Concept system as a register
Glossarist treats concept system as an ISO/TC 211 register, where each register item represents a concept.
The idea behind treating concept systems as registers is to benefit from standardized workflows for managing standardized data.
A person working with Glossarist’s concept system would generally fall into one of the following categories:
Person or entity responsible for handling and reviewing change requests. An external group of experts (control body) can be involved in the decision, but that is not currently handled by Glossarist.
Organizations or person who proposes changes to concept defintions and accepted terms.
People who are looking for accepted terms or their meaning, such as readers or authors of standards and specifications.
Registry manager 
The entity tasked with maintaining the infrastructure on which register data is stored
Change request workflow
To ensure reliable state of data, edits made to concepts and terms are reviewed by register manager.
A contributor is able to edit concepts or terms, and group their updates into a change request.
Change request is reviewed by concept system manager and potentially accepted.
Manager’s acceptance of a proposed revision creates a new record in concept’s revision history.