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Re: 2001 Report on ICSTI

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  • Subject: Re: 2001 Report on ICSTI
  • From: Brian McMahon <bm@iucr.org>
  • Date: Wed, 22 May 2002 10:58:42 +0100 (BST)
Howard

Looks fine to me. I note that you don't report attendance at the ICSU/UNESCO
"Electronic Publishing in Science" meeting in Paris (Feb 2001). Perhaps this
will go in the EPC report, but I'm sure it should be recorded somewhere.

<P>
> Progress on the IUPAC-CODATA-ICSTI project on the Standardization of
> Physico-Chemical Property Electronic Datafiles (IUCODIX) ...
>
> an appropriate resolving mechanism in the way that CROSSLINK coupled to
> DOIs (Digital Object Identifiers) operates for locating electronic
> journal articles.

That should be CrossRef, of course. A URL (www.crossref.org) might be useful
here.

Best wishes
Brian

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