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Microsoft Makes a Promise



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September 13, 2006 9:23 am

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Microsoft posted yesterday an Open Specifications Promise, a commitment not to assert claims against people or companies who distribute products that conform to a series of OASIS specifications they list. These include things like SOAP, WSDL, and other key Web services standards. Among other things, this has potentially significant implications in the identity space, with Phil Windley, a key identity observer and ZDNET blogger, calling this “the most signficant announcement” out of the Digital Identity World Conference this week. Interesting development, and hopefully the beginning of a trend.

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