Thank you Roger for the summary.
Additional information on Genericode deployment, incl. the New Zealand Education Sector and MXV (Model-driven XML Vocabulary) can be found at
Thanks Ken, Betty, Juerg, DW, and Tony for your excellent inputs!
Here's what I learned about who is using Genericode:
OASIS Universal Business Language (UBL) uses Genericode and you can find all the Genericode files here (click on any of the folders to see lots of Genericode files):
The National Archives and Record Administration (NARA) uses Genericode and you can find a description of how they are using it here:
The New Zealand Education Sector is using Genericode. (Juerg can you provide a URL to where people can get more information?)
There is a community developer list for users of Genericode at:
I looked through some of the list posts. Here are a few posts from people using Genericode:
Paul Spencer writes:
I have implemented over 50 bi-lingual (English / Arabic)
code lists for a government using genericode.
Linda van den Brink writes:
The Cadastre in the Netherlands is using Genericode
Jan Dvorak writes:
We just finished basic support for Genericode in the DataSink
project ( http://sf.net/projects/datasink/ ). Given a JDBC
ResultSet, DataSink saves it as a Genericode code list. It can
take several such ResultSets and put them as Genericode XML
files in a zip archive.
In an email to me, Tony Coates reports that FpML and by UN/CEFACT uses Genericode. (Tony can you provide URLs to where people can get more information?)
The current specification of OASIS Genericode 1.0 is at: