Micras Organisation for Standardisation
|Micras Organisation for Standardisation|
|- Secretary-General||Benebatch Cumberdict|
|- Deputy Secretary-General||Jill Yong|
|- Main assembly||General Committee|
|Membership||19 member states|
The Micras Organisation for Standardisation is an international organisation founded in Acquecalde, Sanama in 1680. Its stated goal is to promote worldwide proprietary, industrial and commercial standards. Adoption of its proposed standards is strictly voluntary. The organisation is incorporated as a non-profit under Sanaman law. Following the Sanaman Civil War and the secession of Cisamarra, the organisation relocated to Brigham outside Niyi.
- Akhidia: Naval National University (South Akhidia)
- Batavia: Royal Julius Civilis University
- Benacian Union: Benacian Academy
- Çakaristan: University of Akbarabad
- Calbion: Princely University of Pentyre
- Cisamarra: Ministry of the Interior
- Constancia: Office of National Standards, Imperial Chancellery, Office of the Autokrator
- Dark Berry Islands: DBI Standardisation Authority
- Etzeland: Federal Statistics Office
- Great Apollonian Empire: Ministry of Truth, Ecclesiastical Academy of Pentapolis
- Highpass: Office of Conformity
- Hurmu: Standardisation Bureau
- Meckelnburgh: Department of Standardization, Ministry of Commerce
- Mercury: National Institute for Standardisation and Harmonisation, Ministry of Science and Research
- Mondosphere: Ermingander Village Library
- Natopia: Natopian Independent Committee for Standardization, Imperial Chancellery of Natopia
- Nouvelle Alexandrie: Bureau of Federal Standardization, Department of Interior
- Port Balaine: Office of Weight & Measurements, Ministry of Development
- Ransenar: Bureau of Standards and Measurements, Ministry of State
- Sanama: Standards, Weights and Measurements Directorate
- Senya: National Institute of Industrial and Practical Standards
- Shireroth: Commission for Rites and Citizenship
- South Sea Islands: Government of the South Sea Islands
- Steerswick: Steerish Statistics Authority
- Zeed: Committee for All-Union Standards in the Union of the Republics of Zeed
MOS–1: Two-letter country codes
MOS–2: Three-letter country codes
MOS–3: Internet country top-level domains
- Option 1: Nijima system (e.g. @@nat/edu/usf/bagelston) - benefit: reuses FMF codes, detriment: not as secure as Option 2
- Option 2: Panopticon-monitoring data carrying network (e.g. merensk_node/kernel65/adjunct9/SEG.ugb) - benefit: data security, detriment: access hierarchical and data heavily partitioned
- Option 3: "Terran" system (e.g. bagelston.edu.na) - benefit: ubiquity, detriment: insecure by default
MOS–4: Currency codes
Norton calendar, notation DD.MM.YYYY, with months written in Roman numerals, all other in Arabic numerals. Names of months not used for international purposes. Each real month is one Norton year, written AN. Norton and Gregorian calendars should not be mixed. Use of the Norton calendar does not conflict with use of the Gregorian calendar for sports.
Coordinated Micras Time: Time zones. Time using a 24-hour clock of 60 minutes (each minute 60 seconds long).
Work in progress.
Work in progress.
The Micras equivalents of many Terran languages can be found here: Micras Linguistic Society/Language_families. If a language isn't listed, link to Wikipedia with a different display language, for example:
[[wikipedia:Sorbian language|Nerlidian language]].
MOS–10 Recwar Regulation
Work in progress.
A common framework for in character economy simulation. Work in progress.