P1394 Mail Archive: Re: P1394> EMAIL Poll

P1394 Mail Archive: Re: P1394> EMAIL Poll

Re: P1394> EMAIL Poll

Colin Whitby-Strevens (colinws@bristol.st.com)
Tue, 24 Feb 1998 10:39:12 GMT

Hello Greg,

Any restrictions or guidance on who can vote? For example, I have been
following the interesting debate, but I have not participated in any pwg
meetings. Am I eligible? Or does the self-certification rule ("anyone who feels
they are technically qualified") apply?

With best wishes

Colin Whitby-Strevens

> During the 1394 PWG 2/23 telecon, it was suggested we undertake an non-bindin
> g email poll to
> gauge interest in various proposals being considered by the working group.
>
> Please forward your reply to the 1394 PWG reflector - p1394@pwg.org
>
> If possible, please reply by Friday, February 27th, 1998.
>
> Thanks,
> Greg LeClair
>
> PS> If you have suggestions for this or future polls, please send them under
> a different
> subject line.
>
> ===================================================================
>
> 1. Please rank the following proposals according to your interest level
> using the following scale ( 10 = High level
> of interest vs. 0 = No interest).
>
> ( ) 1284.4 Over Data FIFO Architecture (DFA)
> ( ) 1284.4 Over SBP-2
> ( ) Direct Printing Protocol - (current PWG-C proposal 0.71)
> ( ) SBP-2 Native - (current PWG proposal 0.1c)
> ( ) Other (describe)__________________
>
> 2. Please provide background comments on your ranking.
>
> Why do you prefer to use the given solution?
>
> Why should others consider the given solution?
>
> Does the the given solution meet the existing requirements?
>
> What issues are you aware of (if any) with the given solution?
>
> What is your opinion on the best way to move the discussion forward?
>
> Other comments?
>
>
>
>
>

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