PWG> SC - 28 July 3:10pm EDT - Steering Committee agenda

PWG> SC - 28 July 3:10pm EDT - Steering Committee agenda

PWG> SC - 28 July 3:10pm EDT - Steering Committee agenda

McDonald, Ira imcdonald at
Thu Jul 28 10:55:17 EDT 2005

Hi Harry,
You posted an agenda last week for this week's SC meeting (see below)
- Ira

Ira McDonald (Musician / Software Architect)
Blue Roof Music / High North Inc
PO Box 221  Grand Marais, MI  49839
phone: +1-906-494-2434
email: imcdonald at 

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-pwg at [mailto:owner-pwg at]On Behalf Of Harry Lewis
Sent: Wednesday, July 20, 2005 11:58 PM
To: pwg at
Subject: PWG> 28 July 3:10pm EDT - SC - Steering Committee agenda


OK... I don't think I ever got out the minutes from July 7. One thing I did
record is a decision to move SC meetings to every other Thursday at 3pm
Eastern beginning July 28. We decided to skip this week because it is so
close on the heals of the Cupertino f2f. Please note there has since been a
proposal to begin SC meetings at 3:10 vs 3pm to provide a break for those
who will be back-to-back with the PWG-CIM conference call. 

Here are the topics we should have on our agenda beginning July 28. Not sure
we'll have time for all. 

Thursday, 2005-07-28 
3:10 pm Eastern (NYC) 
Toll Free:     1-866-365-4406 
International: 00+1+303-248-9655 
Passcode:      2635888# 

1. Recap of Cupertino 
  - What we consider successful 
  - What we could improve 

2. Status of maturing projects 
  - Port Mon MIB 
  - WIMS 

3. Status of new projects kicking off 
  - Projector/Display mgt 
  - PWG-CIM 

4. Effect of recent or anticipated projects on the Common Semantic Model 

5. Elections 

6. Possible directions 
  - Color management semantics 
  - Remote finishing semantics 
  - Is all this already covered in JDF? 
  - Are we sticking our nose where it doesn't belong or are we providing a
useful service? 

7. 2006 Schedule 
  - F2F schedule 
  - Introduce scheduled remote Plenary(s)? 

8. SC meeting time reduce to 50 min to accommodate break following PWG-CIM? 
Harry Lewis 
Chairman - IEEE-ISTO Printer Working Group
IBM Printing Systems

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