ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC34 N0xxx
ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC34/WG2 N156

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC34/WG2

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TITLE: Liaison from/to ITU-T SG17
SOURCE: Y. Komachi
PROJECT:
PROJECT EDITOR:
STATUS: Informal Liaison
ACTION: For information
DATE: 2004-04-10
DISTRIBUTION: SC34/WG2 and Liaisons
REFER TO: SC34 N0386, SC34/WG2 N119, SC34 N0425, SC34 N0463
REPLY TO: Dr. Yushi Komachi, ISO/IEC JTC1/SC34/WG2 Convener
Telephone: +81 3 5434 7053
Facsimile: +81 3 5445 3663
Email: komachi@y-adagio.com
SC34/WG2 Web: http://www.y-adagio.com/public/sc34wg2/index.htm

Mr. G. Ken Holman, ISO/IEC JTC1/SC34 Secretariat
Telephone: +1 613 489 0999
Facsimile: +1 613 489 0995
Email: jtc1sc34@scc.ca

Dr. James David Mason, ISO/IEC JTC1/SC34 Chairman
Telephone: +1 865 574 6973
Facsimile: +1 865 574 1896
Email: masonjd@y12.doe.gov
Web: http://www.y12.doe.gov/sgml/sc34/


Liaison from/to ITU-T SG17

After the Liaison (SC34 N0463) from/to ITU-T SG17, there were the following correspondences between ITU-T SG17 and SC34/WG2:

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From: <komachi at y-adagio com>
To: <asn1 at rd francetelecom com>
Cc: <340000 at itscj ipsj or jp>; <komachi at y-adagio com>; "Keisuke Kamimura" <kmmr at glocom ac jp>
Subject: [340000 452] Re: OID tree: modification of {iso(1) registration-authority(1) iso10036(10036)}
Date: 2004-02-04, 1:37

Dear webmaster,

Thank you for your information on modification of
{iso(1) registration-authority(1) iso10036(10036)}. I reviewed your info
and the associated webs.

I would like to propose a slight modification on your info; it should refer
to ISO/IEC 10036 Corr.2:2002 as well as the Corr.1:2001.

Regards,
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Yushi Komachi
Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd.
2-3-8 Shimomeguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo  153-8687 Japan
Phone +81 3 5434 7053,  Fax +81 3 5445 3663
Email  komachi at y-adagio com


----- Original Message ----- 
From: <asn1 at rd francetelecom com>
Sent: Friday, January 02, 2004 4:27 AM
Subject: OID tree: modification of {iso(1) registration-authority(1)
iso10036(10036)}

>You are in charge of the subtree which OID is
>    {iso(1) registration-authority(1) iso10036(10036)}
>in the international registration tree.
>
>The description of this OID has been updated as follows:
>  OID                     : {iso(1) registration-authority(1) iso10036(10036)}
>  Submitter               : Jerome SILVESTRE <mailto:pole.asn1@rd.francetelecom.com>
>  Description             : ISO/IEC 10036: 1996
>                            "Font information interchange -- Procedures for registration of font-related
>                             identifiers"
>  Information             : This International Standard specifies the procedures to be followed by the 
>                            Registration Authority in preparing, maintaining, and publishing registers 
>                            of identifiers which identify font-related objects. The purpose of these 
>                            registers is to provide a common reference source to be used in the creation
>                            and interchange of font resources.
>                            The registration process aims to be comprehensive, to assign unique and 
>                            unambiguous identifiers, and to avoid changes in identifiers over time.
>                            
>                            More information can be found in 
>                            <a href="http://www.iso.ch/iso/en/CatalogueDetailPage.CatalogueDetail?CSNUMBER=24744&ICS1=35&ICS2=240&ICS3=30">
>                            ISO/IEC 10036</a> and at 
>                            <a href="http://media.glocom.ac.jp/kmmr/10036/">
>                            Registration Authority for ISO/IEC 10036 Font-Related Objects</a>.
>                            
>                            <a href="http://asn1.elibel.tm.fr/oid/doc/iso-10036.htm">
>                            More information regarding the illegal use of the withdrawn <tt>
>                            {iso(1) registration-authority(1)}</tt> arc</a> (received from 
>                            <a href="mailto:komachi@y-adagio.com">Yushi Komachi</a>). When republishing 
>                            the ITU-T Rec. X.660 | ISO/IEC 9834 series, ITU-T SG17 decided at its September 
>                            2003 Plenary meeting to reinstate the arc since it was used in International >Standards.
>  Registrant              : Registration Authority for ISO/IEC 10036 Font-Related Objects
>  Address                 : c/o Centre for Global Communications
>                            International University of Japan
>                            Harks Roppongi Bldg. 2F, 6-15-21 Roppongi
>                            Minato-ku, Tokyo, 106-0032
>                            Japan
>                            
>                            See the website of <a href="http://media.glocom.ac.jp/kmmr/10036/">
>                            Registration Authority for ISO/IEC 10036 Font-Related Objects</a>.
>                            See also 
>                            <A HREF="http://www.iso.ch/iso/en/CatalogueDetailPage.CatalogueDetail?CSNUMBER=35280&ICS1=35&ICS2=240&ICS3=30">
>                            ISO/IEC 10036:1996 - Corr.1:2001</a>
>                            The decision is recorded in <a href="/oid/doc/6n12002.pdf">SC6 N 12002</a>.
>  Registrant email        : mailto:regist-10036@glocom.ac.jp
>  Registrant tel          : +81-3-5411-6681
>  Registrant fax          : +81-3-5412-7111
>  First registrant        : Association for Font Information Interchange 
>  First registrant address: Post Office Box 33683
>                            Northglenn, Colorado 80233-0683
>  First registrant email  : afii@ix.netcom.com
>  First registrant tel    : +1 303 924-7670
>  First registrant fax    : +1 303 451-5475
>
>
> To obtain information about this node, you can also have a look at its associated webpage:
> http://oid.elibel.tm.fr/1.1.10036
>
> Please note that this email was not issued by an official registration authority but by a software that
> manages an OID repository (i.e., a freely-accessible database of information about object identifiers).
> The only purpose is to keep you informed that information about you was updated in the database.
>
> If you do not understand this automatically-generated e-mail, you can obtain more information about the
> OID repository at:
> http://oid.elibel.tm.fr/
>
> Otherwise, feel free to contact the webmaster (mailto:asn1 at rd francetelecom com).
>

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