I have posted an updated Common Use Cases draft for tomorrow's Cloud Imaging telecon at:
The updated draft DOES NOT address all of the discussions we've had since the face-to-face, and in particular I have not converted any of the more complex use cases to scenarios yet.
In order to make some constructive progress on this document, I would like to do the following:
1. Revisit our discussions about focusing on the broad scenarios - after spending a great deal of time trying to come up with a broad printing scenario that included all of the use cases I came to the conclusion that such a scenario is too confusing to be useful.
2. Read through the MFD Requirements use cases. They are here:
I still like the idea of having a framework that encompasses a high-level use case ("select a printer") along with specific example/concrete use cases ("select the last used printer", "select a printer using a directory service", etc.) - there the high-level use case is not overly broad and can be used to build specific scenarios. I also think the MFD Requirements use cases can form the basis of our "generic" scenarios.
Michael Sweet, Senior Printing System Engineer, PWG Chair
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