IPP> TES: Mandatory IPP notification agreement

IPP> TES: Mandatory IPP notification agreement

IPP> TES: Mandatory IPP notification agreement

henrik.holst at i-data.com henrik.holst at i-data.com
Fri Jun 23 07:56:08 EDT 2000


Well, IPP stands for Internet Prininting Protocol. If we wants to describe
to the world
how we think Internet print should work, I think it's a design fail to use
a technology
that won't work, i.e. mandatory a method that won't go from the outside to
the inside
of the firewall. I have nothing against the INDP method, but I think we
have to keep
in mind what we first tried to solved, i.e. "how to print over the
Internet":

Henrik




Jay Martin <jkm at underscore.com> on 23-06-2000 13:47:15

Please respond to jkm at underscore.com

To:   henrik.holst at i-data.com
cc:   ipp at pwg.org

Subject:  Re: IPP> TES: Mandatory IPP notification agreement


henrik.holst at i-data.com wrote:
>
> I just think it's really strange if we describe an Internet Printing
> Protocol but the mandatory notification method won't work in 99% of
> the user cases!

Would you be so kind as to explain what you believe is the "99%" case?
I'm confused about what *most* PWG participants believe are the *real*
use cases for IPP.  (I guess I've been a bit confused about this since
the very beginning.)

     ...jay









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