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Want to get involved in international documentation standards?
Subject:Want to get involved in international documentation standards? From:Phil Cohen <pcohen -at- HCI -dot- COM -dot- AU> Date:Sat, 8 Feb 1997 22:59:39 +1100
The International Standards Organization (ISO) covers a wide range of
subjects, and one of its most active areas is software engineering,
including software user documentation and maintenance documentation.
If anyone is interested in being part of this work (usually involving
six-monthly international travel which in the case of most delegates is
often part-funded by their national standards body or their employer), then
they should do one of the following things:
For a list of the software documentation projects being handled by ISO, take
a look at www.hci.com.au/iso
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