Just a reminder for those that haven't already sent in their email. We just need 4 more responses to satisfy the last call...
On 2012-11-26, at 4:31 PM, Michael Sweet <msweet at apple.com> wrote:
>> [This PWG Last Call starts today Monday November 26, 2012 and ends Friday December 21, 2012 at 10pm US PST.]
>> This is the formal announcement of the PWG Last Call for the PWG Media Standardized Names Version 2.0 (MSN2) specification, located at:
>>ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/ipp/wd/wd-pwgmsn20-20121116.pdf>> All required attributes and values defined in this document have been prototyped by Apple and/or other vendors. The IPP WG has completed extensive review of the various revisions of this document and an IPP WG last call.
>> The PWG Process/3.0 requires that a quorum (30%) of PWG voting members must acknowledge a PWG Last Call (with or without comments), before any document can progress to PWG Formal Vote. This PWG Last Call is NOT a Formal Vote but it DOES require your review acknowledgment.
>>> HOW TO RESPOND
>> Send an email with *exactly* the following subject line format:
> Subject: <Company Name> has reviewed the MSN2 specification and has [no] comments
>>> WHERE TO SEND YOUR RESPONSE
>> Please send your response to *all* of the following email addresses (replacing "dot" with '.' and "at" with '@'):
>> ipp "at" pwg "dot" org (IPP WG mailing list - you must be subscribed!)
> blueroofmusic "at" gmail "dot" com (Ira McDonald, IPP WG Co-Chair)
> ptykodi "at" tykodi "dot" com (Paul Tykodi, IPP WG Co-Chair)
> msweet "at" apple "dot" com (Michael Sweet, IPP WG Secretary and MSN2 Editor)
>> Note that you must be subscribed to the IPP WG mailing list to send email there - otherwise your email will be silently discarded.
>> Please do NOT simply reply to this note on the PWG-Announce list.
>> Note: The PWG Definition of the Standards Development Process Version 3.0 is located at:
> Michael Sweet, Senior Printing System Engineer, PWG Chair
Michael Sweet, Senior Printing System Engineer, PWG Chair
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