Talk:ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 22
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I am an editor affiliated with ISO/IEC JTC 1 and the American National Standards Institute who has made significant edits to this article. I have added the sections "History," "Scope and mission," and "Collaborations," and expanded the sections "Working groups," and "Published standards." I have also updated the section "Member countries" to the most current list of participating and observing countries. I am aware of Wikipedia's policies and guidelines, particularly the COI guideline, and have done my best to follow them as strictly as possible. I would greatly appreciate any feedback or comments to help improve this article.
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