IPP> MOD - URGENT: Ok to call 2nd printer uri: "printer-map

IPP> MOD - URGENT: Ok to call 2nd printer uri: "printer-map

IPP> MOD - URGENT: Ok to call 2nd printer uri: "printer-map

don at lexmark.com don at lexmark.com
Wed Dec 17 12:55:37 EST 1997


If I were to see "printer-map-uri" I would assume I could point my browser
at thar uri and see were the printer is located on a MAP!!


What about being real straight-forward and calling it one of the following:


TLS-Printer-uri
Printer-TLS-uri


Actually, secure-printer-uri is exactly what is says it is and printer-uri
says
nothing about security.  I'm not opposed to calling it what it is and
living with
the implications of that.


Don




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Subject:  IPP> MOD - URGENT: Ok to call 2nd printer uri: "printer-map-uri"?








In Washington and before, there has been discussion that calling
the second uri, "printer-secure-uri" makes it sound like the first
"printer-uri" is not secure.  So we've been searching for a better
term.
Scott and Steve came up with the term (drum roll):
   "Mutual Authentication and Privacy (MAP).
So ok to call the second uri Printer attribute: "printer-map-uri"?
It will be put right after the first uri: "printer-uri" secion
4.4.2 in the Model document.
SEND COMMENTS TO DL, SO WE CAN FORWARD THE INTERNET-DRAFT THIS WEEK
TO THE IESG.
Thanks,
Tom



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