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It's been a month since our brief uproar over this proposed "standard."
<"ISO 26514" -site:techwr-l.com>
and got results from 4 sources: the STC member who announced the draft,
his chapter president, Keith Soltys praising (urk!) the draft, and an
unrelated Japanese video game site.
ISO's own site doesn't mention it, though it offers to sell us ISO
18019, which apparently covers the same ground.
Is September 8th still relevant, or has ISO come to its senses?
-- Dan Goldstein
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