IFX Mail Archive: IFX> RE: PWG> PWG IEEE-ISTO number for

IFX Mail Archive: IFX> RE: PWG> PWG IEEE-ISTO number for

IFX> RE: PWG> PWG IEEE-ISTO number for Proposed XHTML/Print standard [ and future PDF/is standard]

From: Hastings, Tom N (hastings@cp10.es.xerox.com)
Date: Fri Mar 14 2003 - 19:55:06 EST

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    So Don is suggesting that the PDF/is standard which is also a document
    format standard could be also numbered in the 5102 series along with the two
    XHTML/Print document format standards (5102.1 and 5102.2) when we assign a
    PWG IEEE-ISTO number to PDF/is.

    Comments?

    Tom

    -----Original Message-----
    From: don@lexmark.com [mailto:don@lexmark.com]
    Sent: Friday, March 14, 2003 06:02
    To: Hastings, Tom N
    Cc: Lewis, Harry
    Subject: RE: PWG> PWG IEEE-ISTO number for Proposed XHTML/Print standard

    Tom:

    The documents (and their full titles) are available from

    http://www.pwg.org/xhtml-print/HTML-Version/XHTML-Print.html
    http://www.pwg.org/xhtml-print/HTML-Version/CSS-Print.html

    I think making the 5102 series be document formats makes sense.

    **********************************************
     Don Wright don@lexmark.com

     Chair, IEEE SA Standards Board
     Member, IEEE-ISTO Board of Directors
     f.wright@ieee.org / f.wright@computer.org

     Director, Alliances & Standards
     Lexmark International
     740 New Circle Rd
     Lexington, Ky 40550
     859-825-4808 (phone) 603-963-8352 (fax)
    **********************************************

    "Hastings, Tom N" <hastings@cp10.es.xerox.com> on 03/13/2003 05:28:42 PM

    To: don@lexmark.com
    cc: "Lewis, Harry" <harryl@us.ibm.com>, "Hastings, Tom N"
           <hastings@cp10.es.xerox.com>
    Subject: RE: PWG> PWG IEEE-ISTO number for Proposed XHTML/Print standard

    Don,

    That is what I remembered, so 5102.1 and 5102.2 sound OK?

    What are the full titles of each?

    We (or your WG) can decide later whether the 5102 series is for any PWG
    document format, such as PDF/is, or just for XHTML-like stuff or just for
    XML-related document formats or whatever, right?

    Tom

    -----Original Message-----
    From: don@lexmark.com [mailto:don@lexmark.com]
    Sent: Thursday, March 13, 2003 12:58
    To: Hastings, Tom N
    Cc: Lewis, Harry
    Subject: Re: PWG> PWG IEEE-ISTO number for Proposed XHTML/Print standard

    Just a reminder that the XHTML-Print group has TWO documents at Proposed
    Standard Status so we need two numbers.

    **********************************************
     Don Wright don@lexmark.com

     Chair, IEEE SA Standards Board
     Member, IEEE-ISTO Board of Directors
     f.wright@ieee.org / f.wright@computer.org

     Director, Alliances & Standards
     Lexmark International
     740 New Circle Rd
     Lexington, Ky 40550
     859-825-4808 (phone) 603-963-8352 (fax)
    **********************************************

    "Hastings, Tom N" <hastings@cp10.es.xerox.com>@pwg.org on 03/13/2003
    03:22:42 PM

    Sent by: owner-pwg@pwg.org

    To: "Lewis, Harry" <harryl@us.ibm.com>
    cc: pwg@pwg.org
    Subject: PWG> PWG IEEE-ISTO number for Proposed XHTML/Print standard

    Harry,

    Per the discussion today at the SM telecon on PWG process about standards
    numbers and what to do about allocating a PWG number for the Proposed PWG
    XHTML/Print standard as requested by Don for the W3C.

    In order to give Don a PWG number for the XHTML/Print Proposed PWG
    Standard,
    the next series of numbers not yet used is 5102.n.

    Currently, Proposed PWG standards have the following numbers:

    5100.1, 5100.2, 5100.3, 5100.4 ... for IPP

    5101.1 for the Media Standardized Names

    So how about 5102.1 for XHTML/Print. If there are several documents,
    5102.1
    and 5102.2

    ISSUE: How to number future standards? We can decide later how to
    allocate
    numbers for:

    PWG Semantic Model
    Print Services Interface
    IPPFAX
    PDF/is
    etc.

    Is the 5102 series for document formats, so that PDF/is would go in that
    series?

    Should IPPFAX go in its own series, or should it be in the IPP 5100.n
    series?

    Should PWG Semantic Model be in its own series?

    Should PSI be in its own series?

    Or is there some common theme that would help put some of these in the same
    series.

    ISSUE: Separate isssue is what happens when the Proposed/Candidate
    Standard
    reaches Standard?

    Does it get a new number or use the same number? If a new number could it
    be some algorithm from its original number, such as adding 50. So 5150.2
    would be the Standard version of Proposed standard 5100.2.

    Tom



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