The time zone differences are a definite problem with conference calls. Since EST is three hours ahead of the Pacific coast 9AM PST is 12N EST , which is fine with me. Of course, if we had FarEast participation, it would be a bit early in the morning for them.
We will discuss this this afternoon and on the list. The next meeting will be the face-to-face on March 31. Perhaps we can establish a mutually acceptable schedule then.
From: YBARRA,SEBASTIAN (HP-Spain,ex2) [mailto:sebastian_ybarra at hp.com]
Sent: Tuesday, March 18, 2003 12:01 PM
To: 'Wbmm (E-mail)
Subject: RE: WBMM> Tues 18 Mar 1pm PST - Conference call
If possible, please consider setting up future meetings
early in the morning so that people that work in Europe
(like me) can also participate.
Most Europe is 9 hours ahead of PST, so 12pm PST is 9pm here.
Something like 9am or 10am PST (6pm - 7pm here) would be better.
I'd like to participate on this, but 9pm-11pm is a little
bit too late...
Sebastian Ybarra, R&D Engineer
HP ICD (Inkjet Commercial Division) - Barcelona
sebastian.ybarra at hp.com
> -----Original Message-----
> From: McDonald, Ira [mailto:imcdonald at sharplabs.com]
> Sent: 18 March 2003 16:35
> To: 'Wagner,William'; 'Wbmm (E-mail)
> Subject: RE: WBMM> Tues 18 Mar 1pm PST - Conference call
>> Converted the minutes to PDF and stored beside the MS Word at:
>>ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/wbmm/minutes/wbmm_030304.pdf> (there's an underscore in that name above ^)
> - Ira McDonald
> High North Inc
>>> PS - Tom Hastings and I have a serious conflict with this
> WBMM time. The Free Software Group Job Ticket API weekly
> meeting has been moved back four hours to the 12pm-2pm PST /
> 3pm-5pm EST. In future if WBMM meetings could be another
> time (later on Tuesday, even an hour?), it would be a big
> help. FSG JTAPI is pretty close to the 1.0 content UML
> model. Tom represents CIP4 interests and I represent PSI and
> other PWG interests.
>>> -----Original Message-----
> From: Wagner,William [mailto:WWagner at NetSilicon.com]
> Sent: Monday, March 17, 2003 12:03 PM
> To: 'Wbmm (E-mail)
> Subject: WBMM> Tues 18 Mar 1pm PST - Conference call
>>> As previously established, there will be a WBMM telephone
> conference call :
>>> Time: 4:00 PM EST 18 (1PM PST) March 2003
>> Call-in US Toll-free : 1-877-874-5524
>> Call-in International /Toll : 1-712-455-8420
> Participant Identification number: 497478
>> Review of Agenda
>> Review of Last Conference Call Minutes
> (ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/wbmm/minutes/wbmm_> 030304.doc )
>>> Discussion of Use Cases/Scenarios
> (ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/wbmm/white/> Uses.doc
>> Discuss New Data Model Requirements (Harry's list)
> 1. Leverage semantics from Printer MIB, IPP and Finisher MIB
> 2. Address new functionality for MFPs
> 3. Address management of Services such as Transforms
> or Print Services
> 4. Improve upon the conveyance of status as compared
> to the Printer MIB, hrMIB
> 5. Allow structuring the data model in relation to
> applications (end-user, admin, accounting, service etc.) vs. devices
> (printer, mfp, finisher).
> 6. Facilitate mapping to legacy models (MIBs, CIM, NPAP etc.)
> 7. Facilitate direct, native data exchange to the
> lowest managed entity if desired (ex. don't REQUIRE proxy or
>> Discuss Partitioning and Inter-relation (i.e.,
> identification of pre-requisite information necessary to proceed)
>> 1. Base Transport (HTTP, including support for security
> infrastructure ; EMAIL, including ESMTP and APOP ; others?)
> 2. SOAP/XML Coding (including interface with both
> existing local management provisions and new data model)
> 3. New Data Model
>> Next steps
>> Next conference call
> Review of action items
>>>> Please communicate if you have additional agenda items or
> would like to add basic issues for discussion.
>>> This list has about 30 subscribers. We hope to have good
> participation on Tuesday's call.
>>> Bill Wagner/NetSilicon, a Digi International Company