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I think this article should be a part of the main article, not a stand alone. Someone that knows how to do it should append this to the main article and redirect from this articles to the main article.
I expected a "usage" article to focus on ISO 8601 adoption statistics in various countries, like a more data-based version of Date and time notation by country. I agree that this list of related standards should be merged into the ISO 8601 article and this page should be deleted. --GlenPeterson (talk) 15:40, 18 March 2010 (UTC)
I am bemused that an article about the method and desirability of establishing a worldwide standard format for dates contains within its text such non-8601-compliant expressions as "current third edition published on 3 December 2004" and "the Gregorian calendar of 20 May 1875". Perhaps the authors and editors are fans of irony.