PWG> Ballot Results: 3 Printer Working Group Standards documents

PWG> Ballot Results: 3 Printer Working Group Standards documents

PWG> Ballot Results: 3 Printer Working Group Standards documents

Cindy Tiritilli c.tiritilli at
Tue Jan 23 12:39:01 EST 2001

Dear PWG Company Representatives,

The balloting period for 3 Printer Working Group Standards documents was 
extended until and closed on January 19, 2001.  On behalf of Carl-Uno 
Manros, Chair of the PWG IPP WG, I have attached the FINAL Ballot Results 
for the documents listed below in an .xls file.

*   Internet Printing Protocol (IPP):
       Override Attributes for Documents and Pages
*   Internet Printing Protocol (IPP):
        "output-bin" attribute extension
*   Internet Printing Protocol (IPP):
       "finishings" attribute values extension


Cindy Tiritilli, Program Manager
Printer Working Group (PWG), a program of the IEEE-ISTO
445 Hoes Lane * PO Box 1331
Piscataway, NJ 08855-1331  USA
voice: +1-732-981-3434
fax:    +1-509-355-5073
email: c.tiritilli at

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Manros, Carl-Uno B [mailto:cmanros at]
>Sent: Monday, December 18, 2000 2:39 PM
>Subject: Voting on 3 Printer Working Group Standards documents - Closing
>Date January 12, 2001
>PWG Company Representatives,
>The following 3 documents have been developed by the PWG IPP WG and are now
>ready for final voting as PWG Standards Documents.
>The voting process will officially start today, and taking the holidays into
>consideration will end on January 12, 2001.
>Only one vote is allowed per company/PWG member.
>For your information, the paragraphs on voting from the PWG Standards
>Process document are in section 6.4 at:
>Here are the 3 documents with references. The PDF version is the official
>PWG document, the other two formats are for your convenience.
>Their titles and abstracts are, respectively:
>Internet Printing Protocol (IPP): Override Attributes for Documents and
>         This document specifies an extension to the Internet Printing
>Protocol/1.0 (IPP) [RFC2565, RFC2566] and IPP/1.1 [ipp-mod, ipp-pro]. This
>extension relaxes the restriction that each attribute value is the same for
>all pages, all documents and all document copies within a job. For example,
>with this extension, page 1 of a job could have a different media from the
>other pages in the job or document 2 of a job could be stapled while the
>other documents of the job are not. As another example, the first ten copies
>of a document could be printed on letter paper and stapled while the
>eleventh copy of the same document could be printed on transparencies with
>no staple.
>         This extension supports document overrides and page overrides by
>adding two new Job Template attributes: "document-overrides" and
>"page-overrides" -- both have a syntax type of "1setOf collection". Each
>'collection' value for "document-overrides" contains an attribute that
>identifies the overridden documents, namely "input-documents" or
>"output-documents". The 'collection' value also contains one or more
>attributes that are overrides for the identified documents, e.g.
>"document-format", "finishings", and "media". Each 'collection' value for
>"page-overrides" contains two attributes that identify the overridden pages,
>namely  "input-documents" or "output-documents" plus "pages". The
>'collection' value also contains one or more attributes that are overrides
>for the identified pages, e.g. "sides" and "media". When the overrides apply
>to some but not all  document copies, the 'collection' value for
>"document-overrides" or "page-overrides" contains the attribute of
>         This extension also supports subset finishing by adding a new Job
>Template attribute "pages-per-subset", which specifies the number of pages
>per subset. The extension allows finishing and other document attributes to
>be applied to such subsets of pages.
>Internet Printing Protocol (IPP): "output-bin" attribute extension
>This document defines an extension to the IPP/1.0 [RFC2566] & IPP/1.1
>[RFC2911] Model and Semantics specification for the OPTIONAL "output-bin"
>(type2 keyword | name(MAX)) Job Template attribute.  This attribute allows
>the client to specify in which output bin a job is to be placed and to query
>the Printer's default and supported output bins.
>Internet Printing Protocol (IPP): "finishings" attribute values extension
>         This document specifies the additional enum values 'fold', 'trim',
>'bale', 'booklet-maker', 'jog-offset', 'bind-left', 'bind-top',
>'bind-right', and 'bind-bottom' for the IPP "finishings" Job Template
>attribute for use with the Internet Printing Protocol/1.0 (IPP) [RFC2566,
>RFC2565] and Internet Printing Protocol/1.1 (IPP) [RFC2911, RFC2910].  This
>attribute permits the client to specify additional finishing options,
>including values that include a specification of a coordinate system for the
>placement of finishings operation with respect to the corners and edges of
>portrait and landscape documents.
>Carl-Uno Manros
>Chair of the PWG IPP WG
>Manager, Print Services
>Xerox Architecture Center - Xerox Corporation
>701 S. Aviation Blvd., El Segundo, CA, M/S: ESAE-231
>Phone +1-310-333 8273, Fax +1-310-333 5514
>Email: manros at
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