Scott (and everybody...)
I sent mail out a week or so ago about the procedure for clients
to determine what TCP port to use for connecting to an IPP
server. I received no negative comments and was wondering
about the possibility of including this text in the model
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Scott Isaacson [SMTP:SISAACSON at novell.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, October 15, 1997 4:07 PM
> To: cmanros at cp10.es.xerox.com; ipp at pwg.org> Subject: Re: IPP> ADM - Minutes from PWG IPP Phone Conference
>> Additional Note:
>> We discussed the need for ALL additional comments to be in the
> Suggested wording changes to the document using line numbers and
>> We will not get done if we continue to allow for vague, not written,
> comments about chanes, additions, or deletions. Proposals need to be
> rewrites of existing sections or written new sections with proposed
> placement within the document. All comments should be clarifications
> fixes to broken things, we are not allowing new functionality.
>>> >>> Carl-Uno Manros <cmanros at cp10.es.xerox.com> 10/15 4:31 PM >>>
> Minutes from PWG IPP Phone Conference 971015
>> Attending: Carl-Uno Manros
> Steve Zilles
> Tom Hastings
> Scott Isaacson
> Bob Herriot
> Ron Bergman
> Randy Turner
> Ira Mcdonald
> Patrick Powell
>> - Review and comments on proposed solutions and text to meet the IETF
>> Long and intensive discussion covering how many different sources you
> have for languages and how much flexibility is required in one
> request/response as well as associated with one printer or job object.
> of the major objectives was not to complicate the protocol encoding
> much. A solution was schetched up. It will be further refined and
> documented by Tom, Bob and Ira to go out on the DL early next week.
>> - How do we handle the definition of the application/ipp
>> Considering that we have now simplified some of the I18N solution, the
> specification of the application/ipp text should be fairly straight
> forward. Ira will update his earlier draft for inclusion as Appendix
> in the
> Model document.
>> - What do we do with the auto-sensing feature (see comments from Ned
>> The agreement was that the combination of a MIME type octet string
> in combination with the Fidelity attribute set to FALSE, would
> that the server would be allowed to try auto-sensing, if implemented.
> new MIME type is required with this solution, and no new attribute
> will be
> added. Tom to check out and update the text if needed.
>> - Comments on Don's revised Requirements draft.
>> No comments at this stage on Don's latest draft circulated a couple of
> ago. Instruct Don to pass the document on to the IETF ASAP. In worst
> we can issue yet another draft later.
>> - Stand of the Model & Semantics document?
>> Scott has just circulated another intermediate draft for comments. He
> expects to do further tidying up of references etc., while waiting for
> latest home work assignments to arrive. Steve has an outstanding home
> assignment on describing relationships between different sets of
> etc. Scott will need at least another week before being ready to send
> Model document out as new I-D. Plesase read latest draft and give
>> - Stand of the Rationale document?
>> Steve is still working on this. Expect to have the new draft out to
> the DL
> early next week.
>> - Can we keep the schedule outlined in last week's phone conference?
>> We are already delayed, the risk that we will not get ready this year
> now relatively high, but we should try to keep up the speed. New
> is to have all texts ready and sent to the IETF to start the WG last
> at the very latest before our next face-to-face meeting on October 29.
>> Next phone conference is next Wednesday as usual. I have a scheduling
> problem next week and may not be able to attend.
>> Carl-Uno Manros
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