It seems to me that there is a great benefit of immediate understanding of
using the name "FAX" (or some obvious derivative of it, such as IFAX or PFAX
or some other letter prefix). Also, it seems that it would help get the ITU
involved as well.
If the concern is with overlap with Full Mode IFAX, the Full Mode IFAX has a
number of advantages and the IFAX over IPP has a number of advantages.
Can't there be two "transport" bindings of the same "FAX-like" semantics?
One using SMTP transport and the other using IPP transport?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Richard Shockey [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Thursday, March 04, 1999 01:07
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: IPP> IPP2IFAX BOF - HI-FI DOCS Tuesday 16
> It seems that we have a room and a schedule for the IPP2IFAX
> BOF ..soon to
> be called HI-FI DOCS or whatever the consensus is ....
> I will try to have a draft agenda/charter etc ready by Monday
> of next week
> since I am in transit.
> If there are any items or suggestions folks would like to make for the
> agenda please email me or the list and I'll be delighted to
> include them.
> ciao ---
> TUESDAY, March 16, 1999
> 0800-1700 IETF Registration - Ballroom Foyer
> 0800-0900 Continental Breakfast - Ballroom Foyer
> 0900-1000 Morning Sessions I
> Rochester APP ipp2ifax Internet Print Protocol and
> Internet Fax
> Duluth APP sieve Sieve Mail Filtering Language BOF
> Salon G OPS ngtrans Next Generation Transition WG
> Hennepin/Carver OPS rps Routing Policy System WG
> Salon D RTG mobileip IP Routing for
> Wireless/Mobile Hosts WG *
> Marquette/LaSalle SEC xmldsig XML Digital Signatures BOF
> Salon A TSV malloc Multicast-Address Allocation WG *
> Salon EF TSV megaco Media Gateway Control WG
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