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I've been asked to take over the management of internal
documentation--specs, requirement documentation, etc. Does anyone have
any references or web referrals for document numbering? Right now the
developers and engineers give the documents their own document
number--there's no rhyme or reason to this--the number doesn't seem to
I'd also appreciate any tips/information on setting up standards and
procedures for the documents.
Stephen Arrants, Jr.
139 Townsend Street Suite 100
San Francisco, CA 94107-1922
415.836.7843 fax 415.836.9050
sarrants -at- datafusion -dot- net http://www.datafusion.net