IPP> Status update for IETF IPP Notification and Admin specs

IPP> Status update for IETF IPP Notification and Admin specs

IPP> Status update for IETF IPP Notification and Admin specs

McDonald, Ira imcdonald at sharplabs.com
Fri May 7 10:43:48 EDT 2004

Hi Carl-Uno,

The latest status of these specs for IETF 'standards
track' is:

* IPP Admin Operations
  - Harry Lewis will edit for Security Considerations
    (and other necessary current RFC/I-D style stuff)

* IPP Notifications and Subscriptions
  - Bob Herriot will edit for security and requested
    additional common Printer and Job events from the
    PWG PSI (Print Services Interface) and PWG IPPFAX
    (realtime fax over IPP w/ TLS) project teams
* IPPGET Notification Delivery Method
  - Bob Herriot will also edit for security and style

[In a related effort, the IEEE PWG has decided to copy
the event names/definitions from the IETF spec above
and advance them quickly as an IEEE PWG 'dictionary'
spec called 'PWG Standardized Imaging System Events'.

This work is needed in the next few months to complete
work on the WSDL files for PSI/1.0 and continue work
on the PWG WIMS (Web-based Imaging Management Services)

- Ira

Ira McDonald (Musician / Software Architect)
Blue Roof Music / High North Inc
PO Box 221  Grand Marais, MI  49839
phone: +1-906-494-2434
email: imcdonald at sharplabs.com

-----Original Message-----
From: carl at manros.com [mailto:carl at manros.com]
Sent: Thursday, May 06, 2004 8:31 PM
To: Ipp at Pwg. Org
Cc: Don Wright; Harry Lewis
Subject: IPP> I am back

Hi all,

I am back from my rather long trip to Japan, plus weeks of catching up on
email and other stuff from while I was away.

I know that there has been some further discussion about the possible
progression of our remaining IPP drafts while I was away so I would like to
get updated on where you think we stand at the moment.

BTW, I am getting a number of return messages about trying to send virus
messages to the IPP DL. I can assure that these messages don't come from me
or my computer, which is using the latest and greatest in virus and spam
control software.
There are apparently people who have figured out that if they fake the
sender address of a valid DL member, their messages will bypass the DL
verification mechanism. It seems that we need to get all messages checked
for virus before the messages are distributed. Hope our DL administrator at
Lexmark can take on that task.


Carl-Uno Manros
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