I stirred up a big debate over the use of the word "imaging" versus
using "print, scan, fax". I should not have, but I did. (Now, I am on
everyone's "do not disturb" list. Oh well. )
But we seem to be trying to define everything by using the umbrella term
"imaging" when I feel that we should define and address "cloud" print"
first; then, scan and fax. Are there not better groups to define cloud
email and we should reference their work from our print spec. And Cloud
Transform is so big that we could never give it credit.
I know print (, scan, fax) is boring; good. Let's define it, be over
with it and go on.
From: Brian Smithson [mailto:bsmithson at ricohsv.com]
Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2011 1:36 PM
To: Petrie, Glen
Cc: Michael Sweet; cloud at pwg.org
Subject: Re: [Cloud] NIST cloud def is now an SP draft
I think I must have missed out on some big argument in the cloud group.
Sorry if I stepped on a hornet's nest. But since I have, my two cents is
that without things like email and (especially) transforms, cloud
really, really boring.
On 4/27/2011 1:21 PM, Petrie, Glen wrote:
> This was the reference Ira provided. It is about cloud computing. I
> did not find a reference to Cloud Imaging or print. This is the one I
> red-line as a possible definition for cloud printing.
>> So I assume the cloud printing definition below this is Brain's
> proposal. Interesting that email and transforms are now part of
> imaging. So, I guess Cloud Imaging will include everything.
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> Michael Sweet
> Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2011 12:42 PM
> To: Brian Smithson
> Cc: cloud at pwg.org> Subject: Re: [Cloud] NIST cloud def is now an SP draft
>> Thanks! Seems like we should definitely reference this in our model
> document, e.g.:
>> Cloud Imaging: Printing, scanning, copying, facsimile, email, and
> transformation of documents using a Cloud Computing infrastructure as
> defined by NIST Special Publication 800-145 [NISTCLOUD].
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