[Cloud] A problem with Cloud Imaging Design Requirements

[Cloud] A problem with Cloud Imaging Design Requirements

[Cloud] A problem with Cloud Imaging Design Requirements

Ira McDonald blueroofmusic at gmail.com
Mon May 9 21:15:13 UTC 2011


Hi,

Glen - correct me please if I'm all wet here...

On reflection, I think Glen's comment at the end of today's Cloud call about

delayed Design Requirements (in the individual IPP EW or MFD Svc specs),
was pointing out that our existing specs often have Design Requirements of
the form:

(a) Protocol <abc> must/should support an <xyz> operation...
OR
(b) Protocol <abc> must/should support a <fgh> feature or property...

That is, the target protocol (IPP Everywhere, MFD SOAP, etc.) receives
the requirement.

I suggest that, nonetheless, Cloud Imaging Model and Requirements
needs to have both Cloud-specific Use Cases and their derived Design
Requirements (written for abstract operations and features/properties).

Which raises another question.  Should the Cloud Imaging Model include
actual abstract operations (higher-level than current MFD Model spec)?
- These would get mapped to concrete operations in Cloud Print IPP
Binding and Cloud Print SOAP Binding.

I think the answer should be yes.

Cheers,
- Ira


Ira McDonald (Musician / Software Architect)
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