There is a new protocol document available at:
this document supercedes the draft-turner-ipp-trans-develop-00 document.
you can also access the main IETF page concerning IPP, with the latest
and of course the PWG home page at http://www.pwg.org/
Peter Michalek wrote:
> I just subscribed to this mailing list 2 days ago and would like some
> basic information:
>> I read the documents:
> HTTP 1.1 as a Transport for the Internet Printing Protocol
> Requirements for an Internet Printing Protocol:
> Internet Printing Protocol - Level 1 (Simple Web Printing Protocol):
>> PWG IPP Charter
> RFC1867: Form-based File Upload in HTML
> RFC1179: Line Printer Daemon Protocol
> RFC1759: Printer MIB
>> and also the FAQ posted at www.pwg.org.
> I am thinking of starting to design and implement a basic version of
> but I am not sure if this is good timing (since the protocols design
> not finished) or if maybe there already is a basic implementation that
> could use.
>> Could someone answer these questions for me:
>> * Are there additional documents or information related to ipp other
> those at www.pwg.org?
> * Do you hold any face-to-face meetings that I could attend in the Bay
> * Are your phone conferences accessible for me?
> * Is there some reference implementation that is publicly available or
>> that someone is selling?
> * Do you think it's worth-while starting to implement IPP at this
> * What's ipp pwg's take on SWP from MS and HP? Would that perhaps be a
>> good candidate for a first implementation of IPP since it's simple?
> * is ISO 10175 available on the Web?
>> I'd be thankful for any info.
> Peter Michalek, ShineSoft Systems
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