IPP Mail Archive: IPP> NOT - Few minor remaining issues in I

IPP Mail Archive: IPP> NOT - Few minor remaining issues in I

IPP> NOT - Few minor remaining issues in IPP Notification Spec

From: Hastings, Tom N (hastings@cp10.es.xerox.com)
Date: Tue Mar 07 2000 - 17:47:42 EST

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    I'm just about ready to publish the Notification Spec again, and have found
    the following issues. If we could resolve them (except Issue 02) on the
    mailing list and discuss at tomorrow's IPP telecon, I can update before
    making the Internet-Draft that we want to send out for IPP WG Last Call:

    ISSUE 01 - Ok to include the notification delivery scheme names 'ipp:',
    'indp:', 'mailto:', and 'snmp:' that are in progress as example values of
    the "notify-recipient" (uri) attribute?

    ISSUE 02 - Once a number of delivery solutions have been developed and
    evaluated, we may want to make one or several of them REQUIRED for
    implementation to ensure a minimum set of interoperability. Which one or
    ones should be REQUIRED?

    ISSUE 03: OK to allow the "persistent-jobs-supported" (boolean) Printer
    Description attribute to be settable?

    ISSUE 04: OK to allow the "persistent-subscriptions-supported" (boolean)
    Printer Description attribute to be settable?

    ISSUE 05 - Can an implementation extend the Notification Content to include
    an attribute that uses the 'collection' attribute syntax? If so, should we
    REQUIRE that Notification Recipients that can accept Machine Consumable
    Notifications, be able to accept the 'collection' attribute syntax?

    ISSUE 06: Ok that "notify-charset" and "notify-natural-language" member
    attributes don't follow the "xxx-supported" rule for collection member
    attributes, since the "xxx-supported" attributes are "charset-supported" and
    "generated-natural-language-supported", respectively, instead of
    "notify-charset-supported" and "notify-natural-language-supported"?

    Thanks,
    Tom



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