Molly Cheah said the following:
> the opportunity for the floor to speak amount to less than an hour of
> the 9-12 session. Of course there was a lot of opportunity to "rub
> shoulders" and eat outside the room. :) There wasn't enough time for
usually, it's during the tea breaks when the real work gets done, not
during the dialogue. :)
from mampu's perspective, i read the dialogue as trying to achieve a
framework for future collaboration between the government and the industry.
this goal was obviously hijacked by the anti-OSS bashing as well as the
whinging about being locked out of contracts. this detracted from the goal
of the dialogue and i wont be surprised if mampu does not take too kindly
to what happenned during the event.
from my perspective, i've long whinged that wrong spec'ed tenders
specifying product instead of standards has hampered us and has been biased
against us. i take it very well that now the other side is whinging about
the very same thing, for it indicates a victory of sorts for the OSS crowd.
this however does not mean that the war is won, just a beachhead battle.
> The PIKOM guy sounded really pathetic. The industry wants to dictate
> Government policies rather than adapt how they do business to comply
heh, at the very least, i held my own against that politician.
Regards, /\_/\ "All dogs go to heaven."
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