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Wireshark 2.4.0 includes improved IPP dissector Jul 27, 2017

Wireshark 2.4.0, which was announced on July 19, 2017, is now available for download. This release includes a much improved IPP dissector, which will benefit all who are inspecting IPP traffic in Wireshark.

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PWG Format Vote: Mapping CIP4 JDF to PWG Print Job Ticket v1.0 (JDFMAP) Jul 14, 2017

The PWG Formal Vote of the Mapping CIP4 JDF to PWG Print Job Ticket v1.0 (JDFMAP) informational document is now underway. The voting period ends August 28, 2017.

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PWG Formal Vote: PWG 3D Print Job Ticket and Associated Capabilities v1.0 (PJT3D) (concluded) Jul 6, 2017

The PWG Formal Vote of the PWG 3D Print Job Ticket and Associated Capabilities v1.0 (PJT3D) informational document is now underway. The voting period ends August 18, 2017.

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PWG Last Call of PWG 3D Print Job Ticket (concluded) May 25, 2017

The PWG Last Call of the PWG 3D Print Job Ticket and Associated Capabilities v1.0 has begun. This document describes the PWG Semantic Model Print3D service schema for embedded Job Tickets. The schema is based on the IPP 3D Printing Extensions v1.0 (3D) and suitable for data exchange and embedding within common 3D file formats such as 3MF and 3D PDF documents so that user intent is preserved regardless of the transport or workflow used.

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PWG Last Call of JDFMAP (concluded) May 18, 2017

The PWG Last Call of the Mapping CIP4 JDF to PWG Print Job Ticket v1.0 (JDFMAP) specification has begun. This document defines a recommended mapping from XML objects and attributes in the CIP4 Job Definition Format [CIP4JDF] to XML elements in the PWG Print Job Ticket and Associated Capabilities [PWG5108.7].

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May 2017 PWG Face-to-Face Meeting - Summary May 9, 2017

The Printer Working Group held a “virtual” face-to-face meeting via WebEx teleconferences on May 2-4, 2017. This event was held in collaboration with Linux Foundation OpenPrinting Workgroup. Sessions were presented by both organizations over the event‘s 3 days. Representatives from HP, Xerox, Lexmark, Apple, Canon, Oki, Artifex and Canonical attended the meetings. We discussed status of current projects and liaisons with other groups, and reviewed several drafts of in-progress specifications. Read on for a more detailed summary of the proceedings.

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PWG Approved: IPP Finishings v2.1 (FIN) Mar 17, 2017

PWG Candidate Standard 5100.1-2017: IPP Finishings v2.1 (FIN) has been approved. This specification defines new “finishings” and “finishings-col” Job Template attribute values to specify additional finishing intent, including the placement of finishings with respect to the corners and edges of portrait and landscape documents, expanding on the definitions from Finishings 2.0 (5100.1-2015).

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PWG Approved: IPP 3D Printing Extensions v1.0 (3D) Mar 16, 2017

PWG Candidate Standard 5100.21-2017: IPP 3D Printing Extensions v1.0 (3D) has been approved. This specification defines an extension to the Internet Printing Protocol and IPP Everywhere that supports printing of physical objects by Additive Manufacturing devices such as 3D printers.

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February 2017 PWG Face-to-Face Meeting - Summary Feb 24, 2017

The Printer Working Group February 2017 Face-to-Face meeting was held February 14-15, 2017, at Apple‘s facilities in Sunnyvale, CA. We discussed the future of the Semantic Model Workgroup efforts, reviewed specifications in or nearing completion of PWG Formal Vote, reviewed drafts of in-progress specifications, and discussed liaison status with a number of partners, including some partnerships relating to 3D printing.

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November 2016 PWG Face-to-Face Meeting - Summary Nov 18, 2016

The Printer Working Group November 2016 Face-to-Face meeting was held November 14-15, 2016. It was a “virtual face-to-face” meeting - all via teleconference / WebEx. We discussed current and future liaisons with other groups, reviewed several drafts of in-progress specifications, discussed topics concerning printers / MFDs and Common Criteria (CC) testing and certification, and reviewed efforts to evolve the PWG Semantic Model. Below is a more detailed summary of the proceedings.

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