IFX Mail Archive: RE: IFX> Boston agenda and docs

IFX Mail Archive: RE: IFX> Boston agenda and docs

RE: IFX> Boston agenda and docs

From: Hastings, Tom N (hastings@cp10.es.xerox.com)
Date: Tue Oct 24 2000 - 11:43:46 EDT

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    For those of you who depend on my bringing bound hard copy of the agenda,
    regrettably, I will not be able to attend this IPP FAX WG meeting. If you
    saved the copy from last meeting, bring it. There are only two new
    documents this time. They are the requirements documents that Paul posted.


    -----Original Message-----
    From: pmoore@peerless.com [mailto:pmoore@peerless.com]
    Sent: Monday, October 16, 2000 11:53
    To: ifx@pwg.org
    Subject: IFX> boston agenda and docs

    The second IPP Fax full day meeting is coming up in Boston on 10/26.

    If you didnt attend the first one - dont be shy, attend this one. IOC/ MFPA
    attendees from the MFP, Fax, copy, etc world are particulary welcome.
    Regular attendees - ping all your friends. If you are not sure what IPP Fax
    then check out our web site at http://pwg.org/qualdocs/index.html.

    For non PWG regulars the rules for attending are simple. Turn up and pay a
    minimal fee (covers room and food costs - typically about $50).
    Ideally you should register in advance at

    For details on the location visit http://pwg.org/chair/boston00.html For
    details on the pwg visit www.pwg.org.

    Proposed agenda

    This is a full day so hours are 8.30am to 5pm (approx)

    Ratification of split into two parts - data format / discovery and
     -- See my previous email on this subject. I have had no negative comments
    this topic.

    Document format requirements.
    -- I have posted a requirements document to the ftp site
    -- Also we need to identify what we dont like about the current TIFF-FX spec

    Transport requirments
    -- I have posted a requirements document to the ftp site

    User identity discussion
    -- should we use vcard, XML vcard, etc. Please come prepared to propose

    Data format capability discovery
    -- RFC2531 / 2533 - are they OK? Does anybody have any alternatives

    Lunch somewhere in the middle!

    See you there.

    Paul Moore
    Peerless Systems Networking
    Netreon Inc

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