Although I am inclined to agree, between the PWG and the IETF-FAX
lists, many of us have had a deluge of mail while individuals work out
particular threads. Although this can be handled by selective reading,
there might be an advantage in a subgroup thrashing something out
before presenting it to the entire list.
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Subject: PWG> IPP> Current IPP Scenarios Subgroup Participants List
Author: "Harry Lewis <harryl at VNET.IBM.COM>" <harryl at VNET.IBM.COM> at Internet
Date: 1/7/97 12:04 PM
>Following is the current list of names and email addresses for all persons
>participating in the "Scenarios" subgroup of the IPP project:
>> JK Martin jkm at underscore.com> Carl-Uno Manros manros at cp10.es.xerox.com, manros at mindspring.com> Bill Wagner wwagner at digprod.com> Don Wright don at lexmark.com> Keith Carter kcarter at vnet.ibm.com> Peter Zehler peter_zehler at wb.xerox.com> Hiroyuki Sato hsato at cse.canon.co.jp>>Note that Hiroyuki Sato (Canon) is new to this list.
>>Currently there is no distribution list setup for this subgroup, so
>you'll have to use the email addresses as is for all subgroup-only
I don't have a problem with formation of IPP subgroups, but I don't
know why their work can't be reflected via ipp at pwg.org like any other
topic under discussion there?
Harry Lewis - IBM Printing Systems