I never bothered to check the ballot results, I was just happy that OOXML wasn’t fast tracked. There are innumerable problems with the standard and greater men than I have opposed it. Anyway, I’m just glad to see that the Bureau of Indian Standards (formerly the ISI) categorically rejected OOXML and said they wouldn’t support it unless the proprietary bits (like “linespacinglikeWord95″) were removed from the specification. India is a P-member, so we have no choice but to vote, and when we vote we’ll likely vote against OOXML being accepted as an ISO specification. Fascinating.
Hurrah for standards and freedom.