Posted on August 4, 2022 in ATSC News
There are currently two documents at TG3 ballot. Both close in August. Since the last issue of this newsletter, no new standards or recommended practices have been published on the ATSC.ORG web site. One item of note is a slight change in the way standards and RPs are listed on the web site. Up until a couple of months ago, the documents were listed in order by date, with the most recent version last. That seemed non-intuitive and so we have changed the document pages to put the most recent version first in the listing, followed by previous versions by date.
For example, see the listing for A/324 above. The current version is at the top, labeled “Download current version.” All previous versions are listed under the “Previous Versions” heading. It is important to keep previous versions publicly available so that implementers can see what was changed, when it was changed, and why it was changed. We hope this new presentation will make it easier for visitors to the web site to quickly find what they are looking for.
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