IPP> Re: IFX> Re: New internet draft: 'draft-ietf-roamops-phonebook-xml-02.txt'

IPP> Re: IFX> Re: New internet draft: 'draft-ietf-roamops-phonebook-xml-02.txt'

IPP> Re: IFX> Re: New internet draft: 'draft-ietf-roamops-phonebook-xml-02.txt'

Richard Shockey rshockey at ix.netcom.com
Fri Oct 29 22:13:56 EDT 1999

At 04:45 PM 10/29/1999 -0700, Randy Bush wrote:
> > Basically I am suggesting that future definitions of "contact info" for
> > internet protocols and standards should include the "print-to" URL.  Why
> > not?
>i would ask rather why is it *necessary*?
>i reverse the question because otherwise we end up with an enormous mess,
>as opposed to the relatively lean machine which has been the key to our

Well if you look at the development of IPP and its current level of 
support, which is very substantial and growing every day, and the general 
theory that fax at a sufficient level of abstraction is "remote printing" 
then a "print-to" URL based on IPP is necessary.

Some of us believe that the concept of "fax" is multi-modal. GSTN T.30 
analog, RFC 2305 S&F,  IPP...take your pick...if you must get a document 
from point A to point B, which is a essential global communications 
service, .. you now have a choice ...and choice is good. That is the goal 
of QUALDOCS. Therefore references to the various transport layer 
opportunities in a "phone book" is useful.

And I might add some of us are ready to put IPP addresses on our business 
cards as soon as we can figure out how to get our DSL providers to install 
a working service, much less route the packets correctly.

Richard Shockey
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