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Thursday, August 19, 2010

Standards Meme

This meme is for you standards geeks out there...
  1. What was your first encounter with a standard where you were aware that it was a standard?
  2. What was the first standard you liked?
  3. What was the first standard you hated?
  4. Your favorite standards organization?
  5. The first publication you commented/voted upon?
  6. The first standard/implementation guide you participated in developing?
  7. The most influential/important standard you participated in developing?
Here are my answers:
  1. ANSI C
  2. ANSI C
  3. FORTRAN 77
  4. W3C followed closely by HL7
  5. W3C DOM Level 2 (in HL7 in was CDA Release 2)
  6. Again, DOM Level 2 (and in HL7 it was Care Record Summary)
  7. Influential -- DOM Level 2, but important, CDA Release 2
I'd love to see yours in comments...

   Keith

3 comments:

  1. 1. FORTRAN IV
    2. Common Criteria
    3. ANS COBOL 1968
    4. HL7
    5. An HL7 Security white paper by Bernd Blobel
    6. RFC 3881 and its predecessor in HL7
    7. An internal standard for Shared Medical Systems

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  2. 1. TCP/IP
    2. TCP/IP
    3. NetBios
    4. IETF (the old version, don't like todays IETF)
    5. CLNP
    6. IPSec
    7. RFC 3881

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  3. 1. What was your first encounter with a standard where you were aware that it was a standard? : UDP
    2. What was the first standard you liked? : Toss up between X509 and PKCS10 or PC/SC2.0
    3. What was the first standard you hated? PC/SC1.0 -- but these days CoBiT has that distinction
    4. Your favorite standards organization? HL7 Canada
    5. The first publication you commented/voted upon? PC/SC 1.0 and some related RFCs
    6. The first standard/implementation guide you participated in developing? RFC 3310
    7. The most influential/important standard you participated in developing? IHE Security Cookbook (hopefully) or HL7 PASS (also hopefully)

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