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Re: FedoraLibraries: ISSN Registration

The ISSN sounds like you'd want to use it, but it is generally applied to items where the title is the same, but the contents are completely different each month, like Red Hat Magazine for example.

It's common practice for software to use an ISBN for software, even when it revises rapidly, since the versions are considered revisions against the initial core. You can use them in combination, of course. There is a cost for ISBNs, though, and you have to pay when you revise, and send a copy of the newly revised product.

You can get it available for library order either way, the ISBN is closer to a standard practice.


On 3/26/06, Paul Stauffer < paulds bu edu> wrote:
On Sun, Mar 26, 2006 at 07:21:29PM +0200, Chitlesh GOORAH wrote:
> -- Please do not forget to send it  together with a sample issue of
> the serial: what serial ?

serial = periodical = a thing published on a regular schedule

Sounds like they want a copy of the FC5 DVD sent along with the application.

- Paul

Paul Stauffer <paulds bu edu>
Manager of Research Computing
Computer Science Department
Boston University

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