I think this reflects the last conference call, with a few little
exceptions. The legend is a good idea.
1. My understanding is that all Cloud Print Service/Cloud Print
Manager lines should be arrowed.
2. Capabilities (which may be dynamic) were grouped with status, which
needs to be supported in the Cloud Print Service/Cloud Print Manager
interface. Perhaps they do not need to be included in printer registration.
I suggest that whatever in the Cloud Print Provider handles printer
registration must also communicate with the Cloud Print Service to obtain
the status/configuration information.
Depending on what we settle with, this diagram will need a lot of text
Thanks for posting this.
From: larryupthegrove [mailto:larryupthegrove at comcast.net]
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