☞ Changes, one thoughtful
By webmink on Dec 17, 2009
Jane is fantastic, so I've no fears arising from this transition, just best wishes for both Mark and Jane.
This answer makes it clear that although the Labour government may have posted an "action plan" on open source and open standards, it does not expect any "action" on anyone's part - otherwise it would have a set of metrics in place and a monitoring scheme devised.
Another ACTA-inspired government that believes our future is not digital and that internet access is an optional choice rather than an essential enagler to citizen access to government, finance and education.
After this presumably all payments will either need a payment card or to be made on the internet. Joining the dots, this means that if some music publisher decided my internet connection had been used in a way he didn't like, I could be rendered unable to pay bills. IN what way is that appropriate? We need a bit more joined-up thinking from our legislators.