Additional comments after review of the latest SM 2.0 document:
Section 7.1.1: Add the following paragraph:
"Note: The Semantic Model defines a single InputSource element, which does not capture all of the necessary input intent. IPP FaxOut instead maps elements from the CopyInTicket group to do so." [I wanted to add something about SM 2.0 adopting this approach, but we usually avoid prognostication in our specs...]
Section 7.3: Add input-attributes-actual (1setOf collection), with reference to 7.1.1 for the member attributes. This provides a receipt of hardcopy input-attributes values. CONDITIONALLY REQUIRED for printers with scan capabilities.
Section 7: Add new 7.x Document Description Attributes, 7.x.1 with input-attributes-actual (collection), with reference to 7.1.1 for the member attributes. This provides a per-document receipt of hardcopy input-attributes values. CONDITIONALLY REQUIRED for printers with scan capabilities and support for the document object.
Section 9.2: Add input-attributes-actual job description attribute to list for scan-capable printers, add a new scan + document object paragraph for input-attributes-actual document description attribute.
Section 12.1: Add input-attributes-actual job description and document description attributes.
Section 13.1: Add reference to 5100.5 (document object) and 5108.04 (copy service)
On Jun 27, 2013, at 8:12 AM, Michael Sweet <msweet at apple.com> wrote:
> Follow-up comments based on the feedback we have gotten so far:
>> Section 8.2 does not mention that the 'fax-modem-xxx' keywords are defined in PWG 5107.3.
>> Section 8.2 does not define the equivalent of the 'connecting-to-defice' value from "printer-state-reasons". Should we define keyword(s) to describe this and/or the following intermediate states: Dialing, Answered, Training, and Connected?
>> Section 12.2 should not re-register PWG 5107.3 keyword values for "job-state-reasons".
>> Section 13.1 is missing a reference to PWG 5107.3.
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