Bob says: Putting the 'open' back in open standards

Boissy, Bob
December 1998
SISAC News;Winter98/Spring99, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p3
Reports on the challenges faced by the Serials Industry Systems Advisory Committee and other publishing standards organizations. Shift in commercial interests from development to implementation of transactions; Prevention of workflow bottleneck due to repetitive manual tasks; Goal to make existing and future serials industry standards available for free downloading on the Internet.


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