IPP Mail Archive: IPP> PWG media size name mini-project

IPP Mail Archive: IPP> PWG media size name mini-project

IPP> PWG media size name mini-project

From: Hastings, Tom N (hastings@cp10.es.xerox.com)
Date: Wed Jan 17 2001 - 12:57:06 EST

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    To: Ron and others interested in the PWG mini-project to compile an open
    list of standard media size names for use in IPP "media" attribute, UPnP,
    Bluetooth, Printer MIB, IPP FAX, Internet FAX, etc.

    At the December UPnP Imaging WG meeting, the they requested that the PWG
    compile a list of standard media size names, rather than inventing its own
    set for UPnP. Other protocols have the same requirements and slightly
    different sets of lists. Having a single set of media size names will help
    a lot. There may need to be alias names for a few sizes where there are
    different names for the same media size.

    At the December PWG meeting, Ron Bergman volunteered to start making a list.
    Mike Shepherd from Xerox is willing to work with Ron on this.

    Please take a look at the compilation that Jim Lo from Sun compiled (see
    attached email fragment) and sent to the IPP and UPD DLs in November. He
    researched the IPP, GPD, and PPD (and others) for media size names and
    compiled a list that he sorted by size name, by size, and by source. I've
    converted his .html to LANDSCAPE .doc and .pdf so that it prints without
    truncation. I've copied it to a new sub-directory: new_MEDIA (which we can
    use for the media object in the future as well). I've also copied two RFCs
    that have media sizes for Internet FAX (see email attached from Lloyd
    McIntyre).

    ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/ipp/new_MEDIA/papersizes-ipp-gpd-ppd.pdf
    ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/ipp/new_MEDIA/papersizes-ipp-gpd-ppd.doc
    ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/ipp/new_MEDIA/papersizes-ipp-gpd-ppd.htm
    ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/ipp/new_MEDIA/rfc2534.txt
    ftp://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/ipp/new_MEDIA/rfc2879.txt

    Thanks,
    Tom

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Jim Lo [mailto:Jim.Lo@eng.sun.com]
    Sent: Tuesday, November 14, 2000 12:37
    To: upd@pwg.org; ipp@pwg.org
    Subject: IPP> Re: UPD> registered parameters

    Hi,

    Just in case it may be of any help, attached please find the collection of
    all predefined paper sizes
    from many standards (number of entries -- all:175 / IPP:73 / GPD:117 /
    PPD:151)

    Best regards

    ...................

    Table of Content
    ----------------

      A. PaperSizes (all/GPD/PPD/IPP/TIPSI/ISO/JIS) Sorted By Name/Size
      B. Feature/Option Display Names For en_US Locale

    Outline
    -------

      A. PaperSizes (all/GPD/PPD/IPP/TIPSI/ISO/JIS) Sorted By Name/Size
      

         
         1. All PaperSizes (Sorted By Name)
         2. All PaperSizes (Sorted By Size)
         3. IPP PaperSizes (Sorted By Size)
         4. PPD PaperSizes (Sorted By Size)
         5. GPD PaperSizes (Sorted By Size)
         
     //The table contains the option keywords currently registered for all
    (version 1.0) PaperSize feature,
     //which designates a given physical paper size on a printing device. Most
    of those predefined options
     //are from the following standards:
     //
     // IPP: Internet Printing Protocol (PWG)
     //
     // ISO: International Standard Organization
     //
     // JIS: Japanese Industry Standard
     //
     // TIPSI: Transport Independent Print System Interface (Lexmark)
     //
     // PPD: PostScript Printer Description format (Adobe)
     //
     // GPD: Generic Printer Description format (Microsoft)

    -----Original Message-----
    From: McIntyre, Lloyd
    Sent: Tuesday, November 21, 2000 17:41
    To: Hastings, Tom N; McIntyre, Lloyd; Hastings, Tom N
    Cc: McDonald, Ira; Herriot, Robert; Buckley, Robert R
    Subject: RE: IANA registry of media size names [where's the beef?]

    Tom,
    The beef [media size names for Internet FAX] is in the two RFC references,
    RFC 2534 (Section 2: Media Feature Registrations) and 2879 (Appendix A:
    Feature registrations). This list no where as exhaustive as that you have
    provided. It is, however, open for expansion.

    Lloyd



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