With respect to 'fast tracking' of PWG Raster spec, note
that the status phases Initial/Interim/Protoype/Stable must
occur, per PWG Process/3.0.
Except for waiving the PWG Process/3.0 requirement
for a PWG Last Call to span a PWG face-to-face, there
is little the PWG Steering Committee can do to 'fast
track' this spec.
And during the Prototype phase an actual prototype of
substantial amounts of the base spec must be performed,
reported on, and reviewed by the IPP WG.
For comparison, PDF/is had *every* required and
optional field prototyped. Wire formats need to be
very stable before adopting them.
I can't speak to Mike Sweet's editing priorities, but the
main IPP Everywhere (profiles) and IPP JPS3 specs
are high priority for their Cloud Imaging WG and MFD
Ira McDonald (Musician / Software Architect)
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Co-Chair - TCG Hardcopy WG
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On Tue, Feb 8, 2011 at 10:23 AM, Petrie, Glen <glen.petrie at eitc.epson.com>wrote:
> Epson would like in endorse the IPP working group’s fast tracking of the
> PWG/IPP raster specification / standard. Epson would like to further
> encourage and endorse the PWG Steering committee in approving a (very) fast
> tracking of the of PWG/IPP Raster specification / standard.
>>>> Epson supports the currently proposed format of the raster format provided
> that the format is “streamable” in order to eliminate the need for printers
> to provide buffering of full pages.
>>>> If the format has a REQUIRED color space, and Epson is not proposing that
> there should be a REQUIRED color space; then Epson would like to propose and
> support 24-bit sRGB
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