[IPP] Questions on IPP Finishings 2.0

[IPP] Questions on IPP Finishings 2.0

[IPP] Questions on IPP Finishings 2.0

Ira McDonald blueroofmusic at gmail.com
Sat Aug 23 18:55:32 UTC 2014


Hi,

I agree with Mike - these should all be treated as Xerox comments
on the IPP Finishings 2.0 spec.

Cheers,
- Ira


Ira McDonald (Musician / Software Architect)
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On Fri, Aug 22, 2014 at 10:42 PM, Michael Sweet <msweet at apple.com> wrote:

> Daniel,
>
> These are all comments that should be included in the last call.
>
> On Aug 22, 2014, at 4:35 PM, Manchala, Daniel <Daniel.Manchala at xerox.com>
> wrote:
> > While these need not be construed as comments, the following questions /
> suggestions on IPP Finishings 2.0 would certainly help me (or perhaps
> others) to better understand / read the spec.
> >
> > 1.       Finishing Offset (line 248): Using what units is the distance
> measured from the Finishing Reference Edge (e.g., mm, in)? Can Printer
> vendors decide this for their own products?
>
> > 2.       Finishing Offset (line 248): Might be better to replace the
> semi-colon with a colon after the term “Finishing Offset”.
> > 3.       Section 3.2.3 Booklet Maker (lines 281-284): Would a typical
> example be folding several 11x17 sheets along the middle to form a 8.5x11
> booklet stapled along the midline (saddle stitched)? Is this the same use
> case as the one shown in Section 3.2.11 Saddle Stitch (lines 313-316)?
> > 4.       Section 3.2.9 Laminate (lines 305-308): The term “checklist”
> makes me think of a list of items on a scratch paper (like a grocery list)
> and puzzles me as to why it should be laminated. Perhaps qualifying it as
> “airplane operating procedure checklist” or a “restaurant menu card” or a
> “nursing procedure card” would have helped me better visualize what it
> meant, and the importance of laminating such a document.
> > 5.       Section 3.2.16 Finishing Multiple Copies (lines 334-338): Is it
> true that in order to print multiple copies of a raster (only) document, a
> Client needs to send to the Printer (number of copies as specified by copy
> count * pages per copy) number of pages, whereas in case of a PDF document,
> the Client needs to send only one copy, and the Printer iterates over the
> single copy N number of times specified by copy count?
> > 6.       Section 3.4 Out of Scope – item 2 (line 351): It is hard for me
> to visualize how folds are made at 0, 90, 180, 270 degrees, and
> particularly its relation to Figure 1. I understand how cuts are made
> though.
> > 7.       Section 3.5 Design Requirements: Wouldn’t it be better to
> restart numbering (instead of starting at 5) which makes one think
> requirements 1-4 were in a previous spec? -  until one realizes that the
> numbering continued from the previous section. A period at the end of item
> 10 (which would be item 5 if renumbered) would be better.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Daniel.
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