Fwd: Re: [crm-sig] ISO CRM ballot
tg at tonygill.com
Sat Mar 12 20:40:43 EET 2005
Incidentally, the CIDOC CRM makes an interesting counterexample to the many
volatile and poorly-maintained museum, library and archive standards
Jim Michalko, "Building on fragile acronyms"
P.S. I dropped Jim a note to inform him of the CRM DIS ballot results!
>Date: Sat, 12 Mar 2005 13:33:44 -0500
>To: Tyler Bell <tyler.bell at oxarchdigital.com>
>From: Tony Gill <tg at tonygill.com>
>Subject: Re: [crm-sig] ISO CRM ballot
>I think a press release is a great idea -- it should be posted on the
>official CIDOC CRM website, and have a persistent/stable URL.
>I'd be very happy to comment on any draft that you circulate Tyler, thanks
>At 05:42 AM 11-03-05, you wrote:
>>We must write a "press release" about this news.
>>I suggest this because it is good to have a single reference that
>>highlights its significance for the CRM and (more importantly) the
>>cultural heritage community.
>>With a press release in hand, we can contact the major information bodies
>>and publications with a reference to the release; it would also be handy
>>to have something to pass something around during the conference season.
>>In all, this is a great opportunity to raise awareness of the CRM and
>>prepare the world for its advent. Assuming this is agreed, I'll write
>>the release and will of course welcome input.
>>Nicholas.Crofts at mah.ville-ge.ch wrote:
>>>Good news... results of the ISO 21127 DSI ballot have just come in and I'm
>>>happy to say that the result was unanimous approval. Thanks to this we will
>>>be able to move directly into the publication phase without the need to
>>>pass through a FDIS (final draft) ballot.
>>>Voting results in the document below
>>> (See attached file: Vote Results.pdf)
>>>Looking forward to seeing you in Zagreb
>>>Convenor ISO TC46 SC4 WG9
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