Now that IPP 1.1 is "in the can", the IPP WG is turning its attention to
Notification Requirements. This is a issue central to the QUALDOCS charter.
Any comments and suggestions would be appreciated as we begin to draft a
"Goals and Requirements document for this proposed WG.
>From: "Hastings, Tom N" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: ipp <email@example.com>
>Subject: IPP> NOT - Updated IPP Notification Requirements document posted
>Date: Mon, 28 Jun 1999 15:53:23 -0700
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>I've down loaded the IPP Notification Requirements that correspond to the
>recently announced Internet-Draft (02). Harry Lewis had sent me his edits
>from the Philadelphia meeting when we reviewed the 00 version from February
>1998. I included my notes from the meeting and indicated things that we
>agreed are issues:
>We will cover this requirements document at the telecon IPP telecon, this
>Wednesday, usual time 10-12 PDT (1-3 EDT). Please send any comments ahead
>of time to the ipp DL with NOT in the subject line.
>After sending it in to the Internet-Drafts in time (6/24) for the up coming
>IETF meeting, I discovered that Roger had actually published an 01 version
>as an Internet-Draft in March 1998. So one of the things that the 01
>version had added over the 00 version was Quality Of Service:
>2.16 Quality of Service
>Some notification delivery methods may allow users to select quality of
>service parameters. These will depend upon the specific delivery method
>chosen, and may include parameters such as priority, security, number of
>retries, and the like.
>We agreed in Philadelphia to add Quality Of Service, so we are moving a
>direction agreed to over a year ago.
>So adding the above is a first set of comments on the requirements document.
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