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Standards Development Public Reviews

It is GS1’s policy to make it's standards available on a royalty-free basis to the fullest extent possible. Therefore, if you wish to make a contribution to the standard, you will have to sign a so-called “Non-member Contribution Declaration Form”. For more information on the GS1 Intellectual Property Policy and the related forms, please see here.

  • These documents are drafts, work in progress and NOT the final GS1 standards. These documents are for review only and are provided "as is”. GS1 does not make any representation or warranty, express or implied, including, but not limited to, warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose or use, non-infringement, or title; that the contents of the document are suitable for specific purposes; nor that the implementation of such contents will not infringe any third party patents, copyrights, trademarks or other rights. Furthermore, GS1 assumes no liability whatsoever for any inadvertent errors or omissions that may appear in the document. In no event shall GS1 be liable for any direct, indirect, special or consequential damages arising out of any use of the document or the performance or implementation of the contents thereof.
  • If the document is still in public review, please be aware that the standard development process is in progress and intellectual property rights issues could occur any time. The document itself cannot infringe patent rights, but the implementation thereof can. So, if you use the draft of the standard, you will do so at your own risk. You are encouraged to provide feedback, but you should consult with your own attorneys, and form your own conclusions concerning implementability and possible infringement of third party rights. If the document is no longer in public review, then please refer to the final standard if you intend to implement the standard.
  • It is GS1’s policy to make it's standards available on a royalty-free basis to the fullest extent possible. Therefore, if you wish to make a contribution to the standard, you will have to sign a so-called “Non-member Contribution Declaration Form”. For more information on the GS1 Intellectual Property Policy and the related forms, please see here.

The GS1 Digital Link Standard Public Review Draft was first posted on 17 June 2019 and ran until 22 July 2019 the Community Review Comments 2019-8-15 were made available after the completion of the review.

  • These documents are drafts, work in progress and NOT the final GS1 standards. These documents are for review only and are provided "as is”. GS1 does not make any representation or warranty, express or implied, including, but not limited to, warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose or use, non-infringement, or title; that the contents of the document are suitable for specific purposes; nor that the implementation of such contents will not infringe any third party patents, copyrights, trademarks or other rights. Furthermore, GS1 assumes no liability whatsoever for any inadvertent errors or omissions that may appear in the document. In no event shall GS1 be liable for any direct, indirect, special or consequential damages arising out of any use of the document or the performance or implementation of the contents thereof.
  • If the document is still in public review, please be aware that the standard development process is in progress and intellectual property rights issues could occur any time. The document itself cannot infringe patent rights, but the implementation thereof can. So, if you use the draft of the standard, you will do so at your own risk. You are encouraged to provide feedback, but you should consult with your own attorneys, and form your own conclusions concerning implementability and possible infringement of third party rights. If the document is no longer in public review, then please refer to the final standard if you intend to implement the standard.
  • It is GS1’s policy to make it's standards available on a royalty-free basis to the fullest extent possible. Therefore, if you wish to make a contribution to the standard, you will have to sign a so-called “Non-member Contribution Declaration Form”. For more information on the GS1 Intellectual Property Policy and the related forms, please see here.

The GSMP Scan4Transport Standard Public Review Draft was first posted on 8 October 2020 and ran until 28 October 2020, the comments will be made available after the group has had a chance to review.

  • These documents are drafts, work in progress and NOT the final GS1 standards. These documents are for review only and are provided "as is”. GS1 does not make any representation or warranty, express or implied, including, but not limited to, warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose or use, non-infringement, or title; that the contents of the document are suitable for specific purposes; nor that the implementation of such contents will not infringe any third party patents, copyrights, trademarks or other rights. Furthermore, GS1 assumes no liability whatsoever for any inadvertent errors or omissions that may appear in the document. In no event shall GS1 be liable for any direct, indirect, special or consequential damages arising out of any use of the document or the performance or implementation of the contents thereof.
  • If the document is still in public review, please be aware that the standard development process is in progress and intellectual property rights issues could occur any time. The document itself cannot infringe patent rights, but the implementation thereof can. So, if you use the draft of the standard, you will do so at your own risk. You are encouraged to provide feedback, but you should consult with your own attorneys, and form your own conclusions concerning implementability and possible infringement of third party rights. If the document is no longer in public review, then please refer to the final standard if you intend to implement the standard.
  • It is GS1’s policy to make it's standards available on a royalty-free basis to the fullest extent possible. Therefore, if you wish to make a contribution to the standard, you will have to sign a so-called “Non-member Contribution Declaration Form”. For more information on the GS1 Intellectual Property Policy and the related forms, please see here.

GS1 Digital Link: Resolution and GS1 Digital Link: URI Syntaxwere first posted on 2 November 2020 and ran until 30 November 2020, the comments will be made available after the group has had a chance to review.

  • These documents are drafts, work in progress and NOT the final GS1 standards. These documents are for review only and are provided "as is”. GS1 does not make any representation or warranty, express or implied, including, but not limited to, warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose or use, non-infringement, or title; that the contents of the document are suitable for specific purposes; nor that the implementation of such contents will not infringe any third party patents, copyrights, trademarks or other rights. Furthermore, GS1 assumes no liability whatsoever for any inadvertent errors or omissions that may appear in the document. In no event shall GS1 be liable for any direct, indirect, special or consequential damages arising out of any use of the document or the performance or implementation of the contents thereof.
  • If the document is still in public review, please be aware that the standard development process is in progress and intellectual property rights issues could occur any time. The document itself cannot infringe patent rights, but the implementation thereof can. So, if you use the draft of the standard, you will do so at your own risk. You are encouraged to provide feedback, but you should consult with your own attorneys, and form your own conclusions concerning implementability and possible infringement of third party rights. If the document is no longer in public review, then please refer to the final standard if you intend to implement the standard.
  • It is GS1’s policy to make it's standards available on a royalty-free basis to the fullest extent possible. Therefore, if you wish to make a contribution to the standard, you will have to sign a so-called “Non-member Contribution Declaration Form”. For more information on the GS1 Intellectual Property Policy and the related forms, please see here.

GS1 DL Semantics Com Rev clean and GS1 DL Compression Com Rev clean were first posted on 4 December 2020 and ran until 18 December 2020, the comments will be made available after the group has had a chance to review.

  • These documents are drafts, work in progress and NOT the final GS1 standards. These documents are for review only and are provided "as is”. GS1 does not make any representation or warranty, express or implied, including, but not limited to, warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose or use, non-infringement, or title; that the contents of the document are suitable for specific purposes; nor that the implementation of such contents will not infringe any third party patents, copyrights, trademarks or other rights. Furthermore, GS1 assumes no liability whatsoever for any inadvertent errors or omissions that may appear in the document. In no event shall GS1 be liable for any direct, indirect, special or consequential damages arising out of any use of the document or the performance or implementation of the contents thereof.
  • If the document is still in public review, please be aware that the standard development process is in progress and intellectual property rights issues could occur any time. The document itself cannot infringe patent rights, but the implementation thereof can. So, if you use the draft of the standard, you will do so at your own risk. You are encouraged to provide feedback, but you should consult with your own attorneys, and form your own conclusions concerning implementability and possible infringement of third party rights. If the document is no longer in public review, then please refer to the final standard if you intend to implement the standard.
  • It is GS1’s policy to make it's standards available on a royalty-free basis to the fullest extent possible. Therefore, if you wish to make a contribution to the standard, you will have to sign a so-called “Non-member Contribution Declaration Form”. For more information on the GS1 Intellectual Property Policy and the related forms, please see here.

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GLN DataModel Code Values ComRev and GLN Data Model Solution Standard Community Review were first posted on 28 June 2021. The UML Class Diagram is for reference only for the two documents in review. The public review will run from 28 June 2021 until 26 July 2021.