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Re: Good to see a hint of progress

From: <AndrewWatt2001@aol.com>
Date: Tue, 18 Feb 2003 04:25:00 EST
Message-ID: <1d4.3025126.2b8355ec@aol.com>
To: chris@w3.org, public-svg-print@w3.org
In a message dated 18/02/2003 09:03:58 GMT Standard Time, chris@w3.org 
writes:


> On Tuesday, February 18, 2003, 9:29:01 AM, AndrewWatt2001 wrote:
> 
> 
> Aac> It's good to see, with the creation of this list, a hint that a draft 
> SVG 
> Aac> print profile is (implicitly) going to hit the public domain soon.
> 
> Hi Andrew.
> 
> Well, typically a requirements document comes first.

Hi Chris,

Um ... :) ... I didn't say the print profile would be *next*. :)

A Requirements WD would be a good start.

> 
> Aac> At least I assume that is what this list will be about. :)
> 
> Its about using SVG for print - not just 'print this SVG file i am
> viewing' but also 'generate SVG in print driver for sending to
> SVG-enabled printer'. This may or may not require a separate profile.
> It could also be a set of efficiency guidelines, color matching
> guidelines, and information for optimising workflows.
> 

I am waiting with interest to see what emerges. 

For example, how many of the issues raised at SVG Open 2002 by Canon about 
use of SVG as page description language,
http://www.svgopen.org/papers/2002/danilo_fujisawa__svg_as_page_description_la

nguage/
will be addressed,  what additional colour spaces might be added etc.

Andrew Watt
P.S. Did you receive a private email I sent you a few days ago? With the 
increase in spam I tend to wonder if spam filters are being over zealous at 
times with AOL mail.
Received on Tuesday, 18 February 2003 04:25:42 GMT

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