On Apr 19, 2011, at 4:59 PM, Brian Smithson wrote:
> Some comments:
> Line 18: There is a plethora of document editors, not all of whom are listed here.
> Line 26: Should we have a link to the IDS section of the PWG wiki?
> Lines 35-36: IEEE 2600-2008 and its brethren do address HCD services that that don't immediately involve a local user (for examples: storage/retrieval on an MFP's document server, or sending a fax from a PC client through an MFP). I'm not sure what to suggest as replacement text.
> Footnote 1: Is it more modern to use the term "Image Character Recognition" rather than "Optical..." (since optics may not be involved)? Or is it better to just use the term that is more widely used (and understood?). I don't know...
> Lines 39 and 40: No need to put quote marks around Cloud (unless you're being sarcastic ;-) ).
> Lines 40-42: That last sentence should be more specific, such as by appending "...in a Cloud Computing environment".
> Line 48: To account for the trend toward continuous monitoring and not just log aggregation, could we reword as follows: "deployed in enterprise and government environments to provide continuous monitoring and analysis of security-related ...".
> Lines 56-57: Slightly better wording, I think: "Hardcopy devices... have not been widely integrated into these new assessment protocol schemes, in part because there is no standardized set...".
> Is it premature to mention IEEE 2600.1 supporting documents, even vaguely, in the IDS charter?
Based on SC review, the answer for #9 is no since that is future work.
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