[SDLnews] ITU-T SDL+ Methodology document

Rick Reed rickreed at tseng.co.uk
Thu Jan 8 16:51:44 GMT 2015


Dear Colleagues,

I did not intend to send the email copied below to t13sg17q12 at lists.ITU.int and sdlnews at sdl-forum.org, but only members at sdl-forum.org.
The email with the MSWord document attached has not been resent to these lists.

You can ignore this email and the one copied below.

However, if you would like to review the ITU-T SDL+ Methodology document please contact me.

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Rick Reed - rickreed at tseng.co.uk
Tel:+44 15394 88462 Mob.:+44 7970 50 96 50


> On 8 Jan 2015, at 15:37, Rick Reed <rickreed at tseng.co.uk> wrote:
> 
> Dear Colleagues,
> 
> I have just (re)sent the email below to the same addresses as this email.
> 
> However, I am aware that email below may be blocked by some systems because of the MSWord document attachment and/or the size of the attachment.
> 
> Contact me if you want access to the document and have not received it attached to the previous email (allow time for it to arrive - some systems take a while to check such emails for viruses/spam).
> 
> Except for this paragraph, this email (and the email with the MSWord document attachment) was originally sent to members at sdl-forum.org <mailto:members at sdl-forum.org> on 18th December 2014.
> However, there was a fault in the way that the Plesk server had been setup at that time, after an update of Plesk by the hosting service (unlimitedwebhosting.co.uk <http://unlimitedwebhosting.co.uk/>),
> which had the effect that although the emails were put into the members at sdl-forum.org <mailto:members at sdl-forum.org> archive (at http://lists.sdl-forum.org/mailman/private/members/ <http://lists.sdl-forum.org/mailman/private/members/>) the emails were not distributed to list members.
> 
> --
> Rick Reed - rickreed at tseng.co.uk <mailto:rickreed at tseng.co.uk>
> Tel:+44 15394 88462 Mob.:+44 7970 50 96 50
> 
>> On 18 Dec 2014, at 10:44, Rick Reed <rickreed at tseng.co.uk <mailto:rickreed at tseng.co.uk>> wrote:
>> 
>> Dear Colleagues,
>> 
>> At the last SG17 meeting in September a revision of the SDL+ methodology document was presented.
>> 
>> This has been updated to reflect changes since the current document was published b ITU-T in May 1997.
>> 
>> This document is a Supplement to the Z series of “Recommendations” (ITU-T standards).
>> It is not normative, and is therefore not subject to the same approval procedure as a Recommendation.
>> Supplements are approved for publication by a meeting of the responsible ITU-T Study Group - SG17 in this case.
>> 
>> It was decided at the last SG17 meeting that the revised methodology document should allowed a period of review and comment before approval.
>> The next SG17 meeting is 8-17 April 2015, and the plan is to approve the document at that meeting.
>> 
>> You are therefore invited to review the document, which is attached and can also be found at:
>> 
>> <http://www.sdl-forum.org/members/Downloads/sg17/2013-2016/docs-dms/140917/td/plen/T13-SG17-140917-TD-PLEN-1278-E.htm <http://www.sdl-forum.org/members/Downloads/sg17/2013-2016/docs-dms/140917/td/plen/T13-SG17-140917-TD-PLEN-1278-E.htm>>
>> for SDL Forum Society members - member username/password needed.
>> 
>> <http://www.itu.int/md/meetingdoc.asp?lang=en&parent=T13-SG17-140917-TD-PLEN-1278 <http://www.itu.int/md/meetingdoc.asp?lang=en&parent=T13-SG17-140917-TD-PLEN-1278>>
>> for ITU TIES members - member username/password needed.
>> 
>> I am the editor for the document and you can send your comments to me, or to <t13sg17q12 at lists.ITU.int <mailto:t13sg17q12 at lists.ITU.int>> if you are a member of that list (for ITU-T Q12/17 - is the group for this work).
>> 
>> --
>> Rick Reed - rickreed at tseng.co.uk <mailto:rickreed at tseng.co.uk>
>> Tel:+44 15394 88462 Mob.:+44 7970 50 96 50
>> 
>> 
>> <T13-SG17-140917-TD-PLEN-1278!!MSW-E.docx>


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