We discussed the results of the poll on NLO 3 and NLO 4. The participants
leaning towards answering NLO 3 with YES, but NLO 4 with NO (although most
had said YES on the DL). The reason for the latter is that it would break
some existing implementations. Tom Hastings will write up the detailed
and post them separately, we expect to confirm the final outcome in Tucson.
Highest priority for the Tucson meeting will be to get full agreements on
remaining minor fixes that we want to do to our IPP drafts, including review
the new Implementer's Guide document. Tom has produced an intermediate
of the Model document for review and Bob will provide one for the Protocol
We also discussed the new proposal from Ira McDonald on a "light weight"
the IPP URL Scheme. Ira's proposal limits the use of the scheme to the user
which means that neither protocol nor IPP Printer implementations would be
This approach found more approval than the previously suggested versions
from the ADs,
and it was decided that our new version of the IPP URL Scheme would document
proposal. This does not mean that we yet have either IPP WG or AD support
for the new
solution, but it seems to have more potential for consensus than the
Carl-Uno has alerted the ADs about Ira's proposal, and they will review it
Carl-Uno suggested that people start thinking about what they would like to
in the next IPP bake-off, tentatively planned for February 1999, and bring
to the Tucson meeting. Genoa seems to have woken up to the need for a
operator for IPP and will send Amar Rajan to participate in Tucson.
As we will meet in Tucson next week, there will be no phone conference. Next
phone conference is hence on November 18.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org