Talk:ISO/IEC 15288

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More Improvements[edit]

I've started updating this page by adding some ISO 15288 references. The list of processes is incomplete and could be made clearer by adding a matrix graphic of the 25 processes. I'll work on this when I get time to create a non proprietary image suitable for inclusion in wikipedia.

I would also suggest that this page describe ISO 15288 in the context of other standards and applications. I'll dig up a non proprietary copy of the standards quagmire which puts all the related standards in context. (leftbrainstuff (talk) 14:45, 1 February 2012 (GMT +9.5))


ISO 15288 is an International Standard which is controlled and edited the way written documents have been controlled and edited for centuries. I would like to suggest that this article is a good place to collate inputs from the Systems Engineering community to improve 15288 and make its development more thorough and consensual. It might aid both editors and users of the standards alike. (Socraticsausage (talk) 05:56, 2 October 2008 (UTC))

2015 updates[edit]

The list of processes is not complete, especially not considering the 2015 updates. But I don't know of any non-proprietary sources. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 12:32, 30 December 2015 (UTC)