IPP Mail Archive: Re: IPP> ADM - Results from the IPP Phone Conference 980617

IPP Mail Archive: Re: IPP> ADM - Results from the IPP Phone Conference 980617

Re: IPP> ADM - Results from the IPP Phone Conference 980617

Carl-Uno Manros (carl@manros.com)
Wed, 17 Jun 1998 23:19:39 -0700

Harry,

No this is a misunderstanding. TLS is still in as a SHOULD, SSL3 will be
crossed out except as one attribute value for possible security services.
This was in our initial response back to Keith, and confirmed in our phone
conference with the Area Directors last week.

Carl-Uno

At 11:36 PM 6/17/98 -0400, Harry Lewis wrote:
>Carl-Uno, in my review of the meeting with Roger, he also mentioned an
>agreement to not tie IPPv1 to TLS but to implement with SSL3 for now with plans
>to move to TLS when appropriate. I think you missed this in your "minutes". I
>think this is in line with recommendations form Keith under the circumstances
>regarding lack of closure of TLS.
>
>As with your other conclusions, today... I agree!
>
>Harry Lewis - IBM Printing Systems
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>owner-ipp@pwg.org on 06/17/98 01:49:13 PM
>Please respond to owner-ipp@pwg.org
>To: ipp@pwg.org
>cc:
>Subject: IPP> ADM - Results from the IPP Phone Conference 980617
>
>
>All,
>
>In today's phone conference, which included the editors and most of the
>main stakeholders in the IPP project, the following agreements were arrived
>at:
>
>1) We will update our documents to include a new default port for IPP. The
>application for that port has already been sent to IANA for processing.
>To use the default port number, it will need to be explicitly included in
>IPP URLs using the "http:" scheme.
>
>2) Will will NOT pursue the "ipp:" scheme proposal for inclusion in IPP
>V1.0, as it seems to give us more issues than it resolves at present. We
>can continue this discussion as a separate topic after IPP V1.0 has been
>finished.
>
>3) We will NOT pursue further discussion of a new HTTP method for IPP in
>IPP V1.0.
>
>4) We will keep the Printer and Job URIs in the application/ipp as
>currently defined. They are mandated to be semantically equivalent with any
>corresponding URI information in the HTTP layer. No changes needed to the
>current specification.
>
>5) We will document that the minimum length of all text strings are 0
>unless otherwise specified.
>
>6) Scott Isaacson will provide an updated version of the Model & Semantics
>document in time for next week's phone conference.
>
>7) Paul Moore indicated that he wants to register a few new operations as
>extensions to IPP. These will be presented and discussed in the upcoming
>IPP meeting in Monterey.
>
>If any of you WG members who were not in the phone conference wants to
>object to any of these ananimous agreements, please speak up NOW.
>
>Carl-Uno
>
>
>Carl-Uno Manros
>Principal Engineer - Advanced Printing Standards - Xerox Corporation
>701 S. Aviation Blvd., El Segundo, CA, M/S: ESAE-231
>Phone +1-310-333 8273, Fax +1-310-333 5514
>Email: manros@cp10.es.xerox.com
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