I have two things on my mind:
1) Having several documents allows you to compare the progression the specifications made from time to time. That really helps to see the changes made from the beginning to end.
2) But more importantly, the CITP protocol specification thread (http://www.citp-protocol.org/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=3
) will always have a creation date of Sep 25, 2010. There is no way to see that the specs have been updated. So there is no indication for someone to download the new specs, since there is no information that the data has been revised. It appears to be old/outdated until you actually download them and have a look.The document was downloaded 8 times, although the number should be higher when you see the number of products that already support CITP. So it would be useful to see the creation date and version number for each specification document.