PWG> IPP> OPS - 7 Proposed New IPP Operations: Set 1

PWG> IPP> OPS - 7 Proposed New IPP Operations: Set 1

PWG> IPP> OPS - 7 Proposed New IPP Operations: Set 1

Tom Hastings hastings at cp10.es.xerox.com
Thu Jul 30 21:27:42 EDT 1998


Alternatives for processing this proposal (with different times):

1. Instead of submitting an Internet-Draft followed by a standards track RFC,
we could just register these operations as PWG extensions for now
and then register them with IANA when IPP/1.0 is published as an RFC?

2. Instead of submitting an Internet-Draft followed by a standards track RFC,
we could just register these operations as PWG extensions for now
and then register them with IANA when IPP/1.0 is published as an RFC
AND send a standards track RFC at that time?

In order for a standards track RFC, we need to add sections on
internationalization and security and IANA Considerations.

In any case, this is a topic for e-mail list and the IPP telecon
next Wednesday.

Tom

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>From: Tom Hastings <hastings at cp10.es.xerox.com>
>Subject: IPP> OPS - 7 Proposed New IPP Operations: Set 1
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>Paul Moore, Bob Herriot, Ron Bergman, and I have incorporated the agreements
>from the Monterey meeting on the new operations proposed by Paul Moore.
>
>I have posted the files in a new sub-directory: new_OPS
>
>The URLs are:
>
>ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/ipp/new_OPS/draft-pwg-ipp-ops-set1-00-980727.doc
>ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/ipp/new_OPS/draft-pwg-ipp-ops-set1-00-980727.pdf
>ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/ipp/new_OPS/draft-pwg-ipp-ops-set1-00-980727.txt
>
>I've posted the older files on this subject there also.
>
>We would like to discuss this updated proposal at the upcoming IPP
>telecon, Wednesday, August 5, 1-3 EDT (10-12 PDT).
>
>Its written in the form of an Internet-Draft, but is named as just a
>PWG draft for now.  Is it ready to be sent as an Internet-Draft?
>
>Here is the Abstract:
>
>Abstract
>
>This document specifies seven OPTIONAL operations for use with the Internet
>Printing Protocol/1.0 (IPP) [ipp-mod, ipp-pro].  The defined Set 1
>operations are:
>
>Hold-Job
>Release-Job
>Restart-Job
>Reprocess-Job
>Pause-Printer
>Resume-Printer
>Purge-Jobs
>
>
>Send any comments to the IPP mailing list with the Subject line prefix: "OPS"
>
>Thanks,
>Tom, Ron, Paul, and Bob
>
>
>



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