Steve:
This is the model for UTC document numbering from now on:
UTC # (ccyy-mm-dd/ccyy-mm-dd) -
Example: UTC #68 (1996-03-08) - 5
This is the number of the UTC meeting at which this document was
distributed.
(ccyy-mm-dd/ccyy-mm-dd)
This is the date of the UTC meeting identified by "". It is
defined as "(ccyy-mm-dd/ccyy-mm-dd)" to allow for the case where a UTC
meeting is scheduled for more than one day. Normally, "/ccyy-mm-dd"
will not apply.
Include the full year. Zero pad months and days that are one digit
long.
The example shows a one day UTC.
For each UTC, start with "1". Do *not* zero-pad the running number.
You might like to arrange things so that regularly-appearing documents
always get the same running number, e.g.,
1 = Agenda for this meeting
2 = Minutes from immediately preceding UTC
-- Joan
p.s. I will use this number for the agenda of UTC #68:
UTC #68 (1996-03-08) - 1