IPP> IPPv2 Statement Of Work Update

IPP> IPPv2 Statement Of Work Update

IPP> IPPv2 Statement Of Work Update

Hastings, Tom N Tom.Hastings at xerox.com
Tue Mar 4 19:44:57 EST 2008


The statement of work says:

*  OBJ-1 Include a reference to all IPP Standards Track documents,
starting from version 1.1.
*  OBJ-2 All current IPP features are to be included as a requirement or
an option.
*  OBJ-3 All features are to be classified as Mandatory, Conditionally
Mandatory, or Optional.

What is a "feature"?  What is the level of granularity of a feature?  An
operation, an object, an attribute, or an attribute value?

In other words, at what level of detail will the "Mandatory",
"Conditionally Mandatory" or "Optional" be specified at: an operation,
an object, an attribute, or an attribute value?

The PWG Semantic model lists all of the operations, objects, attributes,
and values (though spelled "funny"), along with the documents in which
they are defined, if that is a help is compiling a profile template.

Tom

-----Original Message-----
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Subject: IPP> IPPv2 Statement Of Work Update


The IPPv2 Charter has been converted into a Statement of Work.

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ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/ipp/ippv2-docs/wd-ippv2-statement-of-work-2008
0221.pdf
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