An outline proposal
Dennis E. Hamilton
dennis.hamilton at acm.org
Wed Oct 13 20:07:10 CEST 2010
" I don't think we are clean-sheeting, and I will resist any effort to do
I meant with regard to the fundamentals of Zip that are the substrate needed
for document applications. I think there may need to be some creativity
with regard to additional glue needed inside a Zip/D for document
applications, but that doesn't interfere with Zip compatibility in the
larger world of Zip usage.
From: Dennis E. Hamilton [mailto:dennis.hamilton at acm.org]
Sent: Wednesday, October 13, 2010 11:04
To: 'Dave Pawson'; 'ISO Zip'
Subject: RE: An outline proposal
I don't know which acronyms you mean.
PDF/A is Portable Document Format for Archives, and ISO Standard.
TIFF/F is Tagged Image File Format for Fax, a standard (ITU I think) profile
for use in carrying Fax images. If you have Fax software, it probably uses
TIFF/F in some form.
OPC = Open Packaging Conventions, a specification originally from Microsoft
that is part of IS 29500:2006 and that has a Zip representation although it
is not limited to Zip.
What else did I miss?
I assume that we are talking about surfacing a definition for Zip (an
industry standard of sorts) that can be used as a stable, normative
reference for application in document-format specifications.
I don't think we are clean-sheeting, and I will resist any effort to do so.
From: sc34wg1study-bounces at vse.cz [mailto:sc34wg1study-bounces at vse.cz] On
Behalf Of Dave Pawson
Sent: Wednesday, October 13, 2010 10:39
To: ISO Zip
Subject: Re: An outline proposal
You're going to have to expand your acronyms for me Dennis,
way too many that I don't understand.
I purposely kept my ideas above implementation/how,
you've dived straight in, pulling from many implementations etc.
I'd prefer to move down from what we need/require,
then stop when we reach treacherous/implementation levels?
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