X3T10 Minutes March 9, 1995

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Minutes of X3T10 Plenary Meeting #8 in Newport Beach, CA       X3T10/95-171r0

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                  John Lohmeyer, Chair X3T10

Subject:          Minutes of X3T10 Plenary Meeting #8
                  Newport Beach, CA -- March 9, 1995

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                                       Agenda

1. Opening Remarks

2. Approval of Agenda

3. Attendance and Membership

4. Approval of Minutes - January Meeting Lake Tahoe, CA (X3T10/95-130r1)

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 -3 (CAM-3) 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} [Roberts]
   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 1120-D} [Milligan]
   8.23 XOR Commands Study Group [Houlder]
   8.24 Systems Issues Study Group [Penman]
   8.25 SPI Futures Study Group [Aloisi]

9. Old Business
   9.1   X3T10   Standards  Development  Policy  and  Procedure  (94-198r1)
      [Milligan]
   9.2 Clarification of international program fee [Allan]
   9.3 Immediate Commands (94-244r2) [Lappin]

10. New Business
   10.1 ATA-2 Letter Ballot Results and Resolution (95-004)
   10.2 ASC/ASCQ request for cleaning (95-133) [Lappin]
   10.3 READ POSITION changes (95-118r0) [Lappin]
   10.4 INQUIRY command enhancements (94-188r8) [Weber]
   10.5 Attached medium changers (95-103r1) [Weber]
   10.6  Addressability of TARGET RESET task management function (94-236r1)
      [Snively]

11. ISO [Milligan]
   11.1 Report
   11.2 Votes on New Project Proposals
   11.3 Approval of the ISO Delegation

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


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                              Results of Meeting

1.          Opening Remarks

John Lohmeyer, the X3T10 Chair, called the meeting to order at 1:00 p.m.,
Thursday March 9, 1995.  He thanked Skip Jones of QLogic for arranging and
hosting the meeting.

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 ASC/ASCQ request for cleaning (95-133) [Lappin]
  10.3 READ POSITION changes (95-118) [Lappin]
  10.4 INQUIRY command enhancements (94-188) [Weber]
  10.5 Attached medium changers (95-103) [Weber]

Item 11 was trifurcated to; 11.1 Report; 11.2 Votes on new project proposals;
11.3 Approval of ISO delegation.

The agenda was approved with the above additions and changes.

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 14 people from 5 organizations informing
them that their membership was in jeopardy due to non-attendance (see 95-003r0)
and that their membership would be terminated if they did not attend this
meeting.  All organizations were represented at this meeting except:

Compaq Computer

The following organizations joined X3T10 at the meeting: Symbios Logic Inc.
(which attended the previous meeting as HMPD).  IIX Consulting also joined
X3T10 at this meeting.

The X3T10 membership is now at 58 organizations up from 57 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 - January Meeting Lake Tahoe, CA (X3T10/95-130r1)

The minutes were approved as written.

5.          Document Distribution

Members who have any problems with their mailing subscription should deal
directly with Katrina Gray (kgray at itic.nw.dc.us) or Dan Arnold
(darnold at itic.nw.dc.us) at (202) 626-5741.

Larry Lamers requested that all documents for the next mailing be in his hands
by noon on Thursday March 23, 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 X3T10/95-147 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,
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body.

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.

Ed Gardner described a patent "Mass Storage Array with Efficient Parity
Calculation."  The patent number is 5,191,584.  The patent was filed February
20, 1991 and issued March 2, 1993.  The rights to this patent are held by
Micropolis.  Ed stated this patent may cover some portions of the XOR command
set being developed by X3T10.  Gene Milligan asked that John Lohmeyer write a
letter to Micropolis describing the XOR commands study effort and asking
Micropolis if that work conflicts with Micropolis patents.  John took an action
item to write the letter described by Gene.

George Penokie said that IBM believes that IBM has the rights to some patents
that someone may infringe while implementing the SCSI-3 Controller Commands
(SCC) document.  George provided the committee with document X3T10/95-158r0
describing the patent infringement situation and naming an IBM contact for
information regarding these patents.  Erich Oetting and George discussed
possible other patents relating to SCC.

7.          Review of Old Action Items

62)   Larry Lamers will generate the SCSI-2 responses document for
      distribution to ISO via the IR.  Carry over.
63)   Larry Lamers will prepare a final ISO version of SCSI-2.  Carry over.
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.  Complete
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.  Complete.
68)   Larry Lamers will conduct a letter ballot regarding the forwarding ATA-2
      to X3 for processing toward first public review.  Complete.
69)   John Lohmeyer will send a letter to X3 requesting withdrawal of Project
      964-D (Directly-Addressable Device Interface).  Complete.
70)   Gary Stephens will prepare a revised GPP for forwarding.  Complete.
71)   John Lohmeyer will forward the revised GPP to X3 for further processing.
Carry over.
72)   John Lohmeyer will forward SCC revision 4 to X3 for further processing
toward public review.
      Complete.
73)   Gene Milligan will prepare a written proposal for changing SBC based on
the motion approved
      under agenda item 10.4.  Over taken by events.  The material has been
incorporated in the document.

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.   He noted that since he had printed the
agenda, he had been informed the SCC Project will go to its first public review
|from March 17th to May 16th and the following projects have been approved:

          1120-D       ATAPI
      1121-DT   SCSI-2 Mapping to SSA Technical Report

      8.2   X3T10.1 Task Group Report

Ken Hallam reported on meetings in Austin, Texas and Newport Beach, California.
Ken said that T10.1 has about twenty members.  The exact numbers are not
available.  He noted that the projects have a significant amount of editorial
work left to accomplish.

John Scheible has announced his resignation as X3T10.1 chair to give him more
time to edit SSA documents.  Ken will be acting chair.  Gary Kapraun (from
Symbios Logic) will be the acting vice-chair.  Larry Lamers is the secretary.

Ken described how the SSA documents are being restructured.  Details of these
changes can be found in the X3T10.1 Working Group and Plenary minutes documents
(X3T10.1/95-123r0 Working Group, and X3T10.1/95-124r0 Plenary).

Ken also described how X3T10.1 has decided to separate their meetings from the
X3T10 meetings.  This was felt necessary in order to get sufficient focus on
T10.1 issues.  Bob Snively asked about the level of alignment between X3T10.1
documents and X3T10 documents, particularly the SCSI-3 Architecture Model.

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

      CAM is at a public review that will close on April 4, 1995.

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

Steve Finch reported that ATA-2 letter ballot closed March 2, 1995.  The letter
ballot results are available in document 95-166r0.  In summary, the letter
ballot was approved 47:1:0:9.

All comments received in response to the letter ballot have been resolved.  A
no vote from Western Digital was resolved.  A late no vote from Cirrus Logic
also was processed and predominately resolved.  The ATA-2 document is being
revised based on the comment review.

Gene Milligan moved that the following note be added to clause 6.2.12 of the
ATA-2 document: "Note: The assertion of CORR by the device while BSY=0 might
not be recognized by BIOS and drivers which sample status as soon as BSY=0."
Tom Hanan seconded the motion.  The motion passed in the absence of any
objection.

Gene Milligan moved that X3T10 accept the recommendations of the ATA Working
Group regarding the ATA-2 document and forward the revised ATA-2 document
(revision 3) to X3 for further processing.  Steve Finch seconded the motion.

Tom Hanan moved to amend the motion to not forward the until the IOL issue is
addressed.  The motion to amend failed for lack of a second.  Steve Finch
stated that the IOL issue has become part of the ATA-3 standard.  Tom Hanan
said that the current definition of mode 4 and the current statement for IOL
preclude many implementations.

Gene's motion passed 34:1:0:22.

Tom Hanan cast the negative vote and said that Western Digital believes that
the ATA-2 document is in jeopardy for mode 4 timing due to the inability handle
IOL.

Steve Finch took an action item to prepare ATA-2 revision 3.  John Lohmeyer
took an action item forward ATA-2 revision 3 to X3 for further processing.

      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.

Peter moved that the technical editor of X3T10/855D, SCSI-3 Parallel Interface
Revision 15 make the changes described below to Annex B of the document before
it is balloted at X3.  X3T10 believes the changes to be editorial in nature and
insufficient to require additional public review.  If X3 is of a contrary
opinion and believes the changes necessitate another a public review cycle,
X3T10 wishes to withdraw the modifications and to address them in an errata
bulletin separate from the standard.

pg. 52, section B.4.1.1 Transfer Cycles.  Add the following statement to the
end of statement 4:

      "All devices assert the DB(6) signal."

pg. 47, section B.3.1 Configuration Requirements.  Replace statement b) with:

      "b) Any SCSI initiator on the bus shall be a SCAM initiator."

Correct several minor typos and font problems that caused such errors as ohms
symbols being replaced with a capitol W and section references being left
blank.

Ed Gardner seconded the motion.  The motion passed 34:0:23.

Larry Lamers took an action item to prepare SPI revision 15a.  John Lohmeyer
took an action item forward SPI revision 15a to X3 for further processing.

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

      Duncan reported that the Working Group meeting identified many
corrections needed in SIP.  Duncan announced that effective immediately George
Penokie will take over as  the technical editor for SIP.  John Lohmeyer thanked
Duncan for his excellent work on preparing SIP Rev 4a.

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

John reported that he sent a letter to X3 recommending withdrawal of DADI.  He
has not received a response yet.  He believes that an X3 letter ballot will be
processed soon.

      8.8   SCSI Common Access Method -3 (CAM-3) Status {Project 990-D} [Dallas]

      Bill Dallas reported on the work of the CAM-3 study group.  Bill will be
providing minutes of the study group meeting as document 95-174r0.

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

John reported that Gary encountered delays preparing the GPP due to troubles
with Word Perfect, but that Rev 9 was now complete and will be forwarded to X3.

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

Ron Roberts reported that SBP is in public review.  The public review closes
March 21, 1995.   No public review comments have been received.

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

Bob Snively reported that FCP is in public review.  The public review closes
March 21, 1995.

Bob reported that public review comments have been received from IBM and
Unisys.  Bob reviewed the comments. All the IBM comments are editorial in
nature.  The Unisys comment can be addressed simply.

Details of the FCP comments status can be found in the X3T10 General Working
Group minutes (95-170).

Bob will be drafting responses to the FCP public review comments.

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

Charles Monia reported that SAM is at public review. The public review closes
March 21, 1995.

Charles reported that public review comments have been received from IBM and
LLNL. Details of the SAM comments status can be found in the X3T10 General
Working Group minutes (95-170).  Charles said that some of the changes are of a
technical nature.

Charles will be drafting responses to the SAM public review comments.

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

Ralph Weber reported that revision 5 of the SPC failed to make the January
mailing.  Revision 6 is already in progress and will be at Larry's house in
time for the March mailing.  Ralph noted that revision 6 will not include the
description of the PORT STATUS command.  This conforms better to the public
review version of the SAM, which does not discuss multi-port configurations.
It also anticipates more detailed definitions of multi-port configurations
planned by Bob Snively.  The change does negate the action approving document
94-176r0.

Several proposals affecting the SPC are to be voted on at this Plenary.  Ralph
suggested that completion of this round of votes would be a good time to close
SPC-1, with revision 6 being the draft Ralph hopes to send to a letter ballot
for forwarding to first public review.  Ralph said that the X3T10 action on
that letter ballot should occur at the May meeting.

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

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   John reported receipt of  revision 1 of the SBC from Rick Tewell.
Revision 1 will be in the next mailing.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             
      8.15  SCSI-3 Stream Commands (SSC) Status {Project 997-D} [Lappin]

      Ted described SSC work on tape densities.  Ted listed several areas in
which additional SSC work still is in progress.  Devon Worrell asked about SCSI
compatibility with QIC-120, QIC-121, and QIC-157.  Ted took Devon's advice
regarding keeping the various standards in synchronization.

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

John reported that Rick plans to have a revision 0 of SGC ready soon.

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

Erich reported that revision 3 of the SMC is available at this meeting.  There
may be a revision 4 soon.

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

      George reported that the public review period for SCC will start on March
17, 1995 and end on May 16, 1995.

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

      Ron Roberts reported on the working group meeting from MMC.  There were
two command set presentations; from Philips and Yamaha.  Revision 2.0a is
available.  It will be placed on the BBS next week.  A working group meeting is
requested in the Bay Area on March 29 and 30 hosted by Philips Semiconductor.

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

      John reported that the Fast-20 document letter ballot closed in January.
Revision 3 was produced after the January meeting.  John described changes
since revision 3.

      George Penokie moved that Fast-20 revision 6 be accepted including
substantive changes after the letter ballot, replacing revision 2.  Jim McGrath
seconded the motion.  The motion passed 33:0:0:24.  John Lohmeyer took an
action item to forward Fast-20 Rev 6 to X3.

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

      Gene Milligan reported that the ATA Working Group failed to process any
ATA-3 agenda items, due to work required on the ATA-2 letter ballot comments.
Pete McLean reported that ATA-3 has been placed on the BBS and copies were
provided to the ATA Working Group.  The ATA-3 document contains a some minor
editorial changes and several technical changes approved by the ATA Working
Group.

      8.22  ATA Packet Interface (ATAPI) Status {Project 1120-D} [Milligan]

Gene Milligan revision 2 of the SFF ATAPI document was distributed during the
ATA Working Group meeting.

Gene described handling of the ATA command overlap work.  The specifics of
command overlap (both weak and strong overlap) have been effectively moved out
of the ATA-3 document and to the ATAPI document.

      8.23  XOR Commands Study Group [Houlder]

Ralph Weber reported that Gerry Houlder will provide written minutes of the XOR
Study Group meeting in document 95-161r0, which will be in the next mailing.

      8.24  Systems Issues Study Group [Penman]

Duncan Penman reported on the recent meeting of the System Issues Study Group.
The major result of the meeting was a proposal that a new entity to be the
focal point for issues related to the use or implementation of X3T10 standards.
Other recommendations were that a separate email reflector be created and that
Duncan work with John Lohmeyer to establish the proper operational mechanics
for the new group.

      8.25  SPI Futures Study Group [Aloisi]

Paul Aloisi reported that the SPI futures study group set July 1995 as a
deadline for papers.   He then described how the several SPI futures topics
have been divided to five functional areas and other topics that will not be
ready by July 1995.

Minutes of the SPI Futures Study Group meeting can be found in document 95-
172r0.

9.          Old Business

      9.1   X3T10 Standards Development Policy and Procedure (94-198r1)
            [Milligan]

In January, 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 then moved that consideration of the above motion be
deferred until March 9th.  Ron Roberts seconded the motion.  The motion to
defer consideration passed unanimously.  The main motion was re-opened.

Without objection, John Lohmeyer replaced the original process flow-chart with
the one he drafted (document 95-157r0).

Gene Milligan described editorial comments received on the SCSI reflector from
Lansing Sloan.  Ralph Weber also had some editorial comments.  John asked that
the editorial comments be provided to Gene, who will prepare revision 2.

The motion passed 31:0:0:26.

John took an action item to forward 94-198r2 to X3 for review and action.

      9.2   Clarification of international program fee [Allan]

John reported that no response has been received from X3 regarding this issue.

      9.3   Immediate Commands (94-244r2) [Lappin]

Ted reviewed his proposal to extend the sense key specific data to permit
progress indication on commands other than FORMAT.  Ted moved that 94-244r2 be
approved for inclusion in the SPC.  Erich seconded the motion.  The motion
passed 22:0:35.

10.         New Business

      10.1  ATA-2 Letter Ballot Results and Resolution (95-004)

John Lohmeyer reported the results of the letter ballot.  See 95-166r0 for the
complete results.  The ballot passed 47:1:0:9.  Yes comments were received from
Pete McLean of Maxtor and No comments were received from Tom Hanan of Western
Digital.

      10.2  ASC/ASCQ request for cleaning (95-133) [Lappin]

Ted Lappin presented his request for two new ASC/ASCQ for cleaning functions.
Ted moved that 95-133r0 be approved for inclusion in the SSC.  Erich Oetting
seconded the motion. George Penokie asked that the ASC/ASCQ values be made
applicable to controller devices.  The motion was so amended, producing 95-
133r2. The amended motion passed 24:0:33.

      10.3  READ POSITION changes (95-118r0) [Lappin]

Ted presented his proposal to make the READ POSITION command mandatory in SSC.
The proposal also provides additional control over what returned data is valid.
Ted moved that 95-118r0 be approved for inclusion in the SSC.  Erich seconded
the motion.  Bill Dallas noted a typographical error in the proposal.  The
motion was amended to correct the proposal, producing 95-118r1.  The amended
motion passed 24:0:33.

      10.4  INQUIRY command enhancements (94-188r8) [Weber]

Ralph presented his proposal to add CDB support reporting to the INQUIRY
command.  He described the history of the command and how it responds to the
removal of the requirement that targets check for zeros in reserved CDB fields.
He noted two editorial corrections that will require creation of 94-188r9.
Ralph then moved that 94-188r9 be accepted for inclusion in SPC.  Peter
Johansson seconded the motion.  The motion was approved 32:0.

      10.5  Attached medium changers (95-103r1) [Weber]

Ralph described the problems with reused operation codes in the MOVE MEDIUM and
READ ELEMENT STATUS commands.  He then reviewed the proposal to correct the
problems and the changes requested by the Working Group.  Ralph moved that the
revised document (95-103r2) be approved for inclusion in the SPC and the SMC.
Erich Oetting seconded the motion.  The motion was approved 29:1.

      10.6  Addressability of TARGET RESET task management function (94-236r1)
             [Snively]

Bob reviewed the Working Group discussion of logical unit resets.  He noted
that the organization complaining about new SPI message codes will not complain
if a single byte message is used.  Therefore, he plans to go forward with
defining a new SPI message to address logical unit reset needs.  Bob will be
drafting a new revision of his proposal for consideration at the next working
group meeting.


11.         ISO [Milligan]

      11.1  Report

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

                                ISO Report 3/95

SC 25 Working Group 4 has distributed N626   which is a contribution from
Professor, Doctor Oehler on Interfaces of active components to the cabling. Ed
Grivna has requested a list of references to convert from EIA to IEC component
standards for Fibre Channel. A new ISSBN 1695 document dated 94/11/30  SD9
Memorandum of Agreement for US TAGs has been distributed.

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  Request 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 JTC 1 - Third Edition.

JT94-0717 94/12/21  provides a Timeline for JTC 1 Strategy for Implementation
of  Information Technology. The X3T10 IR has requested additional information
|from the US contact  Karen Higginbottom, higginbottom at cup.hp.com, on both the
international and US activity on electronic mechanization.

                                end ISO report

Gene Milligan moved that X3T10 recommend to OMC that international CD and DIS
documents not be required to have a US public review period.  Chuck Brill
seconded the motion.  The motion passed 33:0.

      11.2  Votes on New Project Proposals

Gene Milligan move that the IR submit project proposals for SC25 new work items
to achieve ISO/IEC publication of the following X3T10 documents: SCSI-3 FCP,
SCSI-3 SAM, SCSI-3 SBP, SCSI-3 SSC, and SCSI-3 SPI.  Chuck Brill seconded
motion.  John reminded those present that only U.S. domiciled organizations can
vote on this motion.  The motion passed 31:0.  Gene Milligan took an action
item to submit the approved project proposals.

      11.3  Approval of the ISO Delegation

Gene Milligan moved that John Lohmeyer, Larry Lamers, and himself be authorized
as the X3T10 delegation to the SC25 working group 4 meeting in Toronto.  Ted
Lappin seconded the motion. John reminded those present that only U.S.
domiciled organizations can vote on this motion.  The motion passed 32:0.

12.         Liaison Reports

      12.1  X3T11 Liaison Report [Cummings]

X3T11 met on February 8, 1995 with 76 attenders. Two member organizations were
deleted (Batelle Labs., Triquint), and five added (Boeing, Cambex, McData,
Prisa Networks, Quantum), bringing the membership of X3T11 to 57.

Four X3T11 Letter Ballots closed on the day before the Plenary.  The ballot
forwarding the Revised IPI-3 Disk draft for a First Public Review passed F35-O3-
DNR16. The ballot forwarding the Revised IPI-3 Tape draft for a First Public
Review passed F36-O2-DNR16.  Both of these drafts will be further modified in
light of the comments received.  The ballot to withdraw project 782-D (HIPPI-
IPI-3) passed F38-O00-DNR16.  The ballot forwarding an SBCON Project proposal
passed F28-O11-DNR15.  As the membership prior to the Plenary was 54, all of
these ballots met the 2/3rds rule.

A number of items of errata were been discovered with X3.230-1994, FC-PH.  The
Technical Editor was actioned to create an Errata document, and a letter ballot
was been authorized.

There was a long and complex debate on the merits of performing a major change
to the current FC-PH-2 draft (formerly FC-EP) in terms of the physical
variants which are included.  Before this could be considered, it was necessary
to repeal the previously-agreed cutoff of technical scope of the document.
This motion passed F30-O07-A01-DNV19.  The motion to remove the present 2 and 4
gigabaud shortwave laser variants, and to include longwave multimode laser
variants @ 0.531, 1 and 2 gigabaud, shortwave laser variants without OFC @ 1,2
& 4 gigabaud, and a longwave LED variant @ 266 megabaud passed F35O-02-DNV20.
The motion to reinstate the cutoff of technical scope then passed F32-O0-A0-
DNV35.

During the above process, it was discovered that the multi-level priority
scheme necessary to support some of the real-time applications, which had been
part of the previously-agreed technical scope, had been inadvertently omitted
|from the current draft.  Discussions on the best method of incorporating the
feature were scheduled to occur subsequent to the Plenary.

It was agreed that all future electrical variants would be defined such that
any required equalization be located external to the equipment bulkhead.

There was also a discussion on the best location for the FC services
definitions.  No conclusion was reached, but the relevant Technical Editors
were asked to make a decision based on the stated desire for both timely
publication and continued and expedited work on management services.

X3T11 Letter Ballots were authorized on the FC-FG and FC-PH-2 projects,
contingent on the receipt of acceptable drafts from the Technical Editors

A revision of a draft change control procedure was presented for comment, with
the intention of a vote being taken at the next Plenary.

      12.2  SFF Industry Group [Allan]

Dal Allan reported that SFF will be meeting tomorrow.  The ATAPI will be
getting a letter ballot for forwarding to X3T10.  The letter ballot on the
original ATAPI passed.  A letter ballot regarding SFF handling system issues
also passed.

Dal described work on several connector issues being processed by SFF.

      12.3  IEEE P1394 [Marazas]

Jerry Marazas provided the following electronic report:

By vote of the P1394 Working Group, authorization was granted to form a Ballot
Response Committee (BRC) for the purpose of acting on behalf of the Working
Group in order to process comments received during the first stage public
review conducted relative to the P1394 draft standard. This processing consists
of generating a response letter to the comments submitter indicating
disposition determined by the BRC to be appropriate. As necessary, the BRC
shall modify the draft standard (7.1v1) in order to incorporate the comments
disposition. The BRC has determined that sufficient change to the draft
standard results from the comments processing process that it is necessary to
issue a new version of the document. The goal of BRC is to have generated the
new version of the draft standard by the end of April 1995. Upon completion of
its work effort, the BRC intends to submit the new draft along with
accompanying disposition letter to the IEEE for their administration of a
second public review of P1394.

Thus far there have been two sets of BRC meetings. The first BRC meeting was
hosted in Boca Raton on February 14, 15, and 16, 1995. The second BRC meeting
took place here in Newport Beach during X3T10 week on March 6, 7, and 8, 1995.
Two remaining BRC meetings have been scheduled with announcements posted to the
P1394, X3T10, and P1394 Trade Association reflectors. The next BRC meeting is a
bus management focus session hosted at the Sony Corp. Zanker Road  facility on
March 16 and 17, 1995. The intended final BRC meeting is scheduled for April
12, 13, and 14 in Austin, Texas and hosted by Skipstone Corp.

      12.4  IEEE P1285 Status [Pak]

IEEE P1285 is a standards group organized to define a new interface for "high-
latency", non-volatile memory elements such as rotating media and solid state
memory. The group is targeting configurations where storage elements are small
enough to be attached directly to the motherboard. The goals are to provide
support for scheduling of data transfers spanning large numbers of units and to
represent the traditional secondary storage elements as an extension to the
system's main memory (memory-mapped).

Issues of concurrency, latency, bandwidth, extensibility, scalability are being
addressed.  The increasing demand for deterministic data transfers by real-time
applications is being examined.  Support is to be provided for scheduling data
transfers in a predetermined manner in order to support time dependent
applications.

The major features of P1285 are identified below:

   o Control and data space is memory mapped using P1212
   o Two interface levels: Beta & Gamma
   o Beta  Level: 32-bit optimized, master/slave
   o Gamma Level: 64-bit optimized, master
   o Byte addressable, true memory mapped disk architecture
   o Inherent spindle synchronization support
   o Isochronous support
   o Self-synchronous data transfer
   o Live insertion/removal
   o Motherboard direct attach
   o Scalability in performance and cost

IEEE P1285 Project Status

The collaboration with P1596 SCI continues to finishing up. Another short co-
located meeting will be held on March 24.  Martin Freeman made a presentation
on P1285 to the P1394 Trade Association General Meeting in January.  The P1285
isochronous mover capability and rate-based control feature have been added.
The P1285 working group voted to forward the P1285 document to the IEEE for
balloting, subject to editorial changes.  The document to be forwarded to the
IEEE is currently undergoing editorial review.

Upcoming Events

Future P1285 meetings are scheduled as follows:

       March 24         Co-located Meeting with IEEE 1596, Santa Clara
            University, Bannon Engineering Building, 12:15-1:30 PM.

       March 29         Liaison Meeting with NSIC, Santa Clara University time
TBD.

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 the new revision of the standard was approved at the
February meeting.  It will be called PC-card Standard, February 1995.  The
document should be at the printer.  Pete also reported on some of the current
work being undertaken in the PCMCIA group.

      12.6  AIIM C21 [Podio]

Fernando owes X3T10 a document.  Stephen Heil will remind Fernando of his
commitment.

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.
71)   John Lohmeyer will forward the revised GPP to X3 for further processing.
74)   John Lohmeyer will write a letter to Micropolis regarding the XOR
command set and possible patent
      issues.
75)   Steve Finch will prepare ATA-2 revision 3 based on the approved
responses to letter ballot comments.
76)   John Lohmeyer will forward ATA-2 revision 3 to X3 for further processing
in first public review.
77)   Larry Lamers will prepare SPI revision 15a.
78)   John Lohmeyer will forward SPI 15a to X3 for further processing in
second public review.
79)   Gene Milligan will prepare revision 2 of 94-198 (the X3T10 Policies and
Procedures document).
80)   John Lohmeyer will forward 94-198r2 to X3 for review and additional
processing.
81)   Gene Milligan will submit project proposals for SC25 new work items to
achieve ISO/IEC publication
      of the following X3T10 documents: SCSI-3 FCP, SCSI-3 SAM, SCSI-3 SBP,
SCSI-3 SSC, and
      SCSI-3 SPI.
82)   Larry Lamers will include the X3T11 change control procedure in the next
X3T10 mailing.
83)   John Lohmeyer took an action item to deal with IEEE regarding the lack
of  liaison from P1285 to
      X3T10 with respect to the formation of the ballot pool for P1285 (based
on the Plenary discussion
      of this topic).
84)   George Penokie will prepare a document (probably a technical report)
describing the SPI fairness
      algorithm.
85)   John Lohmeyer will forward SCSI-3 Fast-20 Rev 6 to X3 for first public
review.

14.         Meeting Schedule

The next plenary meeting of X3T10 will be May 11, 1995, in Harrisburg, PA, at
the Sheraton Hotel (717-561-2800), hosted by AMP, Inc.  The meeting will begin
at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday.

The meeting list for the next plenary week is:

                              May '95 Meeting Map

Monday 5/8         9   10  11  12  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8
                   +===============================+
                   | SPI futures working group     |                  (30)
                   +================+==============+
                                    | XOR study grp|                  (20)
                   +----------------+==============+
                   |FC-AL Direct Attach Disk ad hoc|                  (20)
                   +-------------------------------+

Tuesday 5/9        9   10  11  12  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8
                   +===========================================+
                   |  X3T10.1                                  |      (25)
                   +===========================================+
                   |  SCSI-3 WG                                |      (40)
                   +===============+===========================+
                   |  CAM-2 WG     |  MMC Working Group        |      (40)
                   +===============+===========================+

Wednesday 5/10     9   10  11  12  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9
                   +===============================================+
                   | SCSI-3 WG                                     |  (45)
                   +===============+===============================+
                   | System Issues | ATA WG (ATA-3/ATAPI)      |      (40)
                   +===============+===========================+
                   | SFF Form Factor WG            |                  (20)
                   +---------------+---------------+

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

Friday 5/12    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)
VHDCI             Very High Density Connection Interface
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
----------------------------- ------------ --------- -----------------------
ATAPI Editing Meeting         F 3/17       9am       Irvine / Western Digital
MMC Working Group             W 3/29-30    9am       San Jose / Ron Roberts
ATA-3 Working Group           W 4/12-13    9am       Longmont / Pete McLean
ATAPI Working Group           F 4/14       9am       Longmont / Pete McLean
SPI Futures Working Group     April                  Denver


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,&SSA-PH   Larry Lamers   (408) 432-4776
                                            lamers at aol.com
System Issues                Duncan Penman  (408) 730-2565
                                            penman at netcom.com
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 and MMC                  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
SIP, SCC                     George Penokie (507) 253-5208
                                            gop at rchvmp3.vnet.ibm.com
Other Activities             John Lohmeyer  (719) 573-3362
                                            john.lohmeyer at hmpd.com


The long-term X3T10 meeting week schedule is:

Date              Location                   Host/Comments
--------------- ------------------------       --------------------------
May  7-12, 1995   Harrisburg, PA             AMP
Jul  9-14, 1995   Colorado Springs, CO       Symbios Logic
Sep 10-15, 1995   Manchester, NH             Digital
Nov  5-10, 1995   Palm Springs, CA           Western Digital
Jan  8-12, 1996   *Dallas, TX                *Quantum
Mar 11-15, 1996   Newport Beach, CA          QLogic
May  6-10, 1996   *Atlanta, GA               *Adaptec
            or:   *Harrisburg, PA            *AMP
Jul 15-19, 1996   *Colorado Springs, CO      *Symbios Logic
Sep  9-13, 1996   *Northeast USA             *Digital
Nov  4- 8, 1996   Palm Springs, CA           Western Digital

* tentative

Larry Lamers moved that the X3T10 guest room charge cap be raised to $125,
including room costs, taxes, and parking.  Charles Monia seconded the motion.
The motion passed 26:1.

John described an offer from Joe Molina to undertake arranging contracts with
hotels services for X3T10.  The group discussed the matter but decided not to
accept Joe's offer at this time.

      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.

Bob Snively moved and Ron Roberts 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 7:10 p.m. on Thursday March 9, 1995.


                      Meeting Attendees -- 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. Ron Apt            O  Advanced Micro Devices
Mr. Edward Fong        P  Amdahl Corp.              esf10 at amail.amdahl.com
Mr. Charles Brill      P  AMP, Inc.                 cebrill at amp.com
Mr. Michael Wingard    P  Amphenol Interconnect
Mr. Jan V. Dedek       P  Ancot Corp.               dedek at ancot.com
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. Ian Morrell        P  Circuit Assembly Corp.    crctassmbl at aol.com
Mr. Joe Chen           P  Cirrus Logic Inc.         chen at cirrus.com
Mr. Edward Haske       P  CMD Technology
Mr. Peter Johansson    P  Congruent Software, Inc.  pjohansson at aol.com
Mr. Michael Alexenko   A# Conner Peripherals        Mike.Alexenko at conner.com
Mr. Charles Monia      P  Digital Equipment Corp.   monia at shr.dec.com
Dr. William Ham        A# Digital Equipment Corp.   ham at subsys.enet.dec.com
Mr. William Dallas     A# Digital Equipment Corp.   dallas at wasted.enet.dec.co
                                                    m
Mr. Dave Race          O  Distributed Processing    Treadway at dpt.com
                          Tech.
Mr. Robert Reiseh      O  Eastman Kodak Co.
Mr. I. Dal Allan       P  ENDL                      2501752 at mcimail.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. Eric Yen           V  Foxconn
Mr. Mike Chenery       A# Fujitsu                   mchenery at fcpa.fujitsu.com
Mr. Robert Liu         P  Fujitsu Computer          74503.1610 at compuserve.com
                          Products,Am
Mr. Jeff Epstein       A  Future Domain Corp.       jeffe at fdc.mhs.compuserve.
                                                    com
Mr. J. R. Sims         A# Hewlett Packard Co.       robsims at depeche.lvld.hp.c
                                                    om
Mr. Pat Edsall         O  Hewlett Packard Co.       edsall at hpdmd48.boi.hp.com
Ms. Nancy Cheng        A# Hitachi Computer Products n_cheng at hitachi.com
Mr. Francesco Liburdi  V  Hollingsworth
Mr. Thomas J. Kulesza  A  Honda Connectors
Mr. George Penokie     P  IBM Corp.                 gop at rchvmp3.vnet.ibm.com
Mr. Duncan Penman      P  IIX Consulting            penman at netcom.com
Mr. Geoffrey Barton    P  Iomega Corp.              glbarton at iomega.com
Mr. Pat Lavarre        V  Iomega Corp.
Mr. Dean Wallace       P  Linfinity Micro
Mr. Ezra Alcudia       A  Maxoptix Corp.
Mr. Pete McLean        P  Maxtor Corp.              pete_mclean at maxtor.com
Mr. Bob Masterson      P  Methode Electronics, Inc. rwmast at aol.com
Mr. Peter Brown        P  Oak Technology, Inc.      brown at corp.oaktech.com
Mr. Stephen F. Heil    O  Panasonic Technologies,   sfh at research.panasonic.co
                          Inc                       m
Mr. Skip Jones         P  QLogic Corp.              sk_jones 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. John F. Fobel      O  Rancho Technology, Inc.
Mr. Ben Mattox         V  Robinson Nugent, Inc.
Mr. Hank Davenport     V  Samsung Electronics       72102.1773 at compuserve.com
Mr. Gene Milligan      P  Seagate Technology        Gene_Milligan at notes.seaga
                                                    te.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. Robert N. Snively  P  Sun Microsystems Computer bob.snively at eng.sun.com
Co
Mr. John Lohmeyer      P  Symbios Logic Inc.        john.lohmeyer at hmpd.com
Mr. Patrick Mercer     P  SyQuest Technology, Inc.  patrick.mercer at syquest.co
                                                    m
Mr. Pete Tobias        A  Tandem Computers          tobias_pete at tandem.com
Mr. Brett Philip       V  Temp-Flex Cable Inc.
Mr. Harvey Waltersdorf P  Thomas & Betts
Mr. Yasuichi Hashimoto O  Toshiba America
Mr. Peter Dougherty    P  UNISYS Corporation        peter.dougherty at mv-oc.uni
                                                    sys.com
Mr. Paul D. Aloisi     P  Unitrode Integrated       Aloisi at uicc.com
                          Circuits
Mr. Jeff Stai          P  Western Digital           stai 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

66 People Present

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




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