I will prepare the v2.0 template and send it by you. If it
looks OK, we will have it submitted within a couple or three
days. I can't say how fast IANA will process it though :-)
> Hi Erik,
>> I just checked this registry and found the old 'printer'
> template (v1.0) which had serious attribute naming problems
> when converted to an LDAP schema. The IETF IPP WG considers
> the SLP 'printer' v1.0 template obsolete and prefers the use
> of the 'printer' v2.0 template which is currently located at:
>>ftp://ftp.ietf.org/internet-drafts/>> in the file:
>> draft-ietf-svrloc-printer-scheme-06.txt (8 March 2000)
>> I'm happy to follow the right procedure to get this revised
> 'printer' template registered - should I look at RFC 2609 and
> submit it to you (the designated reviewer)?
> - Ira McDonald, IPP WG member
> (co-author of SLP 'printer' template)
> (co-author of LDAP 'printer' schema)
>>> -----Original Message-----
> From: Erik Guttman [mailto:Erik.Guttman at germany.sun.com]
> Sent: Thursday, May 04, 2000 2:43 AM
> To: srvloc at srvloc.org> Cc: erik.guttman at germany.sun.com> Subject: service template registry on-line!
>>> We finally have the service template registry on line. See
>>ftp://ftp.isi.edu/in-notes/iana/assignments/svrloc-templates>> Please review the templates to make sure that the one(s) you
> submitted are correct. If there are any other templates which
> should be there or which you would like to submit, the procedures
> are described in RFC 2609. In brief, you should:
>> - Write an internet draft which contains at least a template,
> security considerations section and the name of the submitter.
>> - Send a request to svrloc-list at iana.org to have the i-d reviewed
> and sumbitted to the registry. NOTE: This alias is not yet
> set up! For the time being, please send the request to me
> directly at erik.guttman at sun.com. I will inform the list when
> the alias is set up.
>> - If the template concerns a service which is widely deployed or
> for which there is an interested community, the internet draft
> should be reviewed. I (the designated expert) will seek to see
> that templates get apropriate peer review. This is an informal
> process (ie. no last calls will be issued).
>> - If the template is in the proper format and there are issues
> raised about, the template will be added to the registry.
>> - Remember that revised templates are submitted with new version
>> - Please feel free to submit translations (ie. to Spanish) of any
> existing templates. I will add these translations to the registry.