Two suggested changes/corrections for WIMS meeting slides - thanks.
* WIMS meeting slide 6, bullet 1
change "MFD alert conditions"
to "Scanner, ScanMediaPath, and FaxModem subunits"
- you've already said alerts earlier in the bullet (conditions is redundant)
- let's be clear about the minor scope of this spec
* WIMS meeting slide 8, bullet 3
change "one of 33 (out of 60)..."
to "one of 23 (out of 37) TCs identified in RFC3805 as a Type 1 (para
- this corrects the confusing "NOT a Type 2" original phrasing
- please also add the link below to the list of all RFC 3805 TCs.
Clarifications about counts and status of the Type 1 and Type 2
TCs defined in RFC 3805.
Unfortunately, RFC 3805 is full of ASN.1 comments using the keyword
string "TEXTUAL-CONVENTION", so my original counts were high.
I just did some careful hand-edits to my string search results and stored
the final list at:
The correct counts are:
IANA-PRINTER-MIB (Type 2 TCs - can be changed)
- 14 new TCs defined in RFC 3805
Printer-MIB (Type 1 TCs - cannot be changed)
- 19 new TCs defined in RFC 3805
- 4 old TCs (from 1759) deprecated in RFC 3805 - never used in MIB
- 1 new TC imported by RFC 3805 - IANACharset
Ira McDonald (Musician / Software Architect)
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On Tue, Nov 22, 2011 at 9:04 PM, William Wagner <wamwagner at comcast.net>wrote:
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