Isn't "heterogeneous real-time interoperability" a contradiction in terms?
I mean, either you are heterogeneous and this heterogeneity menas you
don't interoperate, or you're homogeneous, and you do interoperate. I'm
probably missing something here. Also, how does "real-time" affect
interoperability. Either you're interoperable, and you're always
interoperable, or you're not interoperable, and this goes on forever too.
Real-time response doesn't seem to be an issue here.
But, heck, at least Kevin's first posts make more sense than Spunkando's,
so I say he should be added to the list (although this is really up to
Rohit, the man who put the RK in FoRK.)