The End of JGPSSI & JIG-101

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Barbara Jorgensen
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The end
Barbara Jorgensen   8/7/2012 4:46:40 PM

I didn't know a lot about this standard until I read Michael's blog, but it sounded like it worked well as so many organizations supported it. Getting a lot of organization to agree to any kind of standard, as we can see, is nearly impossible. I hate to hear about associaitons disbanding, but if better stuff has come along, that's the progression of things.

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elctrnx_lyf   8/6/2012 8:23:12 PM

Why this standard is made obsolete now after the usage for last 6 years. Really surprising to me. I believe 62474 will take care of this gap and soon might become a default standard across many companies.

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