"We collect here proposals for a reform of the patent examination system. In particular, FFII and others have endorsed proposals for privatisation of this system by careful distribution of burdens of proof. Such a reform would result in debureaucratisation and, by consequence, dissolution of the European Patent Organisation, which some have called "an intergovernmental creature that no longer has a place in today's European Union". A lean privatised patent examination system would, as a side effect, also solve the problems of the Community Patent. [...]"
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"Delusions of Grandeur" - no, just a single pragmatic proposal for liberalisation of the system to overcome the current inefficient state. In fact parts of the EPO process are already outsourced today. For instance you as a patent attorney. Or think of alternative and better patent information systems.
Slim organisation structures and a real market for patent related services. This is a vision. And the wiki page is a draft of reform ideas for EPO examination innovation in the light of the Lisboa Agenda.