I like this new attribute, but...
I think that the remediation info belongs locally in existing
"printer-state-message" and "printer-alert-description"
(mapped from Printer MIB remediation info), i.e., can be
found without fetching an external web page.
While the how-to-order info may be appropriate in this new
attribute, though I have seen it put in "printer-more-info"
Or was your intent that this web page was served by the
printer itself? I think that implementation would introduce
freshness problems, i.e., distributors for resupply change
Ira McDonald (Musician / Software Architect)
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On Fri, Mar 18, 2011 at 7:38 PM, Michael Sweet <msweet at apple.com> wrote:
>> After some offline discussions I propose the following new attribute for
>> printer-supply-info-uri (uri)
>> The RECOMMENDED "printer-supply-info-uri" Printer attribute provides
> a "http:" or "https:" URI referring to a human-readable web page describing
> the current supply levels, part numbers, and other
> information, controls, and hyperlinks relevant to the Printer's supplies.
> The URI MUST use the “http” or “https” scheme with the printer as the
> destination host - external URIs are not allowed.
>>> The ultimate purpose is to allow a client to display a printer's supply
> levels in a web browser (or other web-enabled UI) and (potentially) find or
> order replacement supplies. It can also provide remediation instructions
> (i.e. how to replace/refill/empty) a supply, etc.
> Michael Sweet, Senior Printing System Engineer, PWG Chair
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