Player Data: Data Policy • Global Player Form Grading • Global Player IDs • Global Player Points
Bridge Standards Working Group
Norming. Members and participants are figuring out structures and working on formats.
To publish and maintain normative recommendations to benefit bridge players, organisations and businesses, which if adopted by the Bridge industry will become de facto standards.
What are Standards and why are they Important?
“*Standards form the fundamental building blocks for product development by establishing consistent protocols that can be universally understood and adopted. This helps fuel compatibility and interoperability and simplifies product development, and speeds time-to-market.”
Areas of interest as potential standards, which are focused on enabling reliable, frictionless data exchange between devices and machines.
- Text Formats
- System Notes
- Conventions Index
- Global Player IDs
- Global Player Points
- Global Player Form Grading
- Data Policy
- Governance (expected to morph into the Steering Group)
Participation is open to representatives of Bridge software providers, NBOs (National Bridge Organisations), RBOs (Regional Bridge Organisations), independent software developers, systems architects and experts in data, formats, protocols and standards.