Your statement maybe true, but I think your statement aligns with what I said in my previous msg, the differences between cloud and non-cloud scenarios lie primarily in the "non-print-operation" realm. The print functionality a cloud user might want to see would be the same, but the cloud is usually in a different security realm (or domain) with different access and authorization policies.
It may be that the issues we need to address with cloud printing are not printing issues at all, but rather, AAA (authentication, authorization, etc.)
On Aug 27, 2012, at 11:49 AM, "larryupthegrove" <larryupthegrove at comcast.net> wrote:
>> I am feeling like we are going in circles on the requirements issue. I have attempted to put the requirements in a bulleted list.
>> As an end user and print system designer, my opinion is cloud printing is not existing print systems located in the cloud. This is because users can connect to the cloud print provider directly without authenticating to the system hosting the printer.
>> Larry Upthegrove
>>>>>>ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/cloud/white/Discussion of Cloud printing requirements.docx
>>ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/cloud/white/Discussion of Cloud printing requirements.pdf
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