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just curious about this use of OT as an acronym. People presumably mean it
as "off topic", but it could also stand for "on topic"; the opposite
I get very annoyed with the over-use of acronyms in IT (go hard with the
puns, Bevan!), particularly so when the same acronym is used for more than
one meaning. E.g. ASP means either Application Service Provider or Active
I wish there was some kind of approving body/W3C type organisation for
these. But, I guess there's no way of controlling these things; they just
seem to spring up.
IPCC 01, the IEEE International Professional Communication Conference,
October 24-27, 2001 at historic La Fonda in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA.
CALL FOR PAPERS OPEN UNTIL MARCH 15. http://ieeepcs.org/2001/
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