"stationery" is just plain sheets of paper. There are qualified versions of stationery as well, e.g., "stationery-letterhead", so this would just be another form of that - think special paper used for cover letters or resumes that otherwise behaves and is used like plain paper.
Technically we could use "fabric" as a top-level media type with qualified versions for different fabrics and finishes, e.g.:
however I would consider those types to be specific to fabric printing, e.g. curtains, clothing, etc., and not to sheets of specialized paper.
On Jun 18, 2012, at 12:26 PM, Petrie, Glen wrote:
>> Maybe I wrong but I thought stationery was just another word for "plain"; so this new name means "plain-cotton". Is there anything wrong with just cotton and linen?
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>> Do I just need to add "stationery-cotton" to the media type name list in MSN2?
>> Do we want this generalized (stationery-fabric?) or list other materials, e.g., linen?
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