X3T10 Minutes 1/12/95

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Minutes of X3T10 Plenary Meeting #7 in Lake Tahoe, NV X3T10/95-130r0

Accredited Standards Committee*
X3, Information Technology
                                                   Doc. No.: X3T10/95-130r0
                                                       Date: January  18, 1995
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From:       Ralph Weber, Secretary X3T10
            John Lohmeyer, Chair X3T10

Subject:    Minutes of X3T10 Plenary Meeting #7
            Lake Tahoe, NV -- January 12, 1995


                            Agenda

1. Opening Remarks

2. Approval of Agenda

3. Attendance and Membership

4.  Approval  of  Minutes  -  November Meeting  Palm  Springs,  CA
  (X3T10/94-227r1)

5. Document Distribution

6. Call for Patents

7. Review of Old Action Items

8. Subgroup and/or Project Status Reports
  8.1 Project Status Summary and X3/OMC Liaison [Lohmeyer]
  8.2 X3T10.1 Task Group Report
  8.3 SCSI Common Access Method (CAM) {Project 792-D} [Dallas]
  8.4 ATA Extensions (ATA-2) Status {Project 948-D} [Finch]
  8.5  SCSI-3  Parallel  Interface (SPI)  Status  {Project  855-D}
     [Lamers]
  8.6  SCSI-3  Interlocked Protocol (SIP) Status  {Project  856-D}
     [Penman]
  8.7 Directly-Addressable Device Interface (DADI) Status {Project
     964-D} [open]
  8.8  SCSI Common Access Method -2 (CAM-2) Status {Project 990-D}
     [Dallas]
  8.9 SCSI-3 Generic Packetized Protocol (GPP) Status {Project 991-
     DT} [Stephens]
  8.10  SCSI-3  Serial  Bus Protocol (SBP) Status {Project  992-D}
     [Marazas]
  8.11  SCSI-3 Fiber Channel Protocol (FCP) Status {Project 993-D}
     [Snively]
  8.12  SCSI-3  Architecture  Model (SAM) Status  {Project  994-D}
     [Monia]
  8.13  SCSI-3  Primary  Commands  (SPC)  Status  {Project  995-D}
     [Weber]
  8.14 SCSI-3 Block Commands (SBC) Status {Project 996-D} [Tewell]
  8.15   SCSI-3  Stream  Commands  (SSC)  Status  {Project  997-D}
     [Lappin]
  8.16  SCSI-3  Graphics  Commands (SGC)  Status  {Project  998-D}
     [Tewell]
  8.17 SCSI-3 Medium Changer Commands (SMC) Status {Project 999-D}
     [Oetting]
  8.18  SCSI-3  Controller Commands (SCC) Status {Project  1047-D}
     [Penokie]
  8.19  Multimedia  Command  Set  (MMC)  Status  {Project  1048-D}
     [Roberts]
  8.20  SCSI-3 Fast-20 Parallel Interface (Fast-20) {Project 1071-
     D} [Lamers]
  8.21  AT  Attachment-3 Interface (ATA-3) Status {Project 2008-D}
     [Milligan]
  8.22 ATA Packet Interface (ATAPI) Status {Project ____-D} []
  8.23 XOR Commands Study Group [Houlder]

9. Old Business
  9.1 X3T10 Procedures [Lamers]
  9.2  X3T10  Standards Development Policy and Procedure  (94-198)
     [Milligan]
  9.3 Clarification of international program fee [Allan]

10. New Business
  10.1 Letter Ballot Results and Resolution
     10.1.1 Forwarding SCSI-3 Fast-20 to X3 (94-248)
     10.1.2 Forwarding GPP to X3 as a Technical Report (94-249)
  10.2 Immediate Commands (94-244r1) [Lappin]
  10.3 Exception Handling Selection Mode Page (94-190r4) [Penokie]
  10.4  Conflict  between READ LONG and Read/Write Error  Recovery
     Page [Milligan]
  10.5 ATA Systems Issues Study Group [Penman]

11. ISO [Milligan]

12. Liaison Reports
  12.1 X3T11 Liaison Report [Cummings]
  12.2 SFF Industry Group [Allan]
  12.3 IEEE P1394 [Marazas]
  12.4 IEEE P1285 Status [Pak]
  12.5 PCMCIA Report [McLean]
  12.6 AIIM C21 [Podio]

13. Review of Action Items

14. Meeting Schedule
  14.1 Authorization of Working Group Meetings

15. Adjournment



                      Results of Meeting

1.        Opening Remarks

John  Lohmeyer, the X3T10 Chair, called the meeting to order at  1:00
p.m.,  Thursday January 12, 1995.  He thanked Steve Finch of  Silicon
Systems for arranging and hosting the meeting.

John informed the committee that he would be attending the meeting as
a  non-voting chairperson representing NCR Microelectronics  Products
Division and not AT&T.  His corporate affiliation is changing because
NCR Microelectronics is being purchased by Hyundai.

John  said  that X3 Subgroup Membership forms and the  X3T10  Mailing
Subscription form were available on the document table.  He said that
people  should use the X3 forms to insure the X3 Secretariat has  the
latest membership information.  These forms should be mailed directly
to the X3 Secretariat.

As  is  customary, the people attending introduced themselves  and  a
copy  of  the  attendance list was circulated.  Copies of  the  draft
agenda and general information on X3T10 were made available to  those
attending.

2.     Approval of Agenda

The draft agenda was approved with the following changes:

     10.2 Immediate Commands (94-244r1) [Lappin]
     10.3 Exception Handling Selection Mode Page (94-190r4) [Penokie]
      10.4  Conflict between READ LONG and Read/Write Error  Recovery
Page [Milligan]
     10.5 ATA Systems Issues Study Group [Penman]

The agenda was approved with the above additions.

3.     Attendance and Membership

The  membership requirements were reviewed.  X3 rules permit one vote
per  organization.  An individual from a new organization must attend
two  out of three consecutive plenary meetings.  He/she may apply for
voting  membership the second meeting via a letter to  the  Chair  of
X3T10.   The  individual  may  vote at the  second  plenary  meeting.
Working group meetings do not count toward attendance requirements.

Organizations  must  also pay the X3 Service Fee ($300)  to  maintain
membership.    The  International  Program  fee  ($300)   is   billed
separately directly from ANSI.

The  Chair said he had sent letters to 11 people from 3 organizations
informing  them  that their membership was in jeopardy  due  to  non-
attendance  (see  94-009r5)  and  that  their  membership  would   be
terminated  if  they did not attend this meeting.  All  organizations
were represented at this meeting.

The following organization joined X3T10 at the meeting:

Sequoia Advanced Tech., Inc.

The  X3T10  membership  is  now  at  57  organizations  up  from   56
organizations  last time.  Enclosure (1) is the list  of  the  people
present  at  the  meeting  and enclosure (2)  is  the  current  X3T10
membership list.

4.      Approval  of  Minutes  - November Meeting  Palm  Springs,  CA
  (X3T10/94-227r1)

The minutes were approved as written.

5.     Document Distribution

The 1995 mailing subscription fees have increased substantially ($410
for   USA   residents)  because  the  mailing  size   has   increased
substantially.   Members  who have any problems  with  their  mailing
subscription should deal directly with Katrina Gray or Dan Arnold  at
(202) 626-5741.

Larry Lamers requested that all documents for the next mailing be  in
his  hands by noon on Thursday January 28, 1995.  Documents  received
after this date will go into a subsequent mailing.

Larry  Lamers reminded the committee of the requirements for document
submission  to  be  included in the committee mailing.   Since  X3T10
meets  its  document  archiving  requirements  by  including  the  X3
Secretariat  on the mailing list, documents included in  the  mailing
must  be  suitable  for microfilming.  This means that  high-quality,
single-sided   originals   with   adequate   margins    and    proper
identification must be submitted.  Document X3T9.2/92-84 R1  contains
the list of requirements for submissions.

In  keeping  with  the X3T10 committee's new efforts  for  electronic
document  filing  and distribution, Larry requested  that  electronic
copies  of  all  documents be made available to him.  The  electronic
copies  can  be sent directly to Larry.  Or, the electronic  document
can be placed on the SCSI BBS.

As  usual,  minutes are also available on the SCSI BBS (719-574-0424)
and  will be distributed to the ATA and SCSI Reflectors.  To be added
to  the ATA Reflector, send an email to majordomo at dt.wdc.com with the
line  'subscribe  ata your-email-address' in the  message  body.   To
subscribe to the SCSI Reflector, send an electronic message to: scsi-
request at WichitaKS.NCR.COM.

The current document register is enclosure (3).

6.     Call for Patents

This is a regular agenda item to identify any potential patent issues
with developing standards.

A  document  is available from ANSI, "Procedures for the  Development
and  Coordination  of  American National Standards",  at  no  charge.
Annex I contains the ANSI patent policy.

7.     Review of Old Action Items

43)  John  Lohmeyer  will  write a letter to  Ricoh  warning  of  the
     probable  termination of the SCSI-3 Graphics  Commands  project.
     Overcome by events.
44)  Larry Lamers will edit the ATAPI project proposal as revised  by
     the ATA working group.  Complete.
45)  John Lohmeyer will forward the ATAPI project proposal to X3  for
     further processing.  Complete.
46)  Larry   Lamers  will  generate  a  properly  formatted   Logging
     Operations TIB.  Complete.
47)  John Lohmeyer will forward the Logging Operations TIB to X3  for
     further processing.  Complete.
48)  Ted  Lappin  will  update the Sequential Access  Partitions  TIB
     based on the accepted comments.  Complete.
49)  John  Lohmeyer  will  forward  a properly  formatted  Sequential
     Access Partitions TIB to X3 for further processing.  Complete.
50)  John Lohmeyer will forward the revised SSA to SCSI-2 Mapping (94-
     196r1) project proposal to X3 for further processing.  Complete.
51)  John  Lohmeyer  will help Gene Milligan build an  email  mailing
     list for the policies and procedures discussion.  Complete.
52)  Larry Lamers will prepare SPI revision 15.  Complete.
53)  John  Lohmeyer  will forward SPI revision 15 to X3  for  further
     processing.  Complete.
54)  Gene  Milligan  will report all CAM editorial problems  to  Bill
     Dallas.  Complete.
55)  Bill  Dallas will correct the editorial problems in CAM revision
     11, producing revision 12.  Complete.
56)  John  Lohmeyer  will forward CAM revision 12 to X3  for  further
     processing.  Complete.
57)  Larry  Lamers will revise Fast-20 to strike the second paragraph
     of 6.1.1.  Complete.
58)  Larry Lamers will issue a letter ballot for Fast-20.  Complete.
59)  John Lohmeyer will send Dal's international fees letter to Jean-
     Paul Emard.  Complete.
60)  Larry  Lamers  will  generate  a properly  formatted  Sequential
     Access Partitions TIB.  Complete.
61)  Larry Lamers will issue a letter ballot for GPP.  Complete.
62)  Larry  Lamers  will generate the SCSI-2 responses  document  for
     distribution to ISO via the IR. Carryover
63)  Larry  Lamers  will  prepare  a final  ISO  version  of  SCSI-2.
     Carryover
64)  Gene  Milligan will double check the ISO status of all forwarded
     dpANS  documents  and to generate new ISO  work  items  for  any
     lacking  an  approved ISO project, with the  exception  of  ATA.
     Carryover
65)  John will contact Fernando Podio regarding the status of the C21
     project.  Complete.
66)  John  Lohmeyer  will  write  a letter  commenting  on  the  SD-2
     requesting that abstentions be permitted on technical  votes  at
     TCs and Tgs.  Complete.

8.     Subgroup and/or Project Status Reports

     8.1  Project Status Summary and X3/OMC Liaison [Lohmeyer]

John Lohmeyer said that the current X3T10 project status summary  was
included  on the backs of the meeting agendas.  John also noted  that
CBEMA  had  changed  their  name to Information  Technology  Industry
Council (ITI).  Their email address is now:  x3sec at itic.nw.dc.us.

     8.2  X3T10.1 Task Group Report

The X3T10.1 Plenary met on January 10, 1995.  No other meetings were
held since November 1994 plenary.  22 Principle members and 14 other
members attend the meeting.

The SSA-PH Draft, (989D-r3) is in preliminary review.  Revision 3 was
distributed at the meeting.  Revision 3 contains major (6 months
worth of) changes from revision 2.    The meeting approved changes in
driver spectrum content values, (electrical I/F).  Major editorial
work is still needed in the glossary, Intro, unitized connector
appendix; style changes throughout; and clean up connector drawings.
Action items have been assigned.  There will be an editors meeting on
Jan17-19,1995 - Austin, Texas.  The goal is mailing of revision 4 by
the first week of February.

The letter ballot on SSA-SCSI2 (13:0:0) was withdrawn due to many
procedural and technical problems. The editor's meeting will review
this document, if time permits.

The X3T10.1 plenary meeting approved motion to password protect
electronic versions of draft documents with password provided on page
2 in an editor's note, (12:0:1). The password is intended to avoid
inadvertent modifications, not a security feature.

Chair will revisit SD-4 project dates as part of annual report.

A working group meeting was authorized for March 6, 1995 in Newport
Beach, CA

     8.3  SCSI Common Access Method (CAM) {Project 792-D} [Dallas]

      Bill  Dallas and John Lohmeyer reported that 792-D is in public
review.  The review will end on April 4, 1995.

     8.4  ATA Extensions (ATA-2) Status {Project 948-D} [Finch]

The ATA-2 working group completed its review of the proposed ATA-2
standard held at Western Digital on the December 1,  1994.  The
result was the generation of ATA-2 revision 2j.  At the ATA working
group held on Wednesday and Thursday of this week resulted in one
change to the 2j document, Annex F of the document was deleted.  This
Annex dealt with typical device addressing on a PC compatible
systems.  While the need for this information was felt to be
important, it was deemed not to be a requirement for the ATA-2
standard and that attempting to resolve the issues involved would
result in delaying the forwarding of ATA-2.   Revision 2k was created
and will be in the next X3T10 mailing.

     The ATA working group approved a motion to request that an X3T10
letter  ballot be issued to ask the membership to approve  forwarding
the  ATA-2  working draft Rev 2k to X3 for further processing  (first
public review).  John Lohmeyer agreed to issue the letter ballot.

     8.5  SCSI-3 Parallel Interface (SPI) Status {Project 855-D} [Lamers]

      John  Lohmeyer reported that 855-D is in second public  review.
The review will end on April 4, 1995.

     8.6  SCSI-3 Interlocked Protocol (SIP) Status {Project 856-D}
          [Penman]

      Duncan Penman reported that SIP revision 4a is ready.  It  will
be  in  the next mailing.  Duncan has a few hardcopies for those  who
need  them immediately.  John will put electronic copies on  the  BBS
and  FTP  site.   Duncan  asked working group time  be  allocated  to
reviewing SIP.

     8.7  Directly-Addressable Device Interface (DADI) Status {Project 964-
          D} [open]

Gene  Milligan  moved  that X3T10 process a  withdrawal  request  for
Project  964-D (Directly-Addressable Device Interface).  Bob  Snively
seconded  the  motion.  Gene Milligan noted that a  near-future  1394
trade  association meeting agenda includes a presentation from Martin
Freeman regarding P1285.

Bob  Snively described the original concept, which was to  provide  a
memory-like interface to disk drives.

John Lohmeyer conducted a meeting vote whose results were: 34:0:0:23.
John  accepted an action item to write a letter to X3 requesting that
Project 964-D be withdrawn.

     8.8  SCSI Common Access Method -2 (CAM-2) Status {Project 990-D}
          [Dallas]

      Bill Dallas reported that the CAM working group met and came to
an  agreement  about  formatting the CCB for SCSI-3,  which  requires
larger  field  sizes  in several places.  The general  working  group
agreed that the document title should be changed from CAM-2 to  CAM-3
to  avoid  confusion.   There was no objection from  the  plenary  on
changing the title.

     8.9  SCSI-3 Generic Packetized Protocol (GPP) Status {Project 991-DT}
          [Stephens]

      The GPP forwarding letter ballot passed 51:0:0:5.  All comments
on  the  Gene  Milligan  (Seagate) yes ballot were  resolved  by  the
working group.  Paul Aloisi moved that the revised GPP be accepted as
resolving  the  letter  ballot comments and be  substituted  for  the
letter  ballot  version for forwarding to X3 for  further  processing
(first  public  review).   Erich Oetting seconded  the  motion.   The
motion  passed  35:0:0:22.  Gary Stephens  took  an  action  item  to
prepare  a  revised  GPP  including the  comments  resolution.   John
Lohmeyer took an action item to forward the revised GPP to X3.

     8.10 SCSI-3 Serial Bus Protocol (SBP) Status {Project 992-D}
          [Marazas]

     Ron Roberts reported that 992-D is in public review.  The review
will end on March 21, 1995.

     8.11 SCSI-3 Fiber Channel Protocol (FCP) Status {Project 993-D}
          [Snively]

     Bob Snively reported that 993-D is in public review.  The review
will end on March 21, 1995.

     8.12 SCSI-3 Architecture Model (SAM) Status {Project 994-D} [Monia]

      Charles  Monia  reported that 994-D is in public  review.   The
review will end on March 21, 1995.

     8.13 SCSI-3 Primary Commands (SPC) Status {Project 995-D} [Weber]

      Ralph reported that SPC revision 4 was in the previous mailing.
George  Penokie  provided  detailed  comments  in  95-106r0.    Those
comments  were  reviewed  the  working  group  meeting.   Of  the  21
comments,  15  were accepted.  Comment 3 was accepted provided  Ralph
will send the revised wording to George and Bob Snively for approval.
Comments 1, 7, 8, 9, and 13 were rejected because they conflict  with
previously approved documents.  George was satisfied with the reasons
for  rejecting comment 8.  However, George maintained that  the  MOVE
MEDIUM, READ ELEMENT STATUS, and processor commands should not be  in
the SPC.

      There  had  been some complaints about missing entries  in  the
Vendor-ID  list  in  Annex E.  John Lohmeyer and Ralph  are  revising
their  procedures to avoid future problems.  Charles  Monia  informed
Ralph  that the parameter rounding material was removed from the  SAM
last  fall with the intent that it will be placed in the SPC.   Ralph
was unaware of this change.

      Ralph promised to generate SPC revision 5 for the next mailing.
However,  he  noted  that  his workload may make  finishing  on  time
difficult.

     Based on a comment from Rick Tewell, the committee discussed the
presence  of references to CCS in the SPC.  John suggested  that  the
topic be remanded to the working group.

     8.14 SCSI-3 Block Commands (SBC) Status {Project 996-D} [Tewell]

      Rick Tewell reported that the revision 0 of the SBC was in  the
last  mailing.  George Penokie provided Rick with a list of  approved
documents  that  affect  the  SBC.  The approved  documents  will  be
included in the next revision of the SBC.

     8.15 SCSI-3 Stream Commands (SSC) Status {Project 997-D} [Lappin]

      Ted  Lappin reported that the working group on SSC met  earlier
that  day.  SSC revision 2 will be in the next mailing.  Ted will  be
providing several proposals for the next mailing.  He mentioned  that
many of the density codes in the current table are not fully defined.
He  suggested that such density codes may be changed to  reserved  if
fuller definition information cannot be obtained.  Erich Oetting will
be  writing  a  proposal  for writing tapes without  error  recovery.
There  also will be proposals on reading in flaky areas of  the  tape
and ASCs for cleaning tapes.

     8.16 SCSI-3 Graphics Commands (SGC) Status {Project 998-D} [Tewell]

Rick  Tewell  has  volunteered to act as Project Editor  on  the  SGC
project.   John  Lohmeyer expressed his appreciation  and  asked  the
committee  to support Rick.  Rick reported that revision 0 (a  rehash
of the SCSI-2 graphics commands) will be ready for the mailing.  Rick
will be contacting IT8 for information that affects the SGC.

     8.17 SCSI-3 Medium Changer Commands (SMC) Status {Project 999-D}
          [Oetting]

Erich reported on conceptual discussions on medium changer
improvements in the working group meeting.  He reported that no
action was taken.  Ralph Weber prepare a written proposal regarding
elimination of conflicts in operation codes for the MOVE MEDIUM and
READ ELEMENT STATUS.  That proposal will be in the next mailing.

     8.18 SCSI-3 Controller Commands (SCC) Status {Project 1047-D}
          [Penokie]

      George  Penokie  moved  that SCC  revision  4  be  accepted  as
resolving  the  letter ballot comments and replacing revision  3  for
public  review.  Gene Milligan seonded the motion.  The motion passed
34:0:0:23.

      John Lohmeyer took an action item to forward SCC revision 4  to
X3 for further processing toward public review.

     8.19 Multimedia Command Set (MMC) Status {Project 1048-D} [Roberts]

     Ron Roberts reported that the MMC working group met earlier this
week.   The working group received a copy of a Sony proposal for  CD-
ROM commands.  That proposal was not reviewed because Sony was unable
to  attend  the  working group meeting due to weather problems.   Ron
requested  authorization for an MMC working group  meeting  in  Santa
Clara  on February 2nd.  Western Digital is creating a reflector  for
MMC  issues.  The reflector address will be mmc at dt.wd.com.  Reflector
sign-up messages should be sent to majordomo at dt.wd.com with the  line
`subscribe mmc' in the message body.

     8.20 SCSI-3 Fast-20 Parallel Interface (Fast-20) {Project 1071-D}
          [Lamers]

     The letter ballot passed 50:2:0:4.  The negative votes came from
IBM  and  Gene  Milligan  (Seagate).  Larry  reported  that  all  the
comments have been resolved.  Larry Lamers reviewed the letter ballot
comments  and responses.  The comments and responses are  covered  in
the working group meeting minutes, 95-129.

      Larry  promised to make a new revision of Fast-20  as  soon  as
possible.  Larry Lamers moved that X3T10 accept the resolution of the
Fast-20 letter ballot comments, as recommended by the working  group.
Gene Milligan seconded the motion.  The motion passed 36:0:0:21.

     8.21 AT Attachment-3 Interface (ATA-3) Status {Project 2008-D}
          [Milligan]

      Gene  Milligan reported on the work of the ATA-3 ad  hoc  group
meeting.  Early proponents of the ATAPI expressed opposition to X3T10
working  on ATAPI prior to "final review" by SFF.  Consequently,  the
ad  hoc was not able to generate the ATAPI plan and schedule as  yet.
A  presentation  was given on ATASPI which has been  offered  to  the
industry for an ATA industry API.

      The  ad  hoc  agreed on scope relative to command  overlap  and
queuing.  The ad hoc requested that the ATA-3 project editor  include
the  security mode, check power mode, device 1 only description,  and
DMA  Identify command in the initial draft.  The ad hoc extended  the
deadline to the February 15 meeting for PFA, revision reporting, host
information, and dynamic power selection.  Gene reported that the ATA-
3 project is on schedule.

      Gene  Milligan  moved  that  X3T10  accept  the  ATA  ad  hoc's
recommendation  to include: (a) "weak command overlap";  (b)  "strong
command overlap"; and (c) "command queuing" in the ATA-3's scope  and
to establish high priority on (a) with diminishing priority on (b) to
(c)  -- ultimately dropping (b) and/or (c) to ATA-4, if it (or  they)
delays  accepting the definition beyond February 16, 1995, from  ATA.
Richard Kalish seconded the motion.  The motion passed unanimously.

      John  Lohmeyer  said  that his reading  of  the  ATA-3  project
proposal  suggests that all the concepts in the above motion  can  be
interpreted as being part of the project and asked if there were  any
objections  to his interpretation.  There were no objections.   Thus,
no revision of the project proposal was undertaken.

     8.22 ATA Packet Interface (ATAPI) Status {Project ____-D} []

The ATAPI project proposal was on the OMC agenda for this week.
Approval of the project proposal by X3 letter ballot is anticipated
before the next X3T10 meeting.

     8.23 XOR Commands Study Group [Houlder]

Reporting for Gerry Houlder, Gene Milligan said that this week's XOR
meeting had higher attendance, with a lot of people contributing to
the discussions.  This indicates a higher level of interest in this
topic.  Complete minutes will be in document 95-114.

9.     Old Business

     9.1  X3T10 Procedures [Lamers]

Since Larry has not yet had time to prepare draft procedures, John
said he would remove this agenda item until we have a proposal.

     9.2  X3T10 Standards Development Policy and Procedure (94-198)
          [Milligan]

      Gene Milligan led a discussion of 94-198r3.  He reported on the
history  of how the document was developed.  Lengthy electronic  mail
discussions, one working group meeting, one study group meeting,  and
a  review with X3T10 Chair Lohmeyer all were performed to create  the
document revision presented to this meeting.

     Gene Milligan moved that X3T10 accept the revised document as an
acceptable  response  to  the letter ballot  comments.   Ron  Roberts
seconded the motion.  Gene Milligan moved that consideration  of  the
above  motion be deferred until March 9th.  Ron Roberts seconded  the
motion.  The motion to defer consideration passed unanimously.

     9.3  Clarification of international program fee [Allan]

Dal  Allan was absent from this meeting.  Therefore, this agenda item
was carried over to the March Plenary meeting.

10.    New Business

     10.1 Letter Ballot Results and Resolution

John Lohmeyer reported the results of the two letter ballots (see 95-
123).

          10.1.1    Forwarding SCSI-3 Fast-20 to X3 (94-248)

          10.1.2    Forwarding GPP to X3 as a Technical Report (94-249)

     10.2 Immediate Commands (94-244r1) [Lappin]

Ted Lappin reported on working group revisions to 94-244r0.  The
proposal modifies the SPC slightly to allow reporting of progress
information on all immediate commands (not just immediate FORMAT
commands).  There was a brief discussion which reveled a new issue.
Since consensus was not immediately forthcoming, the question was
remanded to the working group.

     10.3 Exception Handling Selection Mode Page (94-190r4) [Penokie]

George   Penokie   reported  that  the  working   group   unanimously
recommended  94-190r4 be accepted for inclusion in the  SPC.   George
moved  that  94-190r4  be accepted for inclusion  in  the  SPC.   Bob
Snively seconded the motion.  The motion passed unanimously.

     10.4 Conflict between READ LONG and Read/Write Error Recovery Page
          [Milligan]

Gene Milligan moved that X3T10 accept the working group's
recommendation to rescind document X3T10/94-077 resolution to the
READ LONG CORRCT bit and Read/Write Recovery Page and to make the
following changes to SBC:  (1) Add test to READ LONG that states that
READ LONG is a command whose definition is independent of the
Read/Write Error Recovery Page, but does allow retries; (2) Add text
to define that a READ LONG command with CORRCT=0 should result in
GOOD status unless data cannot be transferred for some reason other
that non-correctable errors.

Jim McGrath seconded the motion.  The motion passed 33:0:0:24.  Gene
took an action item to prepare a written proposal for changing SBC.

     10.5 ATA Systems Issues Study Group [Penman]

Duncan Penman reported on a reflector discussion regarding the need
for a study group to investigate ATA systems issues (BIOS, software,
etc.).  The synopsis of the reflector discussion can be found in
document 95-133.  In the absence of objections, John authorized a
study group effort to be lead by Duncan.  Currently, there are no
plans for study group meetings.  The discussion will be conducted via
electronic mail.  The study group will be called the "System issues
study group."

11.    ISO [Milligan]

Gene  Milligan, the X3T10 International Representative, gave an  oral
report and provided the following electronic report:

                           ISO Report 1/95

     SC 25 Working Group 4 has distributed N626   which is a
contribution from Professor, Doctor Oehler on Interfaces of active
components to the cabling. Grivna has requested a list of references
to convert from EIA to IEC component standards for Fibre Channel. A
new ISSBN1695 document dated 94/11/30  SD9 Memorandum of Agreement
for US TAGs has been distributed.

     The enclosed list of ISO documents since the last SC 25 meeting
includes nine International Standardized Profiles relating to the
X3T12 FDDI work.

     The SC 25 Secretary Walter v. Pattay  has sent a  94/12/04
letter to Chairman Fujisaki appointing Gene Milligan as the SC 25 to
SC 26 Liaison. SC 26 is the ISO group responsible for microcomputer
systems.

     ISO/IEC is working on a process to publish de facto
specifications. Some information has been distributed JTC1N3142
94/12/06  Transposition of Publicly Available Specifications -
Management Guide Plan.

     Interoperability of implementations (as opposed to standards
conformance) is starting to receive ISO attention as noted by
JTC1N3325 94/12/06  Req for SWG-CA study of product interoperability.
The US contact for Interoperability SWG-CA  is the Chair of JTCA Dave
Thewlis, of Share Inc. at 71210.76 at compuserve.com.


     The SC 25 Secretary has decided not to precisely follow the
action item to request that the JTC 1 Secretariat, ANSI, reverse
their interpretation that the HIPPI and FC new work items failed.
Instead he has decided to, on the basis of the passing CD ballots,
submit the HIPPI-FP, LE, SC, & FC-PH DIS documents  and resolution of
CD comments to JTC 1 for the registration of DIS ballots. The HIPPI-
PH is ready for IS publication as soon as an editor's report on DIS
ballot comments is received. X3T11 is addressing these items.


     A revision of the ISO/IEC procedures is now available as
JTC1N3348 94/12/20  Procedures for the Technical work of JTC1 - Third
Edition.

     JT94-0717 94/12/21  provides a Timeline for JTC1 Strategy for
Implementation of  Information Technology. The X3T10 IR has requested
additional information from the US contact  Karen Higginbottom,
higginbottom @ cup.hp.com, on both the international and US activity
on electronic mechanization.

12.    Liaison Reports

     12.1 X3T11 Liaison Report [Cummings]

X3T11 met on December 7, 1994 with 90 attendees. One member
organization was added (TV/COM), bringing the membership of X3T11 to
54.

It was reported that X3.230-1984, FC-PH, and X3.254-1994, FC-FP, had
both completed BSR review, and were with the ANSI editors for pre-
publication editing. The requests to withdraw the IPI-2 Tape (X3.176-
1990) and IPI-3 Communications (X3.177-1990) standards had also
completed BSR review and were being actioned.

The FC-SB (Revision 3.3) and FC-AL (Revision 4.4) drafts have
completed OMC compliance reviews and have been assigned X3.271-199x
and X3.272-199x respectively. First Public Reviews will commence on
both drafts early in 1995.

A new naming convention was approved by a vote of F30-O01-NV23. By
this change FC-EP will become FC-PH-2 and subsequent generations of
all FC projects will follow this convention.

Four project proposals were forwarded for further processing. They
were:

1) For an amendment to the HIPPI-SC standard, by a rollcall vote of
F38-O00-NV16

2) For a Technical Report on HIPPI-Serial, by a rollcall vote of F40-
O00-NV14

3) For an FC-PH-3 standard, by a rollcall vote of F36-O00-NV18

4) For a Technical Report on a 10 bit interface, by a rollcall vote
of F36-O00-NV18

Letter Ballots for the Revised IPI-3 Disk and Revised IPI-3 Tape
projects for a first Public Review, and for the withdrawal of Project
782-D (HIPPI-IPI3) were not issued in advance of the Plenary as had
been expected, but are expected to be issued early in the New Year.

A Letter Ballot for the SBCON Project Proposal was also not issued as
authorized in October, due to ongoing debates and changes to the
proposal, but a new Letter Ballot on a revised SBCON Project Proposal
was authorized for issuance subsequent to the meeting. A request for
written arguments for
and against adoption of the Proposal to accompany the ballot was
accepted.

     12.2 SFF Industry Group [Allan]

Jim McGrath reported on the progress in connector design progress
this week and urged participation in the SFF meeting tomorrow.  Bill
Ham reported that the very-high density connector SFF group may
produce one or two connector choices that will be forwarded to X3T10
for consideration.

     12.3 IEEE P1394 [Marazas]

Jerry Marazas provided the following electronic report:

The proposed IEEE Standard 1394, High Performance Serial Bus had
successful closure of the IEEE administered ballot on December 22,
1994.
The results are summarized as follows:
    144 People in Ballot Pool             (an unusually large number)
    133 People eligible to vote upon the ballot

     84 Afirmative Votes
      6 Negative Votes
     10 Abstentions
The 75 per cent criteria was achieved ==> 100 votes / 133 Eligible

The ratio of affirmative votes is 93 per cent ==> 84 Yes / 90 votes.

The IEEE procedures provide for a comments resolution process to be
conducted by the given Working Group ( P1394 WG in this case). To
execute this process I have directed that a 30 day ballot be
submitted to the voting members (some 29 people) of the P1394 Working
Group. The ballot closes February 6, 95.
The ballot provides:
  <> The P1394 Working Group authorize a Ballot Resolution Committee
to act
     on its behalf for the purpose of executing the IEEE comments
resolution procedure.
  <> The Ballot Resolution Committee (BRC) specifically consists of a
     named slate of persons which are to be approved as a block by
the Working Group ballot.
  <> Participation in the BRC meetings is open and not limited to the
     authorized slate of members.
  <> Notice of BRC meetings is to be posted to reflectors maintained
in
     support of (a) the P1394 Working Group, (b) the P1394 Trade
Association, and (c) the X3T10 committee.

The work of the BRC requires that each comment (both positive and
negative ballot comments) is to be formally placed in writing
(verbatim), and a disposition made indicating acceptance or rejection
of the comment.  In many instances, the disposition will result in
changes to the P1394 draft standard. A written reply is to be sent
each comment submitter indicating the disposition.

It is my expectation that comments are sufficiently numerous and
sufficiently detailed that the BRC will find it necessary to produce
a new draft of the proposed standard. Such new draft, upon its
completion by the BRC, will be given to the IEEE so that it may
submit the document to the P1394 ballot pool for a vote as to
acceptability of comments resolution.

In anticipation of an affirmative vote by the P1394 Working Group as
to authorization of the BRC, I have posted announcement of the first
meeting of that committee. The first BRC meeting will be hosted by me
in Boca Raton at the IBM PC Company main site on February 14, 15, and
16, 1995.  I expect additional BRC meetings will be necessary. It is
my desire to schedule the second BRC meeting to occur during X3T10
week at the March 6-10 series of meetings in Newport Beach,
California. Subject to X3T10 approval (as well as host approval) I
wish the March meeting of the BRC to occur Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, of X3T10 week. The Monday start time would be 1 PM. The
Tuesday and Wednesday start times would be at 9 AM.

     12.4 IEEE P1285 Status [Pak]

Dennis Pak provided as written report in document 95-128r0.  Key
elements of the report are as follows. The collaboration with P1596
SCI is finishing up.  Another co-located meeting will be held on
January 12. The beta level data structures have been updated to allow
for both 32-bit and 64-bit operation.  A new P1285 document update is
imminent.  The beta level and gamma level portions of the document
have already been updated.
New features include:  -  Mover capability: the reporter  -  Setup
command for 64-bit addressing  -  Event handling support  -
Scatter/Gather for beta level  -  Command pre-fetching support for
the beta levelFuture meetings are scheduled as follows:       January
12   Co-located Meeting with IEEE 1596, Santa Clara University, Bannon
Engineering Building
Meetings are usually scheduled from 2:00-5:00 PM.  Comments and/or
questions should be forwarded to Martin Freeman, IEEE P1285 Chair,
@(415)354-0329.  His e-mail address is
martin at savant.PRPA.Philips.COM.

     12.5 PCMCIA Report [McLean]

Pete McLean reported that PCMCIA has publicly announced the next
revision of their standard.  Several loose ends were discovered in a
recent review of that revision.  Pete anticipated final adoption at a
meeting near the end of January.  Pete described a shrouded connector
that will allow higher bus speeds.  The connector appears headed for
inclusion in PCMCIA.

     12.6 AIIM C21 [Podio]

John Lohmeyer noted that Fernando Podio had attended the SCSI Working
Group meeting on Wednesday and that there had been unanimous consent
on resolving the remaining issues involving how to document the log
and mode pages (see 95-129 for details).

13.    Review of Action Items

62)  Larry  Lamers  will generate the SCSI-2 responses  document  for
     distribution to ISO via the IR.
63)  Larry Lamers will prepare a final ISO version of SCSI-2.
64)  Gene  Milligan will double check the ISO status of all forwarded
     dpANS  documents  and to generate new ISO  work  items  for  any
     lacking an approved ISO project, with the exception of ATA.
67)  John  Lohmeyer will obtain an electronic copy of the new X3 SD-2
     and post it on the SCSI BBS and on the FTP site.
68)  Larry  Lamers  will  conduct  a  letter  ballot  regarding   the
     forwarding  ATA-2  to  X3  for processing  toward  first  public
     review.
69)  John Lohmeyer will send a letter to X3 requesting withdrawal  of
     Project 964-D (Directly-Addressable Device Interface).
70)  Gary Stephens will prepare a revised GPP for forwarding.
71)  John Lohmeyer will forward the revised GPP to X3 for further
processing.
72)  John Lohmeyer will forward SCC revision 4 to X3 for further
processing toward public review.
73)  Gene Milligan will prepare a written proposal for changing SBC
based on the motion approved
     under agenda item 10.4.

14.       Meeting Schedule

The next plenary meeting of X3T10 will be March 9, 1995, in Newport
Beach, CA, at the Hyatt Hotel (714-729-1234), hosted by QLogic.  The
meeting will begin at 1:00 pm on Thursday.

The meeting list for the next plenary week is:

                        March '95 Meeting Map

Sunday 3/5         9   10  11  12  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8
                                       +=======================+
                                       | Editor's meeting      |     (15)
                                       +=======================+

Monday 3/6         9   10  11  12  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8
                   +===============================+
                   | SPI futures working group     |                 (30)
                   +===========================================+
                   | X3T10.1 working group                     |     (30)
                   +================+==============+===========+
                                    | XOR study grp|                 (20)
                                    +==============+----+
                                    | P1394             |            (20)
                                    +-------------------+


Tuesday 3/7        9   10  11  12  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8
                   +===========================================+
                   |  X3T10.1                                  |     (40)
                   +===========================================+
                   |  SCSI-3 WG                                |     (40)
                   +===============+===========================+
                   |  CAM-2 WG     |                                 (10)
                   +===============+-------------------+
                   |  P1394                            |             (20)
                   +-----------------------------------+

Wednesday 3/8      9   10  11  12  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9
                   +===============================================+
                   | SCSI-3 WG                                     | (45)
                   +===============+============+==========+=======+
                   | System Issuse |   MMC WG   | ATAPI WG |         (20)
                   +---------------+============+==+=======+
                   | SFF Form Factor WG            |                 (20)
                   +-------------------------------+---+
                   | P1394                             |             (20)
                   +---------------+-------------------+
                   | SSA UIG       |                                 (30)
                   +---------------+

Thursday 3/9       9   10  11  12  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9
                   +===============+===============================+
                   |  ATA-3 WG     | X3T10 Plenary                 | (40/80)
                   +===============+===============================+
                   |  SSC/SMC WG   |                                 (10)
                   +===============+

Friday 3/10    8   9   10  11  12
                 +--------------+
                 | SFF          |                                    (40)
                 +--------------+

    Meetings marked with == are X3T10-authorized meetings.
    Meetings marked with -- are authorized by other groups and may change
    without notice.

Meeting Map Abbreviation Key:
ATA:              AT Attachment (a.k.a. IDE)
ATAPI:            ATA Packet Interface
CAM:              Common Access Method
El:               Electrical
Fast-20:          Synchronous Data Transfer at 20 Megatransfers/second
I/F:              Interface
LB:               Letter Ballot
MMC:              SCSI-3 Multimedia Commands (CD-ROM)
P1394:            IEEE Project on High Performance Serial Bus (not an
                  X3 activity)
PH:               Physical (Connectors, Cables, Transceivers, etc.)
Plenary:          Full Committee Meeting
RAB:              RAID Advisory Board (not an X3 activity)
RAID:             Redundant Array of Independent Devices
SCC:              SCSI-3 Controller Commands (RAID)
SCSI:             Small Computer System Interface
SFF:              Small Form Factor Industry Group (not an X3 activity)
SG:               Study Group
SMC:              SCSI-3 Medium Changer Commands
SPI2:             Second Generation SCSI-3 Parallel Interface
SSA:              Serial Storage Interface
SSC:              SCSI-3 Stream Commands (includes Tape)
SSP:              Serial Storage Protocol (Protocol for SSA)
UIG:              User Interest Group (not an X3 activity)
WG:               Working Group (same as Ad Hoc Group)
X3T10:            Lower Level Interfaces Technical Committee (was X3T9.2)
X3T10.1:          SSA Task Group of X3T10 (was X3T9.7)
XOR:              Exclusive OR


Several other X3T10 events are also planned:
Event                           Day/Date   Time      Location/contact
------------------------------- ---------  --------- -----------------------
MMC working group               Thu/02-02   9:30     Santa Clara, Apple
MMC working group               Fri/02-03   9:30     Santa Clara, Apple
ATA-3 working group             Thu/01-26   9:30     Milipatis, Quantum
ATA-3 working group             Wed/02-15   9:30     Milipatis, Quantum
ATA-3 working group             Thu/02-16   9:30     Milipatis, Quantum
SPI Futures working group       Fri/02-17   9:30     Milipatis, Quantum

For  more  information  about X3T10 activities,  please  contact  the
following people:

Activity                     Contact        Telephone/Email
---------------------------- -------------- ------------------------------
ATA-2                        Steve Finch    (714) 573-6808
                                            5723283 at mcimail.com
ATA-3 & ATAPI                Gene Milligan  (405) 324-3070
                                            Gene_Milligan at notes.seagate.com
CAM                          Bill Dallas    (603) 881-2508
                                            dallas at wasted.enet.dec.com
SAM                          Charles Monia  (508) 841-6757
                                            monia at starch.enet.dec.com
SPI, SCSI-2, Fast-20         Larry Lamers   (408) 432-4776
                                            lamers at aol.com
SIP                          Duncan Penman  (408) 894-0800 x35
                                            penman at netcom.com
SSA-PH                       Edward Gardner (719) 548-2247
                                            gardner at acm.org
SSP                          John Scheible  (512) 823-8208
                                            Scheible at vnet.ibm.com
FCP                          Robert Snively (415) 336-5332
                                            Bob.Snively at eng.sun.com
GPP                          Gary Stephens  (602) 321-1725
                                            6363897 at mcimail.com
SBP                          Ron Roberts    (408) 432-4322
                                            rkroberts at aol.com
SPC                          Ralph Weber    (603) 881-1497
                                            roweber at acm.org
SBC and SGC                  Thomas Tewell  (415) 459-7978
                                            thomas.tewell at seqadvtech.com
SSC                          Edward Lappin  (303) 447-7718
                                            tedl at exabyte.com
SMC                          Erich Oetting  (303) 673-2178
                                            Erich_Oetting at Stortek.com
MMC                          Ron Roberts    (916) 677-5714
                                            rkroberts at aol.com
SCC                          George Penokie (507) 253-5208
                                            gop at rchvmp3.vnet.ibm.com
Other Activities             John Lohmeyer  (719) 573-3362
                                            john.lohmeyer at hmpd.com


John presented a foil of a letter from Joe Molina of the RAB
complaining about the X3T10 meeting locations for the November `94
and January `95 meetings.  This engendered a lengthy discussion on
site selection criteria.  Of course, each person had his/her favorite
criteria, which often conflicted with other's criteria.  Some key
points made were:  a) locations should have convenient air
transportation;  b) locations should be situated so that component
vendors can combine trips with customer visits; c) locations should
be selected that have reasonable hotel rates; d) risky travel
locations should be avoided (e.g., mountains in winter, Florida in
hurricane season); e) avoid repeated locations in the same geographic
area; f) restaurants and other business services should be convenient
to the hotel; etc.

It was noted that Palm Springs (and to a lesser degree, Lake Tahoe)
actually met many of the above criteria.  Few people could remember
getting better hotel rooms at any rate.  Those who actually attended
the meetings were generally pleased with the location.  However, it
was suggested that resort locations should be restricted to no more
than once per year to balance the other criteria.

The long-term X3T10 meeting week schedule is:

Date             Location                   Host/Comments
---------------  ------------------------ --------------------------
Mar  5-10, 1995  Newport Beach, CA         QLogic
May  7-12, 1995  Harrisburg, PA           AMP
Jul  9-14, 1995  Colorado Springs, CO     NCR Microelectronics
Sep 10-15, 1995  Manchester, NH           Digital
Nov  5-10, 1995  Southern CA              Western Digital
Jan  8-12, 1996  *Dallas, TX              *Quantum
Mar 11-15, 1996  *San Jose, CA            *Quantum
May  6-10, 1996
Jul 15-19, 1996
Sep  9-13, 1996  *Northeast    USA           *Digital
Nov  4- 8, 1996  Southern CA              Western Digital

* tenative

Volunteers to host 1996 meetings should contact John Lohmeyer.

     14.1 Authorization of Working Group Meetings

John  noted  that the working group meetings are required to  operate
under the same voting procedures as does X3T10 (that is, one vote per
organization) and the results of a working group are not  binding  on
the  parent  committee.   This  later  requirement  is  why  we  have
traditionally  only  used non-binding straw polls  in  working  group
meetings.   Any issue where the voting rules would make a  difference
should  be  deferred to the plenary group.  Nonetheless, task  groups
and  ad  hocs  should strive to achieve consensus prior  to  bringing
issues to X3T10.

Jim McGrath moved and Erich Oetting seconded that X3T10 authorize the
X3T10-related  meetings  and events in the list  above.   The  motion
passed unanimously.

15.    Adjournment

The meeting was adjourned at 5:35 p.m. on Thursday January 12, 1995.
               Meeting Attenders -- Enclosure (1)

         Name          S        Organization         Electronic Mail
Address
---------------------- -- ------------------------- -------------------------
Mr. Rick Heidick       A  3M Company                usmmm54s at ibmmail.com
Mr. Norm Harris        P  Adaptec, Inc.             nharris at eng.adaptec.com
Mr. Lawrence J. Lamers A# Adaptec, Inc.             ljlamers at aol.com
Mr. Richard Kalish     A  Adaptec, Inc.             rkalish at aol.com
Mr. David Wang         P  Advanced Micro Devices    david.wang at amd.com
Mr. Ron Apt            O  Advanced Micro Devices
Mr. Edward Fong        P  Amdahl Corp.              esf10 at amail.amdahl.com
Mr. Carl Booth         O  Amphenol/Spectra-Strip
Mr. Ron Roberts        A  Apple Computer            rkroberts at aol.com
Mr. Dennis R. Haynes   P  Burr-Brown Corp.          haynes_dennis at bbrown.com
Mr. Clifford E. Strang P  BusLogic                  skip at buslogic.com
Jr.
Mr. Gerry Johnsen      P  Ciprico Inc.              gerry at ciprico.com
Mr. Ian Morrell        P  Circuit Assembly Corp.    crctassmbl at aol.com
Mr. Joe Chen           P  Cirrus Logic Inc.         chen at cirrus.com
Mr. Nicos Syrimis      A  Cirrus Logic Inc.         nicos at cirrus.com
Mr. Peter Johansson    P  Congruent Software, Inc.  pjohansson at aol.com
Mr. Michael Alexenko   A# Conner Peripherals        Mike.Alexenko at conner.com
Mr. Louis Grantham     P  Dallas Semiconductor      grantham at dalsemi.com
Mr. Charles Monia      P  Digital Equipment Corp.   monia at shr.dec.com
Mr. William Dallas     A# Digital Equipment Corp.   dallas at wasted.enet.dec.co
                                                    m
Dr. William Ham        A# Digital Equipment Corp.   ham at subsys.enet.dec.com
Mr. Kenneth J. Hallam  A  ENDL                      3450626 at mcimail.com
Mr. Ralph O. Weber     A# ENDL Associate            roweber at acm.com
Mr. Edward Lappin      P  Exabyte Corp.             tedl at exabyte.com
Mr. Mike Chenery       A# Fujitsu                   mchennery at fcpa.fujitsu.co
                                                    m
Mr. Jeff Epstein       A  Future Domain Corp.       jeffe at fdc.mhs.compuserve.
                                                    com
Mr. Ray Kallio         O  Harbor Electronics
Mr. J. R. Sims         V  Hewlett Packard Co.       robsims at depeche.lvld.hp.c
                                                    om
Mr. Paul Boulay        A# Hitachi Computer Products p_boulay at hitachi.com
Mr. John Lohmeyer      O  HMPD                      john.lohmeyer at hmpd.com
Mr. Thomas J. Kulesza  A  Honda Connectors
Mr. George Penokie     P  IBM Corp.                 gop at rchvmp3.vnet.ibm.com
Mr. Duncan Penman      O  IIX Consulting            penman at netcom.com
Ms. Jeanne T. Martin   O  Lawrence Livermore Nat'l  jtm at llnl.gov
                          Lab
Mr. Lansing Sloan      O  Lawrence Livermore Nat'l  ljsloan at llnl.gov
                          Lab
Mr. Dean Wallace       P  Linfinity Micro
Mr. Robert Bellino     P  Madison Cable Corp.
Mr. Pete McLean        P  Maxtor Corp.              pete_mclean at maxtor.com
Mr. Bob Masterson      P  Methode Electronics, Inc. rwmast at aol.com
Mr. Joe Dambach        P  Molex Inc.
Mr. Jay Neer           A  Molex Inc.                jneer at usa.molex.com
Mr. Chris D'Iorio      A# NEC Technologies          CD-iorio at nectech.com
Mr. Peter Brown        P  Oak Technology, Inc.      brown at oaktech.com
Mr. Doug Prins         A# QLogic Corp.              d_prins at qlc.com
Mr. James McGrath      P  Quantum Corp.             JMCGRATH at QNTM.COM
Mr. Edward A. Gardner  A  Quantum Corp.             gardner at acm.org
Mr. Keith Staub        V  Quantum Corp.             kstaub at tdh.qntm.com
Mr. Gene Milligan      P  Seagate Technology        Gene_Milligan at notes.
                                                    seagate.com
Mr. Thomas 'Rick'      P  Sequoia Advanced Tech.,   thomas.tewell at seqadvtech.
Tewell                    Inc.                      com
Mr. Stephen G. Finch   P  Silicon Systems, Inc.     5723283 at mcimail.com
Mr. Erich Oetting      P  Storage Technology Corp.  Erich_Oetting at Stortek.com
Mr. Roger Cummings     A  Storage Technology Corp.  Roger_Cummings at Stortek.co
                                                    m
Mr. Robert N. Snively  P  Sun Microsystems Computer bob.snively at eng.sun.com
                          Co
Mr. Patrick Mercer     P  SyQuest Technology Corp.  patrick.mercer at syquest.com
Mr. John Moy           P  Tandem Computers          moy_john at tandem.com
Mr. Harvey Waltersdorf P  Thomas & Betts
Mr. Paul D. Aloisi     P  Unitrode Integrated       Aloisi at uicc.com
                          Circuits
Mr. Tak Asami          A  Western Digital           asami at dt.wdc.com
                          Corporation
Mr. Tom Hanan          A# Western Digital           hanan_t at a1.wdc.com
                          Corporation
Mr. Devon Worrell      A# Western Digital           worrell at dt.wdc.com
                          Corporation
Mr. Doug Piper         P  Woven Electronics         WOVEN ELECTRONICS
                                                    / MCI ID: 549-9900
Mr. Dennis P. Moore    P  Zadian Technologies       dmoore at netcom.com


62 People Present

Status Key:  P    -  Principal
             A,A# -  Alternate
             O    -  Observer
             L    -  Liaison
             V    -  Visitor

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