scsi-1 final draft on the web yes
lohmeyer at t10.org
Thu May 20 10:07:43 PDT 2004
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* John Lohmeyer <lohmeyer at t10.org>
While I have included the ASCII version of SCSI-1 on the T10 ftp site for historical reasons, you should be careful about citing it. SCSI-1 was superseded by SCSI-2, so it is no longer an ANSI standard. The INCITS Secretariat requested that I not provide links to obsolete standards on the T10 web site. Instead, they want me to direct people to contact them, which I have done at:
I believe that if someone actually needed a hard copy of SCSI-1, INCITS could sell them a copy. The only reasons I could think of for needing a copy of SCSI-1 would be some sort of legal issue or someone who is nearly as big a pack rat as I am. :-)
By the way, the s1-r17b.txt file has a 1995 date on my PC -- I think it is much older than that, however. Probably 1985.
At 5/20/2004 10:32 AM, Pat LaVarre wrote:
>> Subject: mt fuji found where
>> SCSI-1 Final Draft
>Offline kindly I'm told this plain text version beats some of its
>competition circulating thru portions of the web not visible in Google.
>This is the first openly available copy I remember discovering.
>Naturally I look forward to being able to cite SCSI 1 as a reference
>even for people who do not possess the final hardcopy. Kudos to t10.org
>for making this historically significant document available, kudos to
>bswd.com for finding it.
>I notice http://t10.org/scsi-3.htm doesn't yet include this link.
>Instead that telling of the story of SCSI dies, unfinished though not
>plainly so, after mentioning SCSI-2 and CAM.
>I wonder how long ago t10.org made this draft available.
>> if you have comments on this page contact John Lohmeyer
>bc: John Lohmeyer Email of t10.org/mailjbl.htm
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