[ISO8601] More Successes.
Recent successes and new information:
Outdated links shown on the web sites at:
have been updated, and some extra new links added.
David Norris has some starting information about
ISO 8601 on his site at:
and is probably going to host more information and
some files on the site there, sooner or later.
See the news item dated: 2002-Jan-07 at:
and then read 'TechNote 116' linked from there:
for more updated information.
A major update is in progress to documents at:
Check back later to see how that is progressing.
A new page of ISO 8601 links has appeared at:
After sending comments to NASA about:
they are looking at things again.
Matthias Paul has promised a big update to the site at:
Brian Forte is working on an update to the information
currently posted on his site at:
Peter Haas has promised an update to the links at:
Chris Newman is studying comments and proposed updates
to the document at:
Peter Meyer didn't update his web site at:
just created a new page at:
but may incorporate the informaion into the original
page at a later date.
Bill Lise has rewritten the material that was at:
and posted it to his new web site now found at:
Fred Bone volunteered to host some files. These are
now available at:
I found this new site the other day. It covers a part
of ISO 8601 that is not detailed in many other places.
However, it does it very well:
The Bookmarks section of the YahooGroups archive has been
updated again. Have a look at:
then add any other links that have been missed.
- --- In ISO8601@y..., g1smd@a... wrote:
> [2002-Jan-16]Today, I have upload a new version of this site (only a few changes).
> Peter Haas has promised an update to the links at:
And also my week number sites (Insert Win-XP-list, new Delphi-Unit):