Meeting called to order by Ira McDonald at 1pm US Eastern. Minutes taken by Ira McDonald.
- Progress report - Ubuntu Desktop Indabas announcement from Heather Ellsworth - What is the Ubuntu Desktop Team Indaba? Indaba is a South African term for "a conference or consultation between people". This will be a live stream event, featuring members of the Ubuntu Desktop Team and members of the community. To get a feel for what to expect, you can review the last Indaba event on YouTube from July 30, 2021. - To keep up a consistent cadence of these Indabas, we've decided to have them he last Friday of the month, every month. (The actual time of day may change a bit as we work out scheduling kinks that may arise), - Ubuntu Desktop Indabas - OpenPrinting presentation on 27 August 2021 - In this month's Ubuntu Desktop Indabas edition, on Friday 27 August 2021 5pm UTC, it is all about printing and what's new in this area. Therefore the special guests will be Till Kamppeter and Michael Sweet (author of CUPS, PAPPL, did important parts of IPP and Driverless Printing) and they will present the newest state-of-the-art and of course be open for questions from the Ubuntu users. - The event will be streamed live on YouTube and Twitch, both with live chat (links on the announcement page). - Thanks a lot to the creator and main organizer of the Ubuntu Indabas, Heather Ellsworth, and also to the others from the team, Monica Ayhens-Madon and Rhys Davies. - See you there!
- Progress report - OpenPrinting Micro-Conference - Approved on 19 July 2021 - Final abstract published on 22 July 2021 - We got accepted for our third Openprinting Micro-Conference on the Linux Plumbers Conference 2021 taking place from Monday to Friday 20-24 September 2021 at the same place as last year: On the wider Internet! - With the COVID-19 situation improving, some conferences are slowly coming back to be in-person, but with still many travel restrictions we will have an online conference again. But it has also an advantage, as we can freely choose the speakers without having to worry about travel expenses. Also it is easier for anyone to listen in on the live stream. - The date of OpenPrinting's Micro-Conference is not yet determined, so please keep an eye on the web site of Linux Plumbers (Aveek suggested Monday 20 September).
- Progress report - 600 printers certified for IPP Everywhere v1.0 - 125 printers certified for IPP Everywhere v1.1
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- Progress report - Current PAPPL release is v1.0.3 on 21 April 2021. - See also the currently open and closed issues of PAPPL (see links above).
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- Progress report - PostScript Printer Application in the Snap Store, Call for testing on the snapcraft.io forum and on the Ubuntu Discourse, more than 1300 installations via Snap Store - Till did not add anything new to the PostScript Printer Application as Till continued his work on the printer driver retro-fit library. The PostScript Printer Application will soon get switched over to be based on that library and this way receive new features, especially easier handling of color mode, print quality, and content optimization by the user. - With appropriate features added to PAPPL we will be able to also add the following: - Support for string/text-style vendor options. Needs support in PAPPL (Patch already applied in the Snap). - Human-readable strings for vendor options. Needs support in PAPPL. - Ink level check via ps_status() function. Needs support in PAPPL. - Once having these features implemented, the PostScript Printer Application will be complete so far.
- Progress report - Currently Till is continuing with the work towards retro-fitting classic CUPS printer drivers into Printer Applications. Till has continued to post sneak previews of the most important milestones at the usual place. - Here Till has especially done the following: - Easy printing on every printer using standard IPP options - Now the 3 IPP attributes print-color-mode, print-quality, and print-content-optimize (or equivalent options under "Printing defaults" in the web interface) will actually work, for nearly every existing PPD file (please tell if they do not work with yours). This allows easy control of every printer with the same operation scheme, no searching for the right options for 99% of the printing tasks, including high quality photo printing, quick and toner-saving draft prints, ..., and printing from restricted client interfaces, like phones (iOS directly, Android with Mopria app). The correct PPD options for the jobs are automatically selected internally. So simply make use of your (old) printer's capabilities with only 3 options/attributes! - For special needs not covered one only needs to switch the printer-specific options away from "automatic-selection" to manually fine-tune. Do not forget to get back to "automatic-selection" when done with the special job. - Tested with following PPD files: HPLIP ("hpcups" driver), Gutenprint, Foomatic ("bjc250gs" and "hl7x0" drivers), PostScript PPDs from Ricoh, Toshiba, and HP. - The most tricky part of this is to automatically find the options and choices in the PPD file which needs to get set for switching between color and grayscale printing, draft, normal, and high print quality, and for optimizing the output for photo, graphics, text, and text-and-graphics jobs, and that for ~10000 PPDs, where everyone has his own ideas about which parameters to make user-settable and how to name the options and choices for them. - This is implemented in libppd in cups-filters (probably the only new PPD file support feature which did not exist in CUPS). In the file ppd/ppd-cache.c, a data structure for advanced properties of the PPD file is created (by the ppdCacheCreateWithPPD() function. One of the items in the structure are the so-called presets. To each of the 6 combination of settings for print-color-mode (color/grayscale) and print-quality (draft/normal/high) a set of PPD option settings (as key/value pairs) is assigned to allow quick and easy printing with standard IPP attributes. Problem is that to make use of this functionality one has to define the presets in the PPD (via APPrinterPreset PPD attribute) but no one who creates PPDs did this actually and no one wants to create a database of presets for ~10000 PPDs manually. - So to finally (with PPDs already deprecated for many years and now active work happening to get rid of them) put live into this great idea, Till has added an algorithm to automatically generate the presets, in the new function ppdCacheAssignPresets() in the same file. This function gives scores to all PPD options on how much they influence grayscale/color printing and print quality by the names of the options and choices, and by embedded PostScript code affecting resolution, color space, and color depth. This way the relevance of each option for the presets is determined and which choice to set in each of the 6 presets. - And in addition to print-color-mode and print-quality combos Till also evaluates options for their influence on print-content-optimize (auto/photo/graphics/text/text-and-graphics) in the same function to create a preset for this. For auto the retro-fit library switches to photo on image file input and for PDF input it determines from which app the PDF is coming and chooses of the 4 content types appropriately. - The resolution support implicitly also selects up to 3 preferred resolutions (3 print qualities) and so the problem of PAPPL only supporting 4 resolutions for a printer is overcome. In the Printer Application we simply select the resolutions which are set by the presets. We also make use of the fact that PAPPL does not set the default resolution but selects the lowest/middle/highest resolution from the list for draft/normal/high print quality (note here that for PAPPL selecting the correct "normal" resolution we have to list one resolution twice in some cases - this is not a bug). - Filter function chains for format conversions - This change in the retro-fit library allows to use a chain of any number of filter functions, both in the conversions for spooling printing mode and also in the formats for streaming printing mode. This way we especially add the pdftopdf() filter function (former pdftopdf CUPS filter), when PDF is the input format in spooling mode, so that the pages get rotated into the destination page format of the printer, the print-scaling attribute correctly applied, ... and, in the streaming mode for printers with pure PDF PPD files, the PJL commands of the PPD get correctly applied to the PDF output by the pdftopdf() filter function. - Streaming mode for filter functions - In streaming printing mode (input is PWG/Apple Raster or an image) we instruct the filters to stream the job data and not load the whole job into a temporary file or into memory only to check which format it is and whether it perhaps does not contain any page for printing. For that we supply the boolean option filter-streaming-mode to the filters/filter functions in the filter chain. In cups-filters, now pdftopdf(), ghostscript(), and foomatic-rip support this streaming mode. pdftopdf() drops the whole processing by QPDF (adjustment of page size and orientation, number-up, page-ranges, ...) and only applies JCL/PJL commands from the PPD and the other two filters assume the input being PostScript (the other alternative, PDF is not streamable anyway) and do not check whether the input is a zero-page job. - Support for CUPS backends - Now we are adding the last major feature for the CUPS driver retro-fitting framework: Support for CUPS backends - Several classic CUPS drivers do not only consist of PPDs and filters but also bring a CUPS backend, or several of them. HPLIP provides one to talk with USB printers in IEEE-1284 packet mode, protocol 3, 7/1/3. By the way, protocol 1 is uni-directional stream, protocol 2 bi-directional stream (both supported by PAPPL's own USB scheme and the usb CUPS backend) and protocol 4 is IPP-over-USB (needs the ipp-usb extra daemon to work as a network IPP printer). Another one coming with HPLIP supports faxing on many HP printers. Gutenprint has one for the totally proprietary USB protocol of many dye-sub printers. - To be able to correctly retro-fit this into a Printer Application, Till has now added a custom PAPPL scheme, named "cups" to which a backend directory and include/exclude lists for backends in that directory can get assigned. This scheme integrates the backends in the Printer Application, listing all devices which the backends discover (when all run in turn without arguments, like lpinfo -v in CUPS) and allowing to add printers using them. - This is not complete yet. It is an interim snapshot. For now, it only lists the devices (so you see them in the "Device:" list of the "Add Printer" web interface page, but when adding a printer using such a device, it will not print, as the communication for job execution is not implemented yet. You only can see that the devices got correctly discovered from within the Printer Application. If you actually want to print you have to select one of PAPPL's own devices. - Till has also implemented the back channel and side channel concepts of CUPS' filters and backends, so that classic drivers which use them, will correctly work, and also some functionality of PAPPL's device concept will work better then. Some of the implementation is in cups-filters (especially in the filterExternalCUPS() filter function which Till has also added CUPS backend support to). - The implementation for actual job processing will come soon.
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- Progress report - CUPS Snap in the Snap Store, Call for testing on the snapcraft.io forum and on the Ubuntu Discourse, more than 2200 installations via Snap Store - Till is still waiting for the snapd team to implement the security concept on the snapd side, but unfortunately, they are very busy currently. - Unfortunately, no news on this. - Main TODOs are: - Complete the security concept on the snapd side, especially implement the content interfaces (see above) - Testing - Turn classic CUPS drivers into Printer Applications (see progress below) - Add a migration script so that OS distributions can easily switch over from classic packages to the CUPS Snap
- CUPS (Mike) - Current release is OP CUPS v2.3.3op2 on 1 February 2021. - Development of CUPS 2.4 is in progress, currently mainly fixing of bugs which were reported to Apple's CUPS GitHub in the last 18 months. - Ubuntu Impish Indri (21.10, Feature Freeze next week) will also come with CUPS 2.3.3op2. The CUPS Snap and the PostScript Printer Application Snap use the current GitHub master. - Changes mainly happened in the build system and in the support for different system platforms. Also new logos were added. - There is no new entry in CHANGES.md. - CUPS Filters Summary (Till) - Current release is v1.28.9 on 15 June 2021 - Feature additions are principally done for retro-fitting classic CUPS drivers, see details in the separate section, but also work of our GSoC students: - Added auto-generation of presets for PPD files, to easily control the printing via print-color-mode, print-quality, and print-content-optimize, with any of more than 10000 PPD files. - Added support for CUPS backends in both discovery (no arguments lpinfo -v) and job processing mode, especially in the filterExternalCUPS() filter function. - Added support for the back channel and side channel which CUPS uses for communication between filters and the backend. - ghostscript(): Added raster-only PDF and PCLm output support (for this also reported a Ghostscript bug that the new "pclm" and "pdfimageXX" output devices need seekable output files and the Ghostscript developers fixed it within a few days!) - foomatic-rip, ghostscript(), pdftopdf(): Added streaming mode for filters, to be activated by the filter-streaming-mode boolean option. - pwgtoraster(): Added support for borderless printing with overspray, stretching the input image by some pixels to file the overspray size. - libppd: In ppdCacheGetPageSize() also checked page size variants (like A4 and A4.Borderless) taking the paper dimensions of the base size and only the margins of the variants, to overcome different paper dimensions in the variants (for example for borderless with oversparay). - Improved the sample PPD files for PDF printers: Added borderless page size definitions, removed redundant *cupsFilter2 lines, fixed bugs (all discovered on testing under the retro-fitting Printer Application). - Nearly all filters are filter functions now and can be used both with PPD files and with printer and job IPP attributes. - Also some bug fixes were done: - pwgtoraster(): Do not apply back side orientation for duplex printing, it is the responsibility of other filter functions. - Several minor clean-ups and fixes - Ubuntu Impish Indri (21.10, Feature Freeze next week) will come with cups-filters v1.28.10 (to be released soon). The CUPS Snap currently uses v1.28.9. The PostScript Printer Application Snap uses the current GIT master of cups-filters. - CUPS Filters release v2.0.0 planned changes (Till) - libcupsfilters, texttopdf: Moved core functionality of texttopdf into the texttopdf() filter function (Pull request #404). - libcupsfilters: The filterExternalCUPS() function. Now supports also to run CUPS backends in discovery mode (without command line arguments and without input stream, list of discovered printers in output stream). - libcupsfilters: Added support for the back and side channels which CUPS uses for additional communication between the filters and the backend into the filter function infrastructure. Now filter functions can use these channels and also CUPS filters or backends called via the filterExternalCUPS() function. Printer Applications can easily create the needed pipes via the new function filterOpenBackAndSidePipes() and clode them via filterCloseBackAndSidePipes() and filter functions used as classic CUPS filters get the appropriate file descriptors supplied by ihe filterCUPSWrapper() function. - libcupsfilters: Added raster-only PDF and PCLm output support to the ghostscript() filter function. Note that these are experimental and not yet suitable for using in print filter chains, as they require a seekable output file and PCLm does not support back side orientation for duplex. - libcupsfilters, foomatic-rip: Added new streaming mode triggered by the boolean "filter-streaming-mode" option. In this mode a filter (function) is supposed to avoid everything which prevents the job data from streaming, as loading the whole job (or good part of it) into a temporary file or into memory, interpreting PDF, pre-checking input file type or zero-page jobs, ... This is mainly to be used by Printer Applications when they do raster printing in streaming mode, to run with lowest resources possible. Currently foomatic-rip, ghostscript(), and pdftopdf() got a streaming mode. For the former two PostScript (not PDF) is assumed as input and no zero-page-job check is done, in the latter all QPDF processing (page management, page size adjustment, ...) is skipped and only JCL according to the PPD added. - Sample PPDs: Add borderless page size definitions to Generic PDF Printer, HP Color LaserJet CM3530 MFP PDF, and Ricoh PDF Printer PPD files. - Sample PPDs: From the PDF PPD files removed the unneeded "*cupsFilters2: ..." line. For CUPS it does not make any difference and the PPD-retro-fitting Printer Applications do not accept the PPDs with it. - libppd: In ppdCacheCreateWithPPD() also support presets for print-ontent-optimize, not only for print-color-mode and print-quality - libppd: Auto-pre-fill the presets with most suitable options from the PPD files with new ppdCacheAssignPresets() function (Only if not filled via "APPrinterPreset" in the PPD). This way we can use the IPP options print-color-mode, print-quality, and print-content-optimize in a PPD/CUPS-driver-retro-fitting Printer Application with most PPDs. - libppd: In the ppdCacheGetPageSize() function do not only check the fit of the margins with the page size matching the job's page size (like "A4") but also the margins of the variants (like "A4.Borderless"), even if the variant's size dimensions differ from the base size (and the physical paper size), for example for overspray in borderless printing mode (HPLIP does this). Also select a borderless variant only if the job requests borderless (all margins zero). - CUPS Filters release v1.28.10 planned changes (Till) - gstoraster: Refactor the filter a little to clarify handling of page counts and set job-impressions for TotalPageCount in PWG-Raster header (Pull request #394). - cups-browsed: Make NotifLeaseDuration configurable and renew after half the lease duration not 60 sec before end. The early renewal improves reliability on busy systems a lot. For easier development and debugging short durations from 300 sec on can get selected (Pull request #378).
- GSoC 2021 - Our 5 students have continued their work and made further progress. All the filters of cups-filters (if not treated appropriately earlier) go through 3 student projects: First getting turned into a filter function by Pratyush, after that made working without PPD file but based on IPP attributes instead by Suraj, and finally landing in the universal CUPS filter/filter function by Pranshu. This will get completed in the last few weeks to go. Perfect team work! - Also Bhavna and Divyasheel made good progress. - On this month's OpenPrinting conference call all students participated again giving a short screen-share-based presentation of their GSoC projects. - There will be also a presentation of the GSoC projects on the PWG August 2021 Face-to-Face Meeting which takes place online on August 17-19, 2021. The GSoC presentation will be on 18 August 2021 at 10:00am to 10:30am EDT (UTC−04:00), with video demos of the students. - Here is a short summary about what got done: - cups-filters: Make sure all filter functions work without PPD files Student: Suraj Kulriya Mentors: Jai Luthra, Till Kamppeter, Dheeraj Yadav - Suraj made the following filter functions working also without PPD file, based on printer and job IPP attributes: pdftopdf() pclmtoraster() - Suraj again created some library functions for common functionality, this time ippRasterMatchIPPSize() and getBackSideAndHeaderDuplex() uploaded together with the changes on pclmtoraster(). - cups-filters: Convert filters to filter functions Student: Pratyush Ranjan Mentors: Till Kamppeter, Dheeraj Yadav - Pratyush converted the following CUPS filter to a filter function: texttopdf() - bannertopdf() is currently in the works. - cups-filters: Create a single, universal CUPS filter to replace the chain of individual filters Student: Pranshu Kharkwal Mentors: Till Kamppeter, Dheeraj Yadav - Pranshu is not only creating a nice universal CUPS filter, but by this he is also testing all the filter functions and so we discovered some oversights where new filter functions were still using stdin or stdout at some places instead of the new input and output file descriptors, making the universal filter hang or somehow else misbehave (like outputting a zero-page job). - Pranshu is up to texttopdf() with the support now. Most important still missing part is testing it with CUPS and creating the needed MIME conversion rule file. - See Pranshu's work on his GitHub branch. - GUI for listing and managing available IPP Print/Scan services (or DNS-SD-advertised network services in general) Student: Divyasheel Mentors: Till Kamppeter - Divyasheel is currently taking care of the correct device types getting listed, services from the same physical device grouped and duplicates skipped. He also takes care of the correct user action buttons be displayed for each service. - See Divyasheel's work on his GitHub branch. - PAPPL: Printer setup tool support and Scanning support Student: Bhavna Kosta Mentors: Jai Luthra, Till Kamppeter, Michael Sweet - Principally mentored by Michael Sweet, Bhavna is making good progress with the addition of scanning support to PAPPL. She has submitted a total of 4 pull requests. - The new pull request this month is "Add scanner-webif.c", adding web interface pages for scanners. - GSoC 2021 Timeline - DONE - 29 January 2021 - Organization Applications Open - Open source organizations that would like to participate as a mentor organization in this year's program can apply. - DONE - 19 February 2021 - Organization Application Deadline - All organizations wishing to be a part of GSoC 2021 must complete their applications. - DONE - 9 March 2021 - Organizations Announced - Linux Foundation accepted! - Interested students can now begin discussing project ideas with accepted mentor organizations. - DONE - 29 March 2021 to 13 April 2021 - Student Application Period - Students can register and submit their applications to mentor organizations. - DONE - 13 April 2021 to 17 May 2021 - Application Review Period - Organizations review and select student proposals. - DONE - 17 May 2021 - Student Projects Announced - Accepted students are paired with a mentor and start planning their projects and milestones. - DONE - 17 May 2021 to 7 June 2021 - Community Bonding - Students spend a month learning more about their organization’s community. - DONE - 12-16 July 2021 - Evaluations - Mentors and students submit their evaluations of one another. - DONE - 7 June 2021 to 16 August 2021 - Coding - Students work on their Google Summer of Code projects. - 16-23 August 2021 - Students Submit Code and Final Evaluations - Students submit their code, project summaries, and final evaluations of their mentors. - 23-30 August 2021 - Mentors Submit Final Evaluations - Mentors review student code samples and determine if the students have successfully completed their Google Summer of Code 2021 project. - 31 August 2021 - Results Announced - Students are notified of the pass/fail status of their Google Summer of Code 2021 projects.
- GSoD 2021 - With our application for this year’s Google Season of Docs, we did not get accepted.
- PWG Virtual F2F - 17-19 August 2021 - Ira/Aveek to attend - https://www.pwg.org/chair/meeting-info/meetings.html - Status of AMSC and ISO liaisons w/ PWG (Paul Tykodi) - http://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/general/sc/pwg-sc-call-minutes-20210517.htm - http://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/general/sc/pwg-sc-call-minutes-20210614.htm - http://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/general/sc/pwg-sc-call-minutes-20210628.htm - http://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/general/sc/pwg-sc-call-minutes-20210726.htm - see PWG Steering Committee minutes from 06/14/21, 06/28/21, 07/26/21 - PWG Hardcopy Device Security Guidelines v1.0 - Interim draft - https://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/ids/wd/wd-idshcdsec10-20210504-rev.pdf - for a Best Practice - Smith sent WiFi contributions on 14 December 2020 - PWG F2F review on 6 May 2021 - Schedule - Prototype draft in Q1/Q2 2022 - IPP Everywhere v1.1 Printer Self-Certification Tools Update 3 (Mike) - https://www.pwg.org/archives/ipp/2021/020938.html - HP and Lexmark feedback on the document format tests - for Update 3 - v1.1 Tools Update 3 approved on 16 June 2021 - v1.1 Tools Update 4 pending for bug in results submission tool - IPP Everywhere v1.1 certifications required after 1 July 2021 - IPP Workgroup Charter (Ira) - PWG Approved - http://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/ipp/charter/ch-ipp-charter-20210409.pdf - update for new IPP WG projects - PWG Approved on 9 April 2021 - IPP INFRA Cloud Proxy Registration (Cihan, Mike) - proposed - https://www.pwg.org/archives/ipp/2020/020688.html - https://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/ipp/slides/ipp-wg-agenda-november-20.pdf - for a Registration (near-term) - minor update of IPP System Service and IPP Infrastructure Printing - offline discussions with Microsoft about Universal Printing coherence - PWG Virtual F2F discussion on 6 May 2021 - Schedule - TBD - IPP Production Printing Ext v2.0 (Mike) - Prototype draft - https://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/ipp/wd/wd-ippppx20-20210809-rev.pdf - for a Candidate Standard - major update of PWG 5100.3-2001 - PWG Virtual F2F review on 7 May 2021 - Waiting on prototyping in ippsample - Schedule - Stable draft in Q3/Q4 2021 - IPP Finishings v3.0 (Smith) - Prototype draft - https://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/ipp/wd/wd-ippfinishings30-20210808-rev.pdf - for a Candidate Standard - major update of PWG 5100.1-2017 - PWG Virtual F2F status on 5 May 2021 - IPP WG review on 15 July 2021 - completed - Schedule - Stable draft in Q3/Q4 2021 - IPP Enterprise Printing Extensions v2.0 (Smith) - Prototype draft - https://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/ipp/wd/wd-ippepx20-20210423-rev.pdf - for a Candidate Standard - major update of PWG 5100.11-2010 - PWG Virtual F2F review on 6 May 2021 - IPP WG review on 29 July 2021 - completed - Schedule - Stable draft Q3/Q4 2021 - IPP Driverless Printing Extensions v2.0 (Smith) - Interim draft - https://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/ipp/wd-ippnodriver20-20201029-rev.pdf - for a Candidate Standard - major update of PWG 5100.13-2012 - PWG Virtual F2F review on 7 May 2021 - IPP WG review on 20 May 2021 - Schedule - Prototype draft in Q3/Q4 2021 - IPP 2.x (Mike/Ira) - Interim draft - https://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/ipp/wd/wd-ippbase23-20210424.pdf - https://github.com/istopwg/ippsample/wiki/Planned-PWG-Errata-Updates - major update of PWG 5100.12-2015 - point to new IPP PPX, EPX etc. - PWG Virtual F2F review on 6 May 2021 - Schedule - Prototype draft in Q3/Q4 2021 - IPP Encrypted Jobs and Documents (Mike/Smith) - Prototype draft - https://ftp.pwg.org/pub/pwg/ipp/wd/wd-ipptrustnoone10-20210519-rev.pdf - for a Candidate Standard - PWG Virtual F2F review on 6 May 2021 - Schedule - Stable draft in Q1 2022
- USENIX Security - 11-13 August 2021 - Ira to attend - https://www.usenix.org/conference/usenixsecurity21 - Sugar Island Music Festival - Sault Ste Marie, MI - 13-15 August 2021 - Ira to perform - https://sugarislandfest.org/ - PWG Virtual F2F - 17-19 August 2021 - Ira/Aveek to attend - https://www.pwg.org/chair/meeting-info/meetings.html - ISO TC22/SC32/WG12 Virtual F2F - 23-27 August 2021 - Ira to attend - https://www.iso.org/standard/77796.html (ISO 24089 Road Vehicles Software Update) - ISO TC22/SC32/WG12 Adhoc - 7 September 2021 - Ira to attend - https://www.iso.org/standard/77796.html (ISO 24089 Road Vehicles Software Update) - ISO TC22/SC32/WG12 Virtual F2F - 13-16 September 2021 - Ira to attend - https://www.iso.org/standard/77796.html (ISO 24089 Road Vehicles Software Update) - ISO TC22/SC32/WG12 Virtual F2F - 11-15 October 2021 - Ira to attend - https://www.iso.org/standard/77796.html (ISO 24089 Road Vehicles Software Update) - TCG Members Meeting Virtual F2F - 11-15 October 2021 - Ira to attend - https://trustedcomputinggroup.org/ - IETF 112 F2F - Madrid, Spain - 8-12 November 2021 - Ira to attend - https://www.ietf.org/how/meetings/112/ - IEEE 1609 Virtual F2F - 9 November 2021 - Ira to attend - https://standards.ieee.org/develop/wg/1609.html - PWG Virtual F2F - 9-11 November 2021 - Ira to attend - https://www.pwg.org/chair/meeting-info/meetings.html
Open Action Items
Next OP US/Europe/Brazil/India Conference Calls
- Tuesday 7 September 2021, Daytime - Web conference to be announced - Note - US Labor Day - 6 September 2021 - Note - ISO TC22/SC32/WG12 Adhoc - 7 September 2021 - Ira to attend - Note - ISO TC22/SC32/WG12 Virtual F2F - 13-16 September 2021 - Ira to attend - US 10am in San Francisco - US PDT (Pacific Daylight Time) 11am in Colorado - US MDT (Mountain Daylight Time) 12am in Chicago - US CDT (Central Daylight Time) 1pm in New York - US EDT (Eastern Daylight Time) - Europe 7pm in Berlin - CEST (Central Europe Summer Time) - Brazil 2pm in Belo Horizonte - BRT (Brasilia Time) - India 10:30pm in New Delhi - IST (India Standard Time)
- Tuesday 5 October 2021, Daytime - Web conference to be announced - Note - ISO TC22/SC32/WG12 Virtual F2F - 11-15 October 2021 - Ira to attend - Note - TCG Members Meeting Virtual F2F - 11-15 October 2021 - Ira to attend - US 10am in San Francisco - US PDT (Pacific Daylight Time) 11am in Colorado - US MDT (Mountain Daylight Time) 12am in Chicago - US CDT (Central Daylight Time) 1pm in New York - US EDT (Eastern Daylight Time) - Europe 7pm in Berlin - CEST (Central Europe Summer Time) - Brazil 2pm in Belo Horizonte - BRT (Brasilia Time) - India 10:30pm in New Delhi - IST (India Standard Time)
- Tuesday 2 November 2021, Daytime - Web conference to be announced - Note - European Summer Time ends on 31 October 2021 - Note - US Daylight Savings Time ends on 7 November 2021 - Note - IETF 112 F2F - Madrid, Spain - 8-12 November 2021 - Ira to attend - Note - IEEE 1609 Virtual F2F - 9 November 2021 - Ira to attend - Note - PWG Virtual F2F - 9-11 November 2021 - Ira to attend - US 10am in San Francisco - US PDT (Pacific Daylight Time) 11am in Colorado - US MDT (Mountain Daylight Time) 12am in Chicago - US CDT (Central Daylight Time) 1pm in New York - US EDT (Eastern Daylight Time) - Europe 6pm in Berlin - CET (Central Europe Time) - Brazil 2pm in Belo Horizonte - BRT (Brasilia Time) - India 10:30pm in New Delhi - IST (India Standard Time)