Re: QUERY: Documentation standards for the telecommunications industry

Subject: Re: QUERY: Documentation standards for the telecommunications industry
From: Wayne Douglass <wayned -at- VERITY -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 26 Feb 1999 14:18:00 -0800

At 01:41 PM 2/26/99 -0800, Robin Whitmore wrote:
>I am currently reading JoAnne T. Hacko's Managing Your Documentation
>Projects, and read the following:
>
>"...the telephony industry uses publications standards to control the style
>and content of publications produced by and for the telephone compianies in
>various countries. Their goal is to establish consistent style and
>organization of informationm for the technical workforce."
>
>Being a big fan of consistency, and not wishing to rock the boat, I am
>wondering if any of you are familiar with these standards and/or where I may
>find them.
>
In the old days they were part of the Bell Standard Practices (BSP). Since
deregulation, who knows? They were about as interesting as the Mil Spec.

--Wayne
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