2015/08/07     來源:NISO閱讀原文

NISO Launches New Project to Develop XML Standard for Producing Standards Documents
Interested participants from digital publishing and standards development and management organizations are encouraged to contact NISO.
Baltimore, MD - August 5, 2015 - The National Information Standards Organization (NISO) voting members have approved a new project to standardize the ISO Standard Tag Set (ISOSTS) in line with JATS (ANSI/NISO Z39.96-2012 JATS: Journal Article Tag Suite) for application by standards development organizations (SDOs) and use in the standards ecosystem. In the process of formalizing ISO STS-a variant of JATS-as an ANSI/NISO standard, this new NISO initiative, NISO STS, will support input from many organizations that have begun to use it in their own publication production processes. 
"There are currently several DTDs used for tagging standard-type information based on JATS and a number of other independently developed DTDs. This variation impedes interoperability across standards and inhibits collaboration between our organizations," states Robert Wheeler, Director, Publishing Technologies, ASME, one of the project proposers. "ISOSTS is one of these JATS derivatives, created in 2011 by ISO, the International Organization for Standardization. The DTD and documentation have been openly available and used by a number of ISO members. It will be beneficial to all standards stakeholders to have the standards community collectively contribute to this new standard based on ISOSTS."...more