312[ISO8601] Re: Finding PDF Copies of ISO 8601.
- Jan 15, 2002On 2002-Jan-07 Fred Bone wrote:
> I've extracted the digit and uploaded the four versions[2002-Jan-15]
> to my Pipex web space; start at
> and follow the links from there. Filenames are as on
> Ian's site *except* the latest edition has its name
> in lowercase (154n362_.pdf) because it's been through
> my Windows system.
> This should be reasonably permanent and people are
> welcome to copy the links elsewhere.
Thanks for that! I see you discovered that there are
actually five files now. When I wrote the original
message I hadn't yet discovered the 2000-10-05 draft
version of the standard. I found this file while I
was looking for something else. On my FTP site the
file is called <8601FDIS.PDF>. However I also notice
that you have now renamed all the files exactly as
per the YahooGroups archive.
There are some files referred to as <154N344.PDF> and
<154N345.PDF> in ISO TC154 listings but I have never
been able to locate copies of these. One of these
files is much the same as <8601.PDF>, available from
several places, but the other is an update to that.
In addition several people have <8601v03.PDF> and
<8601v04.PDF>, but I have never been able to find
any earlier versions: 'v01' and 'v02'.
The filename <154N362_.PDF> is actually a shortened
version of <154n362_ISO8601-2000.pdf> as originally
however I see that you decided on a different naming
scheme in the end. I meant to take out the underscore,
but it's too late, as several other people have
already linked to it.
I note the addresses and descriptions for your copies:
ISO 8601:1988 First Edition: [Original Version: 1988-06-16] (Text/PDF: 1.2MB):
ISO 8601:1997 Second Edition: [Very Early Draft: 1997] (Text/PDF: 90KB):
ISO 8601:1998 Second Edition: [Very Early Draft: 1998] (Text/PDF: 72KB):
ISO 8601:2000 Second Edition: [Late Draft: 2000-10-05] (Text/PDF: 192KB):
ISO 8601:2000 Second Edition: [Final Draft: 2000-12-15] (Text/PDF: 185KB):
Thanks for hosting the files. Is there anyone else out
there that knows of any other locations for these files,
or is going to host them on their own web site, or who
has found any of the other 'missing' versions? Speak now!
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