X3T10 Minutes from Harrisburg Meeting

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Minutes of X3T10 Plenary Meeting #9 in Harrisburg, PA           X3T10/95-211r0

Accredited Standards Committee
X3, Information Technology
                                                      Doc. No.: X3T10/95-211r0
                                                          Date: May 18, 1995
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                                                      Reply to: John Lohmeyer

To:        Membership of X3T10

From:      Ralph Weber, Secretary X3T10
           John Lohmeyer, Chair X3T10

Subject:   Minutes of X3T10 Plenary Meeting #9
           Harrisburg, PA -- May 11, 1995


                                       Agenda

1. Opening Remarks

2. Approval of Agenda

3. Attendance and Membership

4. Approval of Minutes - March Meeting Newport Beach, CA (X3T10/95-171r1)

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} [Penokie]
   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 Clarification of international program fee [Allan]
   9.2  Addressability of TARGET RESET task management function (94-236r1)
      [Snively]

10. New Business
   10.1 Resolution of SCSI CAM (0792-D) Public Review Comments
   10.2 Resolution of SCSI-3 SPI (0855-D) Public Review Comments
   10.3 Resolution of SCSI-3 SBP (0992-D) Public Review Comments
   10.4 Resolution of SCSI-3 FCP (0993-D) Public Review Comments
   10.5 Resolution of SCSI-3 SAM (0994-D) Public Review Comments
   10.6 Resolution of SCSI-3 SCC (1047-D) Public Review Comments
   10.7  Request for Blocks of Density Codes and Medium Type Codes for QIC
      Tape Drives (95-201) [Freeman]
   10.8 Initiator-controlled Write Protect (95-134) [Lappin]
   10.9 Medium Partition Page (1-4) enhancements (95-152r3) [Lappin]
   10.10 ATA+PI Project Proposal [Milligan]
   10.11 New TC [Milligan]
   10.12 Project Proposals (SPI-2, ESPC, FCP-2, and SSA-...)
   10.13  New  "Last  n  deferred  error  notifications  page"  (95-218r0)
      [Frazier/Penokie]

11. ISO Report [Milligan]
   11.1 Approval of the Memorandum of Understanding
   11.2 Instructions to the 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


                              Results of Meeting

1.          Opening Remarks

John Lohmeyer, the X3T10 Chair, called the meeting to order at 1:00 p.m.,
Thursday May 11, 1995.  He thanked Charles Brill of AMP, Inc. 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:

      10.8  Initiator-controlled Write Protect (95-134) [Lappin]
      10.9  Medium Partition Page (1-4) enhancements (95-152r3) [Lappin]
      10.10 ATA+PI Project Proposal [Milligan]
      10.11 New TC [Milligan]
      10.12 Project Proposals (SPI-2, ESPC, SSA, ...)
      10.13 New "Last n deferred error notifications page" (95-218r0)
            [Frazier/Penokie]
      11.1 Approval of MOU
      11.2 Instructions to the 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 11 people from 7 organizations informing
them that their membership was in jeopardy due to non-attendance (see 95-
009r0) and that their membership would be terminated if they did not attend
this meeting.  (Somewhat unusually, 5 of the 7 had been in jeopardy last
time.)  All organizations were represented at this meeting except National
Semiconductor.  Their principal member will be changed to observer status.

The following organizations re-joined X3T10 at the meeting:  Eastman Kodak and
Panasonic.

The X3T10 membership is now at 59 organizations up from 58 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 - March Meeting Newport Beach, CA (X3T10/95-171r1)

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 May 25, 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 archiving.  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, send an email to majordomo at dt.wdc.com with the line 'subscribe ata'
in the message body.  To subscribe to the SCSI Reflector, send an electronic
message to: scsi-request at symbios.com and include your mailing address in the
message body.

John announced the creation of the X3 WWW home page; http://www.x3.org/

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.

John reported that Micropolis has not responded to the letter he sent as a
result of the March meeting.

Since the last meeting, the Chair received an email from Mr. Totani of Toshiba
advising him that patent 5,375,243, "Hard Disk Password Security System"
assigned to Compaq Computer Corporation, may relate to the secure mode
discussions of the ATA working group.  Mr. Totani's email says the claims are
"completely the same as current IBM's password implementation. It has 2 level
passwords and erase commands (WIPE DATA)."  John Lohmeyer accepted an action
item to send a letter to Compaq similar to the one Gene Milligan had drafted
for him to send to Micropolis.

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

62)   Larry Lamers will generate the SCSI-2 responses document for
      distribution to ISO via the IR. Complete.
63)   Larry Lamers will prepare a final ISO version of SCSI-2.  Complete.
71)   John Lohmeyer will forward the revised GPP to X3 for further
       processing.  Complete.
74)   John Lohmeyer will write a letter to Micropolis regarding the XOR
      command set and possible patent issues.  Complete.
75)   Steve Finch will prepare ATA-2 revision 3 based on the approved
      responses to letter ballot comments.    Complete.
76)   John Lohmeyer will forward ATA-2 revision 3 to X3 for further
      processing in first public review.      Complete.
77)   Larry Lamers will prepare SPI revision 15a.  Complete.
78)   John Lohmeyer will forward SPI 15a to X3 for further processing in
      second public review.  Complete.
79)   Gene Milligan will prepare revision 2 of 94-198 (the X3T10 Policies and
      Procedures document) .    Complete.
80)   John Lohmeyer will forward 94-198r2 to X3 for review and additional
      processing.  Complete.
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, SCSI-3 SPI, and FAST-20. 
      Complete
82)   Larry Lamers will include the X3T11 change control procedure in the
      next X3T10 mailing.  Carry over.
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).
      Complete.
84)   George Penokie will prepare a document (probably a technical report)
      describing the SPI fairness algorithm. Carry over
85)   John Lohmeyer will forward SCSI-3 Fast-20 Rev 6 to X3 for first public
      review.  Complete.

8.          Subgroup and/or Project Status Reports

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

John Lohmeyer said that he and the other X3T1x chairs had attended the OMC
meeting the previous week.  He also said that the current X3T10 project status
summary was included on the backs of the meeting agendas and will be included
in the mailing as usual.

      8.2   X3T10.1 Task Group Report

Ken noted that this is the last co-located meeting with X3T10.1 and X3T10.
The working group met 4/24-4/26 Denver, CO.  The X3T10.1 Plenary met 5/9/95
Harrisburg.  There were 23 principle members and 13 people attending.

The Plenary approved recommendations of Denver WG:
      Draft for SSA-TL1, (989D) to Rev. 5 (L. Lamers)
      Draft for SSA-S2P, (1121TR) to Rev. 2 (J. Scheible)

X3T10.1 reviewed draft for PH1 (Rev. 4a) (W. Ham).  Clarifications and
corrections were approved resulting in (r 4b).  All 3 updated drafts, (PH1,
TL1, S2P) will be in the next mailing.

X3T10.1 reviewed 6 new/revised project requests, approved & fwd to X3T10

X3T10.1
DocNo.       Name                                                    Proj. #
95-134       SSA-PH1 Physical Desc. of 20 MB/s simplex xfr rate
95-135       SSA-PH2 Physical Desc. of 40 MB/s simplex xfr rate
95-136       SSA-TL1 Transport Layer, 20 MB/s simplex xfr rate       (989D)
95-137       SSA-TL2 Transport Layer, 40 MB/s simplex xfr rate
95-138       SSA-S2P ULP, SCSI-2 Mapping                             (1121TR)
95-139       SSA-S3P ULP, SCSI-3 Mapping                             (1051D)

X3T10.1 authorized working group meetings June 26,27 (Monterey) and study
group meeting June 30 (Monterey).  X3T10.1 also approved special exception
|from $125 limit for Monterey meeting.

X3T10.1 approved the following 12 month meeting schedule, (SSA-Week):

Date            Location                      Host                Hotel

June 26         Monterey, CA                  Conner              Doubletree
August 28       Ithica, NY                    Pathlight           TBA
October 30      Havant, UK                    IBM/Xyratex         TBA
December 11     San Jose, CA                  VLSI Technology     TBA
February 26     San Jose, CA                  Samsung             TBA
April 29        Burlington, VT                IBM                 TBA


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

Bill Dallas reported that CAM-1 had finished second public review with
one comment received (see agenda item 10.1).

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

John reported that the first public review on ATA-2 will run from June 7, 1995
to August 8, 1995.

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

John reported that SPI has passed second public review with no comments
received.  The X3 approval letter ballot closes June 19, 1995.

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

George reported that there has been no change in the SIP status.  He
hopes to have a new revision ready for the July meeting.

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

John Lohmeyer reported that the X3 Letter Ballot to drop this project had
closed last week and the project is now closed.  It will be removed from
subsequent agendas.

Gene Milligan noted that an OMC member suggested that IEEE 1285 should be
substituted for DADI.

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

Bill Dallas reported that no one attended the CAM working group meeting.
Instead coordination between CAM and the Systems Issues groups were discussed
with Duncan Penman.  Bill provided some details of how the two efforts might
be related.

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

John reported that the X3 approval letter ballot on this technical report 
closes June 29, 1995.

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

Ron Roberts reported that public review comments have been received from
Sony and Digital.  Pre-edit comments were also received from the ANSI editor.
Ron described plans to have an editors meeting the week of May 15th at Sony.
Ron said that a revised document will be ready for the July meetings.

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

Bob Snively noted that substantial discussion about the FCP public review 
comments and responses occurred at the working group (minutes 95-210).
Bob reviewed the highlights of the public review comments and proposed
responses.

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

Charles reported that the SAM public review comments and proposed responses
were reviewed and revised in the SCSI working group (minutes 95-210).  Charles
described the SAM comments and responses document (95-202).

Charles reported that a revised copy of SAM will be mailed at least two weeks
prior to the July meetings.  The intent is to take a forwarding vote (for
second public review) at the July meeting.

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

Ralph reported that SPC revision 6 was in the last mailing.  That
revision was almost ready for a forwarding letter ballot.  Then, the working
group meeting identified at least three new work items for SPC.  Ralph noted
that, unless X3T10 decides on a cutoff for forwarding of SPC, the document
will never be forwarded.

Ralph described two mode page notices (95-221 and 95-222) that have been
distributed on the SCSI Reflector and will be in the next mailing.  The mode
page problems are too many vendor-specific codes assigned for stream devices
and a desire to incorporate the Power Condition mode page in all device types.

Ralph reported that the following changes will be added to the SPC in
revision 7. Remove references to SCSI-1 and CCS.  Make code values that
represent them Reserved for historical uses.  Change SCSI-2 and SCSI-3
references to include the words, "the architecture defined by ..."  Search for
bogus uses of the PORT STATUS command.  The table listing commands is known to
be wrong.  Add a command document column to table 21.

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

Rick reported that SBC revision 1 was somehow omitted from the mailing.
However, SBC will be in the next mailing.  Rick noted the locations where
electronic copies of SBC revision 1 can be obtained.  Rick said that SBC
revision 2 will be finished soon.  Rick described the changes planned for
revision 2.  Rick asked those present to review the density code tables in SBC
and verify that they are correct.

Rick announced that he will be conducting discussions of SBC topics on
the SCSI Reflector.

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

Ted Lappin reported that a sparsely attended, but productive joint
SSC/SMC meeting was held earlier this week.  A proposal to change the way
density codes are handled was discussed.  The same method may also be
applicable to SBC removable media devices.  The QIC request for a block of
density codes was put on hold.  Partition mode pages and soft write protect
proposals were approved by the working group.

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

Rick reported that SGC revision 0 will be in the next mailing.  He described
some desired enhancements to SGC that were discussed in the working group and
will be considered for future SGC revisions.

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

Erich reported that, in the joint meeting with SSC earlier this week,
extensions to the SMC model to handle groups of devices were discussed.  Minor
corrections to the SMC document were also discussed.  Revision 4 of SMC should
be available by the next meeting.

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

George reported the public review period closes May 16th.  He
anticipated a revision 5a of SCC.  He noted that a significant technical hole
was resolved in the working group (minutes 95-210).

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

Ron reported that the MMC working group has developed architectural
flows for CD-R.  The group also is working on a functional requirements
document.

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

John reported that the first public review period for Fast-20 is June 7,
1995 to August 8, 1995.

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

Gene Milligan reported that the ATA ad hoc met two times since the last X3T10
meeting.

At the Longmont meeting the group reviewed SFF 8020 revision 2.2 and agreed on
which sections of that document should be included in the initial ATAPI draft.
A plan was agreed to which included an assembled document for the June working
group meeting leading to a  target for the X3T10 letter ballot of  November
1995 which is also the target for ATA-3.

The group voted that 95-125r2 Dynamic Power Selection be accepted for
incorporation into ATA-3.  They also voted to accept X3T10/95-199r0 which
reduces the minimum drive current from 12 mA to 4 mA for incorporation into
ATA-3.  In addition they voted to reduce the 2 minute time-out for DRDY to 30
sec. after the BSY bit goes away.  Another agreement was to delete the DASP
Timing Diagram in favor of the text which did not cause the interpretation
problems.

In a liaison role the group voted that ATA the working group request that the
SFF ATAPI not incorporate features for strong overlap and command queuing into
SFF-8020 because these will be defined within the ATA project.

The ad hoc recommended that drives be allowed to enable its default optimum
set multiple value at power on without the issuance of a SET MULTIPLE command
in ATA-3.

At the Harrisburg meeting:

Tom Hanan reported that the ATAPI document is being converted to Word.  This
will be completed by June 21, 1995.  The working group recommend that the ATA-
3 and ATAPI projects be combined into a single document and the revised
project proposal be subject to a letter ballot at X3T10.

In order to focus the coverage of the ATA arena the ad hoc requested that a
new technical committee be formed to address projects in the ATA marketplace.

Dan Colegrove withdrew the proposal for Informational Exception Condition
Reporting in favor of SFF-8035.  At the moment the content of SFF 8035 has not
been proposed by anyone for the ATA standard. Jim McGrath reviewed SFF 8035i
Self-monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology SFF-8035 is in the public
domain and is being distributed for industry awareness.

The ad hoc voted that 95-154r1 the version indication proposal be accepted for
incorporation into ATA-3.

The ad hoc recommends that ATA-3 revision 1 be accepted as the current working
draft and that a version number be assigned.

Pete McLean reviewed proposal (95-194r1) for command overlap and queuing.
Several items were identified for follow up. A principal goal is to minimize
the cost of any hardware changes.

The ad hoc recommended that 95-219r0 Project Proposal for ATA+PI  be forwarded
by X3T10.

For planning purposes the group recommended the following meeting schedule
subject to periodic approval by the parent committee:

June 21-22, 1995 at the Crown Sterling Suites in Milpitas, CA hosted by
Quantum.
July 18-20, 1995 at the Crown Sterling Suites in Milpitas, CA hosted by
Quantum.
August 23-25, 1995 at the Crown Sterling Suites in Milpitas, CA hosted by
Quantum.
September 20-22, 1995 at the Crown Sterling Suites in Milpitas, CA hosted by
Quantum.
October 18-20, 1995 at the ?? in Irvine, CA hosted by Phoenix Technologies.
November 29-December 1, 1995 - at the ?? in Irvine, CA hosted by Western
Digital.

Gene moved that revision 1 of ATA-3 (project 2008) be accepted as the
current working document.  Steve Finch seconded the motion.  The motion was
approved unanimously.

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

(Covered in the above agenda item.)

      8.23  XOR Commands Study Group [Houlder]

Gene Milligan reported that 94-111r8, the XOR command document, was
discussed at the meeting earlier this week.  Gene described some specific
technical changes in the XOR proposal.  One change revised error status
delivery from a BUFFER FULL status to a CHECK CONDITION status with a new
ASC/ASCQ assignment.

Gene offered to conduct a second XOR tutorial at the July meeting.
However, the offer was withdrawn after the motion (below) passed.

Gene moved that 94-111r9 (r8 as amended) be accepted for inclusion in
SBC, as recommended by the XOR study group.  Ed Gardner seconded the motion.
The issues of possibly related patents was discussed briefly.  The motion
passed 43:0:16.

      8.24  Systems Issues Study Group [Penman]

Duncan reported on the recent System Issues study group meeting.  Minutes of
the meeting are available in 95-227r0.

      8.25  SPI Futures Study Group [Aloisi]

Paul Aloisi reported on the activities of the SPI Futures Study Group.
Minutes of the meeting are available in 95-209r0.

9.          Old Business

      9.1   Clarification of international program fee [Allan]

Dal reported that no response has been received to his letter.  John noted
that the question is on his list for a visit to ITI the next day. [Chair's
note:  Jean-Paul Emard suggested that the chairs of X3T10, X3T11, and X3T12
send a joint letter to ITI requesting that there only be one IPF for members
of one or more of these Technical Committees.  He said he would support our
request.  Roger Cummings, Chair X3T11, is drafting the letter.]

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

Bob Snively requested that this item be addressed at the July meeting.

10.         New Business

      10.1  Resolution of SCSI CAM (0792-D) Public Review Comments

John reported that the second public review for CAM closed recently.  A
comment was received from LLNL.  Bill Dallas reported on his effort to resolve
the comments.  The comments and resolutions document is 95-206.

Charles Monia moved that X3T10 accept CAM revision 12b, which resolves the
public review comments and includes responses for any non-substantive comments
received after the public review closed, and forward 12b to X3 for final
processing with the statement that 12b resolves all public review comments and
contains no substantive changes from the public review document.  Duncan
Penman seconded the motion.  The motion passed 37:0:0:22.

Bill Dallas took an action item prepare CAM revision 12b.  John Lohmeyer took
an action item to forward CAM 12b to X3 for final processing.

      10.2  Resolution of SCSI-3 SPI (0855-D) Public Review Comments

There were no comments on SPI.  The X3 letter ballot for forward SPI to ANSI
closes June 19th.

      10.3  Resolution of SCSI-3 SBP (0992-D) Public Review Comments

At the request of the editors, action on SBP was deferred until July.

      10.4  Resolution of SCSI-3 FCP (0993-D) Public Review Comments

Bob Snively moved that the FCP comments and responses document (95-204r2,
revision 1 as further revised by the working group) be accepted as the
comments and resolutions for the FCP first public review comments.  Gary
Watson seconded the motion.  John noted that some of the responses resulted in
substantive changes.  Therefore, a second public review will be required for
FCP.  The motion passed 37:0:0:22.

John took an action item determine which persons lodging comments must be
notified of the comments resolution.  John took an action item to notify those
who commented on FCP (as per the results of the previous action item) of the
comments resolution and their obligation appeal the resolution within 15 days.

      10.5  Resolution of SCSI-3 SAM (0994-D) Public Review Comments

Charles Monia reported that the public review comments and responses will
substantially change the SAM.  Therefore, a second public review will be
required.

Bob Snively moved that the SAM comments and responses document (95-202) be
accepted as the comments and resolutions for the SAM first public review
comments.  Larry Lamers seconded the motion. The motion passed 37:0:0:22.

John took an action item to notify those who commented on SAM of the comments
resolution and their obligation appeal the resolution within 15 days.

      10.6  Resolution of SCSI-3 SCC (1047-D) Public Review Comments

John noted that two public review comments have been received.  However no
actions can be taken because the public review period is still open.  George
reported that the changes required by the public review are substantive and
will require a second public review.  [Chair's note: a third public review
comment was received from Thomas Wicklund which will be dealt with in July.]

      10.7  Request for Blocks of Density Codes and Medium Type Codes for QIC 
            Tape Drives (95-201) [Freeman]

John introduced a request from QIC for blocks of density codes and medium
codes for assignment by QIC.

John described the working group proposal that assignment of codes be delayed
until the working group decided on proposed changes to the density code and
medium code handling methodologies.

In the absence of any objections, John took an action item to write a letter
to QIC informing them of the delay in the assignment of blocks of codes to
QIC.

      10.8  Initiator-controlled Write Protect (95-134) [Lappin]

Ted presented an SSC working group approved proposal that allows software to
ask a tape drive to activate its write protect logic.  Ted noted that this
mechanism cannot override and disable hardware-based write protection.  Ted
Lappin moved that 95-134r0 be approved for inclusion in SSC.  Gary Stephens
seconded the motion.  The motion passed 28:1:0:30.  The negative vote was
based on an existing proprietary implementation of a similar feature.

      10.9  Medium Partition Page (1-4) enhancements (95-152r3) [Lappin]

Ted presented the SSC working group approved document describing enhancements
to the medium partition pages (95-152r3).  He described the features of the
proposal.  Ted moved that 94-152r3 be accepted for inclusion in the SSC.  Gary
Stephens seconded the motion.  The motion passed 33:0:0:26.

      10.10 ATA+PI Project Proposal [Milligan]

Gene Milligan described a set of ideas resulting from the latest ATA working
group meeting.  He described a new project proposal that is the combination of
the ATA-3 project and the ATAPI project.  He noted that approval of the new
project proposal will be followed by a request to discontinue the current ATA-
3 and ATAPI projects.

Gene also described a proposal by the ATA working group that a new technical
committee be formed (by X3) to handle ATA issues.

Gene moved that X3T10 approve forwarding the ATA-PI project proposal to X3.
Steve Finch seconded the motion.  The motion was immediately divided into the
question of recommending the formation of a new Technical Committee (see next
agenda item) and the forwarding of the ATA+PI project proposal.  After
substantial floor debate, John accepted a request to vote on the two motions
by letter ballots (see next agenda item).

      10.11 New TC [Milligan]

Gene moved that X3T10 recommend to X3 that a new Technical Committee be formed
with responsibility for the ATA projects.  Steve Finch seconded the motion.
The relationship between the proposed TC and the SCSI command sets was
discussed at length.  The advantages of and needs for the separate TC were
discussed.

Dal requested that the chair conduct the vote letter ballot.  Gene Milligan
also requested that a letter ballot vote be conducted.  John agreed with the
request.

Gene was asked for the results of the working group vote to recommend a new
technical committee in the ATA working group. Gene reported that the vote was
9:4.

Larry took an action item to conduct a letter ballot vote on the question of
creating a new technical committee for ATA.  Larry took an action item to
conduct a letter ballot vote to approve the ATA+PI project proposal.

      10.12 Project Proposals (SPI-2, ESPC, FCP-2, and SSA-...)

Larry accepted an action item to conduct letter ballots on the SPI-2, ESPC,
FCP-2, SSA-S2P, SSA-S3P, SSA-TL1, SSA-TL2, SSA-PH1, SSA-PH2 project proposals.

      10.13 New "Last n deferred error notifications page" (95-218r0)
             [Frazier/Penokie]

George Penokie presented a proposal for addition of a deferred error
notifications log page to the SPC.  George moved that the proposal (95-218r0,
as amended) be accepted for inclusion in the SPC.  Bob Snively seconded the
motion.  The motion passed 13:9.

11.         ISO Report [Milligan]

Gene Milligan, the X3T10 International Representative, gave a brief oral
report and noted the members of the US delegation to the upcoming ISO/IEC
JTC1/SC25/WG4 meeting in Montreal, Canada.  These meetings are not open --
only the delegation members may attend.

      11.1  Approval of the Memorandum of Understanding

Gene presented a memorandum of understanding that X3 has asked X3T10, X3T11,
and X3T12 to sign.  The memorandum has the effect of causing a single
technical committee to be the representative for all three on issues not
specific to one of the TC's projects.

Gene moved that X3T10 approve the memorandum of understanding subject to the
approval of X3T11 and X3T12.  Gary Watson seconded the motion.  The motion
passed 26:0.

      11.2  Instructions to the Delegation

John noted that the committee may give specific instructions to the delegation
to the June WG4 meeting.  No specific instructions were forthcoming.

12.         Liaison Reports

      12.1  X3T11 Liaison Report [Cummings]

X3T11 met on April 5, 1995 with 82 attenders. One member organization was
added (Symbios Logic) and none lost, bringing the membership of X3T11 to 58
organizations.

The results of two separate first Public Reviews were announced.  The 1PR for
FC-SB (Rev 3.3) closed with comments from only the ANSI editor. The 1PR for FC-
AL (Rev 4.4) closed with comments from both the ANSI editor and from FSI (186
comments).

The result of an X3T11 Letter Ballot on forwarding FC-FG Rev 3.2 for further
processing and a first Public Review was announced as F42-O1-DNV14. Four of
the For ballots included comments.

The approval of four new Projects were announced. The revision to HIPPI-SC was
assigned Project 818-R. The HIPPI Serial Technical Report was assigned Project
1117-DT. The 10 bit gigabit interface Technical Report was assigned Project
1118-DT. The third generation Fibre Channel Physical and Signaling interface
(FC-PH-3) was assigned Project 1119-D.

Four project proposals were also forwarded for further processing. A proposal
for a HIPPI Serial Standard project was forwarded by a vote of F39-O03-DNV16.
A proposal for a FC Copper Interface Implementation Guide Technical Report was
forwarded by a vote of F39-O00-18DNV. A proposal for a second generation FC
Generic Services definition (FC-GS-2) was forwarded by a vote of F40-O00-DNV18
and a proposal for a second generation FC Arbitrated Loop definition (FC-AL-2)
was forwarded by a vote of F40-O00-DNV18.

A number of editorial mistakes and typos have been discovered in FC-PH
Revision 4.3 over the last year. These items of have been collected into an
erratum, and by a vote of F41-O01-DNV16 this erratum was also forwarded for
further processing.

The situation regarding the editorship of FC-IG was discussed, but no
resolution has yet been achieved. The release of the required tools from IBM
is being pursued and a call for a new editor for this project will be issued.

A detailed review of FC-LE Revision 0.90 took place in an Ad Hoc meeting
before the Plenary. Two or three major issues were discovered, and resolution
is expected by the August X3T11 Plenary.

X3T11 Letter Ballots on HIPPI-FC (Rev. 3.1, the transport of FC frames over
HIPPI) and FC-GS (Rev. 1.5, including a basic directory service, a common
transport, a native SNMP mapping and a Time Service) were authorized.

A change control procedure which had been discussed since October 1994, and
which emphasizes the provision of comments and requests for change in binary
form, was adopted unanimously. It was also
agreed that the procedure should presently be applied to the FC-AL, FC-FG & 
FC-GS projects.

The Next X3T11 Plenary meeting will be held on June 14,95 at Raddison Plaza
hotel in Rochester, MN. The phone number for the hotel is (507) 281-8000.
Horst Truestedt of IBM Rochester is the host. The following X3T11 Plenary
meetings will be held as follows: 8/9 in Tarrytown, NY; 10/4 in Toronto, ON;
12/6 in San
Diego, CA (in conjunction with Supercomputing'95).

      12.2  SFF Industry Group [Allan]

Dal Allan reported the results of the letter ballots taken by the SFF
Committee.

SFF-8020 (ATAPI CD-ROM) was voted as two issues. The vote to forward passed
and the vote to approve the technical content failed with many comments
against the incorporation of extended overlap capabilities.

The information specification on how to properly handle ATA Termination on
local buses passed. The revision of SFF-8004 to accommodate new-generation
2.5" disks passed with one negative comment, requesting that the changes be
included in a different specification.

The SCA specifications were discussed at intermediate SSWGs (Specific Subject
Working Groups) and new revisions will be discussed at tomorrow's meetings.

      12.3  IEEE P1394 [Marazas]

Jerry Marazas, IEEE P1394 Chair, provided the following electronic report:

The P1394 Ballot Resolution Committee (BRC) is holding its final meeting next
week, May 16 and 17 at the Sony Zanker Road facility in San Jose, California.
Scott Smyers is the host for this meeting.  It is my expectation that at the
conclusion of this BRC meeting that all necessary work will have been
completed toward responding to the Public Review comments issued relative to
the P1394 draft standard. I further expect that final edit and clean up work
will be completed regarding the P!394 document by the first week in June.  At
that time, the new draft of the P1394 document will be forwarded to the IEEE
office for their administration of the re-circulation ballot.  With luck, the
re-circulation ballot will be conducted late Summer, or early Fall 1995 with
the result of a ratified IEEE standard.

      12.4  IEEE P1285 Status [Pak]

Bob Snively reported that the ballot sign-up period was continued, as
requested by X3T10.  He also noted that the public balloting should be started
soon.

      12.5  PCMCIA Report [McLean]

Pete reported that the new version of the standard (February 1995) is being
shipped at this moment.

      12.6  AIIM C21 [Podio]

Ralph Weber and Ken Hallam reported that the AIIM C21 activities have been
completed and AIIM has published their document.  John agreed to remove this
item from the next meeting agenda.

13.         Review of Action Items

82)   Larry Lamers will include the X3T11 change control procedure in the
      next X3T10 mailing.
84)   George Penokie will prepare a document (probably a technical report)
      describing the SPI fairness algorithm.
86)   John Lohmeyer will write a letter to Compaq Computer Corporation
      regarding patent 5,375,243, "Hard Disk Password Security System" and 
      issues with a similar scheme in ATA.
87)   Bill Dallas will prepare CAM revision 12b.
88)   John will forward CAM 12b to X3 for final processing.
89)   John will determine which persons lodging comments must be notified of
      the comments resolution.
90)   John will notify those who commented on FCP (as per the results of the
      previous action item) of the comments resolution and their obligation 
      appeal the resolution within 15 days.
91)   John will notify those who commented on SAM of the comments resolution
      and their obligation appeal the resolution within 15 days.
92)   John will write a letter to QIC requesting a delay in the assignment of
      a block of codes to QIC.
93)   Larry will conduct a letter ballot vote on the question of creating a
      new technical committee for ATA.
94)   Larry will conduct a letter ballot vote to approve the ATA+PI project
      proposal.
95)   Larry will conduct letter ballots on the SPI-2, ESPC, FCP-2, SSA-S2P,
      SSA-S3P, SSA-TL1, SSA-TL2, SSA-PH1, and SSA-PH2 project proposals.

14.         Meeting Schedule

The next plenary meeting of X3T10 will be July 13, 1995, in Colorado Springs,
CO, at the Red Lion Hotel (719-576-8900), hosted by Symbios Logic Inc.  The
meeting will begin at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday.

The meeting list for the next plenary week is:

                             July '95 Meeting Map

Monday 7/10        9   10  11  12  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8
                   +===============================+
                   | SPI-2 and ESPC Study Group    |                  (30)
                   +===============+===============+
                                   |High Avail. SG |                  (20)
                   +---------------+===============+
                   |FC-AL Direct Attach Disk ad hoc|                  (40)
                   +-------------------------------+

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

Wednesday 7/12     9   10  11  12  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8
                   +===========================================+
                   | SCSI-3 WG                                 |      (40)
                   +===============+===========================+
                   | System Issues | MMC Working Group |              (40)
                   +===============+===================+
                   |SFF Form Factor| SFF/VHDCI WG      |              (30)
                   +---------------+-------------------+

Thursday 7/13      9   10  11  12  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9
                   +---------------+===============================+
                   |  SFF          | X3T10 Plenary                 |  (40/80)
                   +===============+===============================+
                   |  SSC/SMC WG   |                                  (10)
                   +===============+

Friday 7/14    8   9   10  11  12

                   (No meetings planned for Friday)

    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)
ATA-2:            ATA Extensions
ATA-3:            Third Generation ATA
ATAPI:            ATA Packet Interface
CAM:              Common Access Method
CAM-3:            Next generation CAM for SCSI-3 (was called CAM-2)
Fast-20:          Synchronous Data Transfer at 20 Megatransfers/second
FC-AL:            Fibre Channel - Arbitrated Loop (an X3T11 project)
I/F:              Interface
High Avail.:      High Availability
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:              SFF 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 Cabled Interconnect
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)


Several other X3T10 events are also planned:

Event                         Day/Date     Time  Location/contact
----------------------------- ------------ ----- -----------------------------
MMC Working Group             Tu 6/7-8     9 am  Colorado Springs
ATA Working Group             We 6/21-22   9 am  Miliptas, CA / Quantum
ATA Working Group             Tu 7/18-20   9 am  Miliptas, CA / Quantum


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

Activity                     Contact        Telephone/Email
---------------------------- -------------- ------------------------------
ATA-2                        Steve Finch    (714) 573-6808
                                            steve.finch at tus.ssi1.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,Fast-20,& SSA-xxx        Larry Lamers   (408) 957-7817
                                            ljlamers 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 symbios.com

The long-term X3T10 meeting week schedule is:

Date              Location                   Host/Comments
--------------- ------------------------       --------------------------
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
Jul 15-19, 1996   Colorado Springs, CO       Symbios Logic
Sep  9-13, 1996   Natick, MA (near Boston)   Digital
Nov  4- 8, 1996   Palm Springs, CA           Western Digital

Ron Roberts moved that all the above meetings, hosts, and locations be
accepted.  Erich Oetting seconded the motion.  The motion passed 26:0.

      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 hoc groups should strive to achieve consensus prior to bringing
issues to X3T10.

Steve Finch moved and Ken Hallam seconded that X3T10 authorize the X3T10-
related meetings and events in the list above.  The motion passed 29:1.

15.         Adjournment

The meeting was adjourned at 6:49 p.m. on Thursday May 11, 1995.


                      Meeting Attendees -- Enclosure (1)

         Name          S        Organization         Electronic Mail Address
---------------------- -- ------------------------- -------------------------
Mr. Rick Heidick       A  3M Company                rdheidick at mmm.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            P  Advanced Micro Devices    Ronald.Apt at amd.com
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. Carl Booth         O  Amphenol/Spectra-Strip    7480559 at mcimail.com
Mr. Ron Roberts        A  Apple Computer            rkroberts at aol.com
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. Dhiru N. Desai     A# Cirrus Logic Inc.         chen at cirrus.com
Mr. Edward Haske       P  CMD Technology
Mr. David Evans        V  Compaq Computer Corp.     devans at bangate.compaq.com
Mr. Peter Johansson    P  Congruent Software, Inc.  pjohansson at aol.com
Mr. Louis Grantham     P  Dallas Semiconductor      grantham at dalsemi.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. Robert Reiseh      P  Eastman Kodak Co.         reish at sector.kodak.com
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.org
Mr. Edward Lappin      P  Exabyte Corp.             tedl at exabyte.com
Mr. Gary R. Stephens   P  FSI Consulting Services   6363897 at mcimail.com
Mr. Tim Norman         A# Fujitsu
                          Microelectronics/ECD
Mr. Kevin Calvert      A# Future Domain Corp.       kevinc at fdc.mhs.compuserve
                                                    .com
Mr. Stephen Holmstead  P  Hewlett Packard Co.       stephen at mail.boi.hp.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
Mr. Zane Daggett       A  Hitachi Cable             74354.2576 at compuserve.com
                          Manchester,Inc
Ms. Nancy Cheng        A# Hitachi Computer Products n_cheng at hitachi.com
Mr. Thomas J. Kulesza  A  Honda Connectors
Mr. George Penokie     P  IBM Corp.                 gop at rchvmp3.vnet.ibm.com
Mr. Dan Colegrove      A# IBM Corp.                 colegrove at vnet.ibm.com
Mr. Duncan Penman      P  IIX Consulting            penman at netcom.com
Mr. Mark Shipman       V  Intel Corporation         mark_shipman at ccm2.hf.inte
                                                    l.com
Mr. David Lawson       P  Interphase Corp.          lawson at iphase.com
Mr. Paul Jackson       A  Iomega Corp.
Mr. Dean Wallace       P  Linfinity Micro
Mr. Chuck Grant        A  Madison Cable Corp.       charles_grant at madisonusa.
                                                    ccmail.compuserve.com
Mr. Pete McLean        P  Maxtor Corp.              pete_mclean at maxtor.com
Mr. Bob Masterson      P  Methode Electronics, Inc. rwmast at aol.com
Mr. Jay Neer           A  Molex Inc.                jneer at usa.molex.com
Mr. Chris D'Iorio      P  NEC Technologies          CD-iorio at nectech.com
Mr. Kent Patel         V  Oak Technology, Inc.      kentp at corp.oaktech.com
Mr. Stephen F. Heil    P  Panasonic Technologies,   sfh at research.panasonic.co
                          Inc                       m
Mr. Curtis E. Stevens  V  Phoenix Technologies Ltd. curtis_stevens at ptltd.com
Mr. James McGrath      P  Quantum Corp.             JMCGRATH at QNTM.COM
Mr. Edward A. Gardner  A  Quantum Corp.             gardner at acm.org
Mr. Ben Mattox         V  Robinson Nugent, Inc.
Mr. Gene Milligan      P  Seagate Technology        Gene_Milligan at notes.seaga
                                                    te.com
Mr. Thomas 'Rick'      P  Sequoia Advanced Tech.,   thomas.tewell at seqadvtech.
Tewell                    Inc.                      com
Mr. Stephen G. Finch   P  Silicon Systems, Inc.     steve.finch at tus.ssi1.com
Mr. Mike Yokoyama      A  Sony Electronics, Inc.    masayuki at cppc.sel.sony.co
                                                    m
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. Vit Novak          A  Sun Microsystems, Inc.    vit.novak at sun.com
Mr. John Lohmeyer      P  Symbios Logic Inc.        john.lohmeyer at symbios.com
Mr. Akram Atallah      A  SyQuest Technology Corp.  akram.atallah at syquest.com
Mr. Harvey Waltersdorf P  Thomas & Betts
Mr. Yasuichi Hashimoto O  Toshiba America
Mr. Gary M. Watson     P  Trimm Technologies        trimm at netcom.com
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. Devon Worrell      A# Western Digital           worrell at dt.wdc.com
                          Corporation
Mr. Tom Hanan          A# Western Digital           hanan_t at a1.wdc.com
                          Corporation
Mr. Doug Piper         P  Woven Electronics         549.9900 at mcimail.com
Mr. Afshin Nouri       O  Yamaichi Electronics USA  6371175 at mcimail.com

71 People Present

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





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