Electronic Information


T10 Working Drafts Online

The T10 web site is at:
http://www.t10.org/

There is also a T10 mirror site (maintained by Roger Cummings) at:
http://www.t11.org/t10/

You can obtain unapproved/unpublished T10 Working Drafts online by clicking here if you are viewing this with your Web browser.

T10 members can access published T10 Working Drafts using the t10member ftp account. T10 members can have the current password for this account sent to them by email using the http://www.t10.org/members/pswdhelp.htm URL.

T10 members can also set up personal mirror sites of T10.org by following the directions available at:
http://www.t10.org/mirror.htm/


Web Sites

You may find these Web sites useful:

http://www.incits.org/ [InterNational Committee for Information Technology Stanadards (NCITS)]
http://www.ansi.org/ [American National Standards Institute (ANSI)]
http://www.iso.org/iso/jtc1_home.html [Joint Technical Committee 1 (JTC 1)]
http://webstore.ansi.org/FindStandards.aspx?Action=displaydept&DeptID=10&Acro=INCITS&DpName=INCITS%20%28ITI%29:%20Information%20Technology%20%28includes%20INCITS,%20INCITS/ISO,%20and%20INCITS/ISO/IEC%29 [ANSI eStandards Store]
http://www.techstreet.com/incits [Thomson Reuters Techstreet]
http://global.ihs.com/ [Global Engineering Documents]
http://www.ietf.org/mail-archive/web/ietf-announce/current/msg04239.html [IP Storage (iSCSI)]
http://www.t11.org/ [T11 Technical Committee (Fibre Channel, HIPPI, IPI, SBCON)]
http://www.t13.org/ [T13 Technical Committee (ATA & ATAPI)]
http://www.scsita.org [SCSI Trade Association (STA)]
http://www.sffcommittee.com [SFF Committee]
http://www.sata-io.org/ [Serial ATA International Organization]
http://www.fibrechannel.org [Fibre Channel Industry Association (a trade association)]
http://www.1394ta.org/ [IEEE 1394 Trade Association]
http://www.cmpcmm.com/cc/standards.html [Pointers to Computer and Communications Standards]


I/O Interface Reflectors (mailing lists)

The following table lists information about several electronic mailing lists that you can "join". These lists are often called reflectors because mail sent to one address gets 'reflected' to everyone on the list.

               Subscribe/                                       majordomo/
Reflector      Unsubscribe             Broadcast to             listserv
Name           Address                 Reflector                keyword
-------------  ----------------------- ------------------------ --------------
T10            majordomo@t10.org       t10@t10.org              t10
T13            (See subscribe tab at www.t13.org)
IEEE P1394     majordomo@majordomo.    stds-1394@ieee.org       stds-1394
               ieee.org
T11.2          mailto:t11_2-subscribe@ t11_2@mail.t11.org       t11_2
               listserve.com
T11.3          mailto:t11_3-subscribe@ t11_3@mail.t11.org       t11_3
               listserve.com
IPS            ips-request@ece.cmu.    ips@ece.cmu.edu          ips
               edu

All of the majordomo and listserv reflectors are automatic. To subscribe or unsubscribe, send a message to the subscribe/unsubscribe address with a line in the message body (not the subject line) of the following format:

command reflector_name [your_email_address]

NOTE: On the reflectors using majordomo, your email address is optional. If you include it and it doesn't match the address in the email headers, there will be a delay while humans verify your email address.

examples:

subscribe   t10
subscribe   t10 person@company.com
unsubscribe t10
unsubscribe t10 person@company.com
help
lists

Automatic link to subscribe to the T10 Reflector:
mailto:majordomo@t10.org?subject=subscribe&body=subscribe%20t10

The T11.n reflectors use a different reflector manager. Use the following automatic links to subscribe:

mailto:t11_2-request@mail.t11.org?subject=subscribe
mailto:t11_3-request@mail.t11.org?subject=subscribe
If these links do not work automatically for you, send an email to t11_2-request@mail.t11.org or t11_3-request@mail.t11.org with a Subject line that consists only of the word subscribe.

The other reflectors are managed by humans who are a little less picky about the request format, but not quite as prompt. Please include your name, email address, phone, and fax numbers in the message body for the human-managed reflectors.

Archives of many of these reflectors are available for anonymous ftp from ftp.t10.org in the /email/* directories.

A facility to search the T10 Reflector archieves is available at: http://www.t10.org/t10r.htm


(This page was last updated 2013/11/12)

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