does anyone know more about the contracts of ISO regarding newer
versions or developments of standards? Do followup reports have to be
published through ISO? And is there a possible Open Access/Postprint
model for such standards?
I don't know which differences occured in the OAIS standard since the
publication of the Blue Book. Had anyone the possibility to look into
the ISO-version to compare the two versions?
Ruth Duerr wrote:
> OK, perhaps PREMIS isn't ready yet. However, not being an
> "international standard" will limit the audience
> that can and will implement PREMIS.
> Also, correct me if I am wrong; but, simply because a standard
> has been published by ISO does not mean that the source
> standard has to be removed from public access by the sponsoring
> standards body. For example, the OAIS reference model (i.e.,
> CCSDS 650.0 B 1 = ISO 14721:2003) is still
> freely available on the web.
> - Ruth
> On Jul 24, 2006, at 8:51 AM, Rebecca S. Guenther wrote:
>> It seems a bit premature right now. We plan to do some revisions of the
>> data dictionary and schemas in the next several months (the PREMIS web
>> site documents some of those that are needed). After we convene the
>> Editorial Committee (whose first job will be to look at needed changes),
>> we can revisit this question.
>> One problem with ISO standards is that they are not freely available,
>> which makes some people reluctant to go through the process. We would
>> to keep our documentation publicly and freely available.
>>> R. Duerr
>>> Data Stewardship Program Manager
>>> National Snow and Ice Data Center
>>> University of Colorado at Boulder
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