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I guess these are enough reasons to say NO to OOXML ....
US votes yes (with comments). Germany voted YES
My favourite comment:
I would say that in the voting “yes” countries the ballot has been rigged by the votes Microsoft has bought by stuffing the voting committees with Microsoft partners. This has been observed and well reported.
In Brazil and in all other countries that followed a process, a NO is inevitable because of the quality of the OOXML specification, and the technical issues you can extract from it.
This week should have more country results out with the final result being announced in early September.