2005.05.25 19:57 "Re: [Tiff] tiff subsets", by Antoine
Meanwhile, in private mail, ATA2100 turned out to be a specifcation apparently widely used in airline documentation systems and similar domains (trains, etc..., so probably freight or traffic related).
The spec costs about $2000 dollars, and allthough Antoine was indeed talking about the TIFF section over at www.awaresystems.be (I wasn't being self-centered ;-)), it seems clear there is no desire for the spec owners to allow public documentation, even if I should find the time and allot this priority.
I have a nasty habit of clicking reply instead of reply all...
And no, not only is there no chance of them publishing it, forget even getting the info on tiff (for personal use) without forking out the $2000. The head of publishing is obviously incompetent if she needs to charge $2000 usd to recoup costs... she says they are non-profit but someone is definitely profiting!