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You removed an item wiht the comment: "(Removed Dare Obasanjo's comments as he is not neutral and cannot claim to be "an outside observer"; he is employed by Microsoft. Quoting him into the article breaks the NPV.)"
I suggest you also remove all comments made by Brian Jones and Doug Mahugh (also working for Microsoft) and also all comment made Rob Weir of IBM, Sam Hiser of the Linux Foundation and other OSS supporters like groklaw/grokdoc or in fact any other comment made by anyone as I can hardly see any neutral comment in the whole article.
Suggesting that referended items should be removed because the writer is not nautral required nearly all refences to be removed !!! Mayby just leave the refenrece to the Ecma format spec ???? hAl 15:17, 20 July 2007 (UTC)
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