Minutes of T10 Plenary Meeting #22

John Lohmeyer John.Lohmeyer at symbios.com
Mon Jul 21 20:24:16 PDT 1997


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Minutes of T10 Plenary Meeting #22 in Colorado Springs, CO  T10/97-212r0

Accredited Standards Committee*
National Committee for Information Technology Standards (NCITS)

                                             Doc. No.: T10/97-212r0
                                                 Date: July 21, 1997
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                                             Reply to: John Lohmeyer

To:               Membership of T10

From:             Ralph Weber, Secretary T10
                  John Lohmeyer, Chair T10

Subject:          Minutes of T10 Plenary Meeting #22
                  Colorado Springs, CO -- July 17, 1997

                                  Agenda

1. Opening Remarks

2. Approval of Agenda

3. Attendance and Membership

4. Approval of Minutes - March Meeting San Diego, CA (T10/97-177r1)

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 NCITS/OMC Liaison [Lohmeyer]
   8.2 T10.1 Task Group Report [Lamers]
   8.3 SPI Amendment (SPIAmnd) {Project 0855-D} [Johansson/Lamers]
   8.4 SCSI-3 Interlocked Protocol (SIP) Status {Project 856-D} [Penokie]
   8.5 SCSI Common Access Method - 3 (CAM-3) Status {Project 990-D} [Dallas]
   8.6 SCSI-3 Serial Bus Protocol (SBP) Status {Project 992-D} [Roberts]
   8.7 SCSI-3 Primary Commands (SPC) Status {Project 995-D} [Weber]
   8.8 SCSI-3 Block Commands (SBC) Status {Project 996-D} [Milligan]
   8.9 SCSI-3 Stream Commands (SSC) Status {Project 997-D} [Stephens]
   8.10 SCSI-3 Medium Changer Commands (SMC) Status {Project 999-D} [Oetting]
   8.11 Multimedia Command Set (MMC) Status {Project 1048-D} [Roberts]
   8.12 SCSI Parallel Interface - 2 (SPI-2) {Project 1142-D} [Ham/Penokie]
   8.13 SCSI Enhanced Parallel Interface (EPI) Technical Report {Project 1143-
      D} [Ham]
   8.14 SCSI Fibre Channel Protocol - 2 (FCP-2) {Project 1144-D} [Snively]
   8.15 Serial Bus Protocol - 2 (SBP-2) {Project 1155-D} [Johansson]
   8.16 SCSI Architecture Model - 2 (SAM-2) {Project 1157-D} [Monia]
   8.17 SCSI-3 Enclosure Commands (SES) {Project 1212-D} [Snively]
   8.18 High Availability Profile (HAP) Technical Report {Project 1224-DT}
      [Hagerman]
   8.19 SCSI Controller Commands - 2 (SCC-2) {Project 1225-D} [Penokie]
   8.20 Multimedia Command Set - 2 (MMC-2) Status {Project 1228-D} [Roberts]
   8.21 SCSI Primary Commands - 2 (SPC-2) Status {Project 1236-D} [Weber]
   8.22 SCSI-3 Transport via SBP-2 Status (STS) {Project 1240-D} [Johansson]
   8.23 SCSI Socket/SSL Services Command Set (SSS)  {Project 1246-D} [Parker]

9. Old Business
   9.1 Resolution of SSC Letter Ballot Comments (97-020r1) [Stephens]
   9.2 Project Proposal for command definition for mass storage on 1394 (97-
      162r0) [McLean]
   9.3 Request for Interpretation of "multiple-byte field" [Monia]

10. New Business
   10.1 Actions on Working Group Recommendations
      10.1.1 Additions to Stabilized Portions of SBP-2 [Johansson]
      10.1.2 Reducing Bus Set Delay from 1800 nsec to 1600 nsec in SPI-2 [Ham]
      10.1.3 Recommended Changes in the Fully Integrated SPI-2 [Penokie/Ham]
      10.1.4 Accept 97-203r2 (Warning/PFA ASC Reporting Selection) for SPC-2
         [Penokie]
      10.1.5 Accept 97-219r0 (REPORT LUNS Commands Requirements) for SAM-2 and
         SPC-2 [Oetting]
      10.1.6 Accept 96-267r4 (READ ELEMENT STATUS w/o RESERVATION CONFLICT)
         for SMC [Penokie]
      10.1.7 Accept 97-222r1 (Broaden Medium Changer Definition) for SMC
         [Oetting]
   10.2 Recommendation to disband T10.1 and assign its projects to T10
      [Lamers]
   10.3 Approval of Contract Editor Quotes and Invoices [Lamers]
   10.4 Initiation of a Letter Ballot on Forwarding SCC-2 Rev 3 to 1st PR
      [Penokie]
   10.5 Enclosure Profile Project Plans [DeKoning/Weber]

11. ISO
   11.1 ISO Report [Milligan]
   11.2 ISO Business [Milligan]
      11.2.1 Fast-20
      11.2.2 Re-Engineering Responses
      11.2.3 Other Projects for Initiation

12. Liaison Reports
   12.1 T11 Liaison Report [Cummings]
   12.2 T13 Liaison Report [Milligan]
   12.3 SFF Industry Group [Allan]
   12.4 IEEE 1394 [Johansson]
   12.5 Copy Protection Technical Working Group (CPTWG) [Worrell]
   12.6 IEEE P1285 Status
   12.7 IEEE P1596.8 Status
   12.8 SCSI Trade Association (STA) [Jones/Grantham]

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 T10 Chair, called the meeting to order at 1:30 p.m.,
Thursday July 17, 1997.  He thanked Symbios Logic for hosting the meeting,
allowing him to not travel this time.

John said that NCITS Subgroup Membership forms and the T10 Mailing
Subscription form were available from Larry Lamers or himself at the head
table.  He said that people should use the NCITS forms to insure the NCITS
Secretariat has the latest membership information.  These forms should be
mailed directly to the NCITS 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 T10 were made available to those attending.

2.    Approval of Agenda

The draft agenda was approved with the following additions:

      10.1.2 Reducing Bus Set Delay from 1800 nsec to 1600 nsec in SPI-2 [Ham]
      10.1.3 Recommended Changes in the Fully Integrated SPI-2 [Penokie/Ham]
      10.1.4 Accept 97-203r2 (Warning/PFA ASC Reporting Selection) for SPC-2
      [Penokie]
      10.1.5 Accept 97-219r0 (REPORT LUNS Commands Requirements) for SAM-2 and
      SPC-2 [Oetting]
      10.1.6 Accept 96-267r4 (READ ELEMENT STATUS w/o RESERVATION CONFLICT)
      for SMC [Penokie]
      10.1.7 Accept 97-222r1 (Broaden Medium Changer Definition) for SMC
      [Oetting]
      10.4 Initiation of a Letter Ballot on Fowarding SCC-2 Rev 3 to 1st PR
      [Penokie]
      10.5 Enclosure Profile Project Plans [DeKoning/Weber]
      11.2.1 Fast-20
      11.2.2 Re-Engineering Response
      11.2.3      Other Projects for Initiation

The following agenda items were added during the course of the meeting:

      12.5 Copy Protection Technical Working Group (CPTWG) [Worrell]

3.    Attendance and Membership

The membership requirements were reviewed.  NCITS 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 T10.  The individual may vote
at the second plenary meeting.  Working group meetings do not count toward
attendance requirements.

Organizations must also pay the NCITS Service Fee ($300) to maintain
membership.  The ANSI International Program Fee (also $300) is billed at the
same time.

The Chair said he had sent letters to 18 people from 8 organizations informing
them that their membership was in jeopardy due to non-attendance (see 97-
018r0) and that their membership would be terminated if they did not attend
this meeting.  The organizations in jeopardy were:  Ciprico Inc., CMD
Technology, Distributed Processing Tech., Fujitsu, Hitachi Cable Manchester,
NEC Electronics, Sony Electronics, and SyQuest Technology.  John noted that
both Hitachi Cable Manchester and Sony Electronics were not actually in
jeopardy; they were sent jeopardy letters due to errors in John's attendance
database.  He apologized for the errors.

All of the organizations were present except:

NEC Electronics,

They were terminated due to lack of attendance (i.e., the principal member was
changed to observer status and the first alternate member, if any, was
dropped).

The following organizations applied for and received membership or a
reinstated membership at this meeting:

Diogenes SCSI
FSI Consulting Services
LSI Logic Corp.
Methode Electronics, Inc.

The T10 membership during the meeting was 54 organizations up from 51
organizations last time.  Enclosure (1) is the list of the people present at
the meeting and enclosure (2) is the current T10 membership list.

4.    Approval of Minutes - March Meeting San Diego, CA (T10/97-177r1)

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) (202) 626-5741.

Larry Lamers requested that all documents for the next mailing be in his hands
in electronic format by 10:30 a.m. on Thursday July 24, 1997.  Documents
received after this time 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 T10 meets its
document archiving requirements by including the NCITS Secretariat on the
mailing list, documents included in the mailing must be suitable for
archiving.  This means that native-format electronic originals with proper
identification must be submitted.  Document T10/95-147 contains the list of
requirements for submissions.  Document T10/95-361r0 contains instructions for
expeditious delivery of documents to Larry.

The electronic copies can be sent directly to Larry by email (at
ljlamers at corp.adaptec.com), placed on the SCSI BBS (719-533-7950), or they can
be transferred by ftp protocol to ftp.symbios.com and placed in the
/pub/standards/io/incoming directory. In the latter two cases, please also
send an email to Larry (at ljlamers at ix.netcom.com) informing him of the exact
file name and location of the file.

John noted that the SCSI Reflector has been renamed the T10 reflector because
T10 does more than just SCSI.  Attempts to subscribe, unsubscribe, or post to
the SCSI reflector will be automatically directed to the T10 reflector.

As usual, minutes are also available on the SCSI BBS (719-533-7950),  the T10
World Wide Web page (see below), and will be distributed to the T10 Reflector.

To be added to the T10 Reflector, send an email to majordomo at symbios.com with
the line 'subscribe t10' in the message body.  The NCITS Secretariat maintains
a World Wide Web page at http://www.ncits.org/.  Symbios Logic maintains a
World Wide Web page on behalf of T10 at http://www.symbios.com/t10/.

The current document register is enclosure (3).  The T10 document register is
available on the SCSI BBS in file DR.TXT and at
ftp://ftp.symbios.com/pub/standards/io/t10/dr.txt.

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.  This document is
also on the WWW at http://www.ncits.org/help/ansi_sdo.html.  Annex I contains
the ANSI patent policy.  Amy Marasco manages patent issues for ANSI and can be
contacted at amarasco at ansi.org or 212-642-4954.

George Penokie asked about the handling of the IBM patent disclosure related
to SCC.  Should the process be repeated for SCC-2?  John Lohmeyer stated that
repeating the process would be the best thing to do, to be sure everything
goes smoothly with ANSI.

7.    Review of Old Action Items

208)  Bob Snively will forward 97-101r2 to IEEE under cover of a letter
      authorized by the T10 chair, and copy the chair and the committee
      document archive. Complete.
219)  Gene Milligan will submit MMC to ISO.  Complete.
220)  Gene Milligan will submit SPIamend to ISO. Complete.
221)  Gene Milligan will submit SPC rev 11a to ISO. Complete.
222)  Gene Milligan will submit SBC to ISO. Complete.
223)  Gene Milligan will submit the SCAM patent letter through the proper
      channels to ISO/IEC and supply a replacement patent statement for SPI to
      ISO/IEC. Complete.
225)  Larry Lamers will prepare a list of accepted proposals for integration
      in SPI-2.  Overtaken by events.
226)  Gene Milligan will prepare SBC revision 8a. Complete.
227)  John Lohmeyer will forward SBC revision 8a to NCITS for further
      processing, if no public review comments are received.  Sent 8b instead,
      correcting two typographical errors.
228)  Larry Lamers will incorporate the pre-edit comments into SPI Amendment
      #1.  Carryover.
229)  John Lohmeyer will forwarded the revised SPI Amendment #1 to NCITS for
      management review.  Carryover.
230)  John Lohmeyer will forward the revised SES to NCITS for management
      review.  Carryover.

8.    Subgroup and/or Project Status Reports

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

John Lohmeyer said that the current T10 project status summary was included in
the T10 Information Packages and will be included in the mailing as usual.

8.2   T10.1 Task Group Report [Lamers]

Larry Lamers reported that the T10.1 Task Group has completed its work.  John
Scheible will continue working with the ANSI editor to get the standards ready
for final publication.  Larry announced that a motion to disband T10.1 will be
made later in this meeting.

8.3   SPI Amendment (SPIAmnd) {Project 0855-D} [Johansson/Lamers]

Larry Lamers reported that he has not yet incorporated the edits agreed to at
the last meeting.  He promised to attend to this as soon as his schedule
permits.

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

George Penokie reported that he received the publication copy of SIP last
week.  John Lohmeyer congratulated him on completing SIP.  (This item will be
dropped from future agendas.)

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

Bill Dallas was unable to attend, but provided the following electronic report
(read to the committee by John Lohmeyer):

   What is in Revision 2
   - Converted document from Word Perfect to MS Word
   - Defined CCB formats for CAM-3
   - XPT services (callable services that provide information or an action).
   - Added dynamic topology methodology (SSA, FC etc.).  This functionality
       allows for the tracking and resolution of changes in the SCSI topology
       and the synchronization of (Device address changes).
   - Device identification and the association of multiple paths to a device
       (multi-initiator)
   - Added Async events
   
   Planned changes for Revision 3
   - Place all structure definitions into tables
   - Place all data values and bit definitions into tables
   - Change where applicable for SAM terminology
   - Add peripheral driver model
   - Add Target model
   - Update definitions
   - Add notes to explain reasons why certain functions/services are defined
       (e.g. prevents race conditions on SMP systems).
   - Add diagrams to show data structure relationships in EDT
   - Review document for terminology mismatches and change where applicable
   - Review sentence structure and change where applicable
   - Review for design flaws and change where applicable
   - Added methodology to obtain interconnect status (up, down, initializing
   )
   - Update undefined cross references in document - (e.g. refer to Clause XX
       to refer to Clause 9.1.2)

The committee discussed what will be done with the CAM-3 standard.  Concerns
were expressed about continuing the project as a standards effort, given the
less-than-enthusiastic industry adoption of CAM and CAM-3.  The possibility of
changing to a technical report was mentioned, but not fully investigated.
John advocated waiting until September to take any actions since Bill was not
present.

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

John Lohmeyer reported that the NCITS letter ballot recommending withdrawal of
SBP will close during August.  The public review concerning the withdrawal
passed.  Gene Milligan reported that SC25 secretariat has been instructed to
withdraw the project.

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

John reported that SPC has been approved for publication by the ANSI Board of
Standards Review.  Ralph Weber reported that he has received a copy of SPC
with final ANSI editorial mark-ups and is scheduled to discuss the edits with
Harvey Rosenfeld on July 17.  Ralph reported that his review of the edits has
uncovered no changes in the technical portions of the standard.  Numerous
changes have been marked in the front matter.

It was noted that Annexes B and C contain references to obsolete World Wide
Web sites, both x3.org and x3t10. Ralph was instructed to consult with Harvey
Rosenfeld about the possibility of correcting these references before final
publication.

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

John Lohmeyer and Gene Milligan reported that revision 8b had been generated
and sent to NCITS.  Revision 8b contained corrections for two typographical
errors:  1) in Table 74, RDC was changed to RCD, and 2) in Table 98, ISO/IEC
100090 was change to ISO/IEC 10090.

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

John Lohmeyer announced that Ted Lappin had resigned as technical editor for
SSC, due to the changed interests accompanying his new job.  Gary Stephens has
taken over technical editor duties for SSC.  The SSC/SMC working group
undertook some work on comments resolution work on SSC, but comment resolution
is not yet complete.  John answered some procedural questions about the
comments resolution process for Gary Stephens.

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

Erich Oetting reported on the activities of the SSC/SMC working group meeting
(minutes in 97-220).  Revision 8 of SMC will be in the next committee mailing.
Erich asked John Lohmeyer to conduct a T10 letter ballot vote on SMC rev 8 for
forwarding to first public review.

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

John Lohmeyer announced that MMC second public review will close on July 22,
1997.

8.12  SCSI Parallel Interface - 2 (SPI-2) {Project 1142-D} [Ham/Penokie]

George Penokie reported that SPI-2 revision 12, the first fully integrated
SPI-
2 draft (per instructions from the committee), has been completed and made
available on the ftp site.  Services are out, phases are in.  The structure of
SPI-2 is much more similar to SCSI-2 (as opposed to SIP).  George informed the
committee that he exercised a heavy editing pencil while converting the
Fairness Algorithm proposal to a SPI-2 annex.  George advised anyone
materially affected by SPI-2 to review revision 12 (or revision 13, whichever
is easier to find) very carefully.  He noted that a very small list of issues
remain to be resolved.

George expressed a goal of having SPI-2 revision 13 ready for the mailing, but
made no guarantees.

Gene Milligan asked when the complete SPI-2 document should be stabilized.
George recommended that the stabilization vote should be taken at the next
committee meeting.

George announced that the editor's meeting, previously discussed in the
working group (minutes 97-210), may been changed to a telephone conference.
Some concerns were raised about the use of a teleconference and the San Jose
meeting site was offered to anyone wishing to be in a face-to-face meeting.
George was uncertain about whether he would be at the San Jose meeting site,
or attend by telephone.  George announced that the date of the meeting is
August 27, 1997, unchanged from the previously agreed date.

8.13  SCSI Enhanced Parallel Interface (EPI) Technical Report {Project 1143-D}
[Ham]

Bill Ham reported on the activities on EPI in the general working group
(minutes 97-210).  He thanked those who had helped make progress in the EPI
development.  He stated the belief that revision 10 will be ready for the next
committee mailing.

Bill also described the work on latching and counting (see also 97-210).  He
noted that the work represents an important addition to the description of
SCSI.  However, he also expressed the belief that latching and counting is not
an EPI topic.  Bill felt certain that a home would be found for the latching
and counting information, but did not say where that home would be.

8.14  SCSI Fibre Channel Protocol - 2 (FCP-2) {Project 1144-D} [Snively]

Bob Snively reported the outstanding work items for FCP-2 are mode page
changes proposed by Ed Gardner and Gerry Houlder and approved by the
committee, as well as whatever may result from the tape support discussions
currently under way in both T10 and T11.  He thanked George for handling the
interface between protocol standards and SAM (as part of the SPI-2 work).  He
reported that no work has been done on the actual development of a FCP-2 draft
document.

8.15  Serial Bus Protocol - 2 (SBP-2) {Project 1155-D} [Johansson]

Peter Johansson gave an oral report to the committee and provided the
following electronic report:

   Since the May T10 plenary in Natick, MA, the SBP-2 ad hoc working group
   has met once, June 16, 1997, in San Jose, CA. Most of the discussion was
   on isochronous issues: addition of new modes, expansion of the model, the
   need to accommodate consumer devices as well as disks, etc.
   
   The working group recommended that 97-195r0, "Configuration ROM, power
   reset and security", be taken to the Colorado Springs plenary along with
   previously recommended 97-158r2, "Unrestricted page tables".
   
   The following meeting schedule was approved:
   July 22 (San Jose, CA) Editorial review session
   August 19 (Longmont, CO) Working group
   September 8 - 9 (Nashua, NH) Working group during T10 week
   October 7 (Irvine, CA) Working group
   
   Comment on SBP-2 isochronous is solicited from other segments of the
   industry, such as consumer electronics. The working group believes that
   existing isochronous features are adequate for disks but that extensions
   are needed for other targets.

Peter reported that SBP-2 revision 2e will be provided for the committee
mailing.

8.16  SCSI Architecture Model - 2 (SAM-2) {Project 1157-D} [Monia]

Charles Monia was unable to attend.  Prior to the meeting, he sent John
Lohmeyer an e-mail indicating that the SAM-2 status is unchanged since May.

8.17  SCSI-3 Enclosure Commands (SES) {Project 1212-D} [Snively]

Bob Snively reported that the ANSI edits have been given to a professional
editor, along with notes on typographical errors that he found.  Once the
edits have been incorporated and reviewed by Bob, the document will be ready
for NCITS letter ballot.

8.18  High Availability Profile (HAP) Technical Report {Project 1224-DT}
[Hagerman]

Doug Hagerman reported that no progress has been made.  He plans to do the
substantial amount of outstanding editing work soon.

8.19  SCSI Controller Commands - 2 (SCC-2) {Project 1225-D} [Penokie]

George Penokie reported that SCC-2 revision 2 was distributed and placed on
the ftp site about a month ago.  George has prepared SCC-2 revision 3 for the
committee mailing.  George requested that John Lohmeyer conduct a T10 letter
ballot to approve forwarding SCC-2 revision 3 to first public review.

8.20  Multimedia Command Set - 2 (MMC-2) Status {Project 1228-D} [Roberts]

Ron Roberts gave an oral report to the committee and provided the following
electronic report for the minutes:

   Significant changes to the command section of MMC-2:
   -Made the PLAY CD command obsolete, the next version of MMC(MMC III) the
       command will be removed.
   -Made the READ BUFFER CAPACITY command obsolete, the next version of
       MMC(MMC III) the command ill be removed.
   -Made the READ CD/DVD RECORDED CAPACITY command obsolete, the next version
       of MMC(MMC III) the command will be removed.
   -Made the READ HEADER command obsolete, the next version of MMC(MMC III)
       the command will be removed.
   -Made the READ MASTER CUE command obsolete, the next version of MMC(III)
       the command will be removed.
   -Made the SET C/DVD SPEED Command obsolete, the next version of MMC(III)
       the command will be removed.
   -The SYNCHRONIZE CACHE Command's name has been changed to FLUSH CACHE.
   
   -The following purposed MMC command OP codes will be recovered:
              48          Play Track Index
              49          Play Track Relative
              B8 & BB     Set Speed
              AA          Write CD
              A2          Write CD MSF
   
   -The following new OP code assignments are requested:
              OP Code     Command Name                        Device Class
              46          Get Configuration             All Devices
              4A          Get Event Status Notification All Devices
              A2          Send Event                    All Devices
              23          Read Format Capacities        D/W/R/O
              A3          Send Key                      R
              A4          Report Key                    R
              A7          Set Read Ahead                R
              AC          Report Performance                  D/W/R/O
              AD          Send DVD Structure                  R
              B6          Set Streaming                       D/R
   
   -Rename the CD devices class to C/DVD.
   -Ask for a new device class, X.

The group discussed a NDA that covers all of Fuji-II, which will be folded in
MMC-2 as soon as the NDA expires.

Based on a straw vote was taken at the MMC working group that passed 8:0:1,
Ron recommended that T10 consider the following proposal:

   Those areas that are used by MMC-2 that are different/new from SPC-2 be
   included into the SPC-2 effort and not included in the MMC-2 document.
   These include but are not limited to:
   
    Request Sense          Power Management
    Inquiry                Time-out
    Test Unit Ready        Get Event Status Notification
    Mode Sense/Select      Persistent Prevention
    Write Buffer           Send Event
    Error Reporting        SMART
    Man./Opt. Command def. Get Configuration(Morph)
   
   The MMC group will bring proposals for these to the SPC-2 group.  In
   addition SBC will  no longer be a normative reference for MMC-2.

The committee discussed the MMC working group proposal.  After a few details
of the proposal were presented, the committee was favorably disposed.  Details
of meeting schedules and timeline concerns were discussed without specific
resolution.  [Secretary's Note: The meeting schedule issues were resolved
later in this meeting, when the full meeting schedule plan was discussed.]

8.21  SCSI Primary Commands - 2 (SPC-2) Status {Project 1236-D} [Weber]

Ralph Weber reported that he has converted all clauses up to and including the
REQUEST SENSE command to FrameMaker for SPC-2.  Conversion of the ASC/ASCQ
table was particularly interesting.  The next serious challenge will be
converting the informative tables in annexes A and B.  Ralph also noted plans
to honor a request to switch from Arial to Helvetica font.

8.22  SCSI-3 Transport via SBP-2 Status (STS) {Project 1240-D} [Johansson]

Peter Johansson reported no activity since the last plenary meeting.

Peter solicited comments from the T10 committee so that he might reach closure
on STS.  Bob Snively discussed the overview of the purpose of STS vis-a-vis
SBP-2 with Peter.  As the discussion became too extensive, Peter suggested
that a working group discussion time be scheduled.  This prompted an
inconclusive  discussion of the meeting roadmap.  [Secretary's Note: The
meeting schedule issues were resolved later in this meeting, when the full
meeting schedule plan was discussed.]

8.23  SCSI Socket/SSL Services Command Set (SSS)  {Project 1246-D} [Parker]

John reported that SSS has been assigned NCITS project number 1246-D.  Keith
Parker described his plan to leverage some academic development work to get
drivers written in support the SSS project and review the draft document as it
is developed.

9.    Old Business

9.1   Resolution of SSC Letter Ballot Comments (97-020r1) [Stephens]

Action on this item was deferred to the next meeting.  John announced that the
incomplete draft comments resolution document is 97-204r0.  Gary assured the
committee that a r1 draft will be forthcoming.

9.2   Project Proposal for command definition for mass storage on 1394 (97-
162r0) [McLean]

Pete McLean reported that after three intense hours of debate in a highly
polarized meeting, no action can be proposed on this topic at this meeting.
Action on this item was deferred to the next meeting.

9.3   Request for Interpretation of "multiple-byte field" [Monia]

John Lohmeyer reported that Charles Monia had sent him an email requesting
that this item be dropped.

10.   New Business

10.1  Actions on Working Group Recommendations

10.1.1      Additions to Stabilized Portions of SBP-2 [Johansson]

Based on the unanimous recommendation of the SBP-2 working group, Peter
Johansson moved that, subject to editorial corrections,  97-158r2, "Enhanced
page tables", and 97-195r0, "Configuration ROM, power reset and security", be
incorporated into the previously stabilized portions of SBP-2, and themselves
be stabilized.  Mark Evans seconded the motion.  Peter carefully described the
proposed changes and discussed them with the committee.  The motion passed
40:1:1:12=54.  Gene Milligan stated his negative vote was based on concerns
about documenting the same information in two places, a property of one of the
proposals.

10.1.2      Reducing Bus Set Delay from 1800 nsec to 1600 nsec in SPI-2 [Ham]

John Lohmeyer reviewed the history of the proposal (97-223) - reducing the Bus
Set Delay from 1800 nsec to 1600 nsec - concluding with the report that the
working group unanimously recommended the proposal.  Ed Gardner moved that the
maximum Bus Set Delay be reduced from 1800 nsec to 1600 nsec throughout in
SPI-
2. Bill Ham seconded the motion.  The motion, which affected the stabilized
portion of SPI-2, passed 40:0:0:14=54.

10.1.3      Recommended Changes in the Fully Integrated SPI-2 [Penokie/Ham]

George Penokie described how the technical editor incorporated the SCSI-2
values for single ended and high-voltage differential cable impedance values
in SPI-2.  He noted that the working group felt this was over jealous
integration of SCSI-2 information in SPI-2.  George Penokie moved that the
Fast-5 (or Slow) characteristic impedance values be removed from SPI-2.  Gary
Stephens seconded the motion.  George stated his belief that the change does
not affect the stabilized portion of SPI-2.  The motion passed 40:0:0:14=54.

George reported that the working group asked that a minimum conductor size of
28 AWG be added to SPI-2 for 25 meter cable lengths at Fast-40 speeds.  He
note that the stabilized SPI-2 currently specifies only a minimum of 30 AWG
cable.  The committee discussed the exact wording of the cable length value.
With committee concerns in mind, George Penokie moved that the stabilized
portion of SPI-2 be modified to include a minimum conductor size of 28 AWG for
Fast-40 cable lengths greater than 12 meters.  Paul Aloisi seconded the
motion.  The motion passed 39:2:4:9=54.  Kirk Rogers stated that his negative
vote was based on a belief that further consideration of the effects of the
change is needed.  Bill Ham stated that he felt that topic should be remanded
to the working group.

10.1.4      Accept 97-203r2 (Warning/PFA ASC Reporting Selection) for SPC-2
[Penokie]

Based on  unanimous recommendation of the working group, George Penokie moved
that 97-203r2 be accepted for inclusion in SPC-2 at the editor's earliest
convenience.  Gene Milligan  seconded the motion.  The motion passed
30:1:3:20=54.  Devon Worrell stated that his negative vote was based on the
unnecessary complexity introduced by the proposal.

10.1.5      Accept 97-219r0 (REPORT LUNS Commands Requirements) for SAM-2 and
SPC-2 [Oetting]

Based on the unanimous recommendation of the working group, Erich proposed
that the committee approve 97-219r0 for inclusion in SPC-2.  The effect of the
proposal is to make REPORT LUNS mandatory for devices that have multiple LUNs.
Peter Johansson questioned the interaction of this proposal at the ongoing
work of the SBP-2 and MMC working groups.  Based on the earlier decision to
review a large collection of SPC-2 changes proposed by the MMC working group,
consideration of this proposal was remanded to the joint SCSI/MMC working
group meeting (Wednesday morning of the September T10 week).

10.1.6      Accept 96-267r4 (READ ELEMENT STATUS w/o RESERVATION CONFLICT) for
SMC [Penokie]

Based on the unanimous recommendation of the SSC/SMC working group, Erich
Oetting moved that 96-267r4 be accepted for inclusion in SMC.  George Penokie
seconded the motion.  The motion passed 35:0:2:13=54.

10.1.7      Accept 97-222r1 (Broaden Medium Changer Definition) for SMC
[Oetting]

Erich Oetting presented 97-222r1, a proposal that allows some specialized
devices to use the SMC model.  Bill Ham questioned the grammar of the proposal
and the proposal was revised, producing 97-222r2.  Based on the unanimous
recommendation of the SSC/SMC working group, Erich Oetting moved that 97-222r2
(r1 as revised by the committee) be accepted for inclusion in SMC.  Connie
Kephart seconded the motion. The motion passed 33:0:2:19=54.

10.2  Recommendation to disband T10.1 and assign its projects to T10 [Lamers]

Larry Lamers moved that T10 recommend to NCITS that T10.1 be disbanded and its
projects be assigned to T10.  John Lohmeyer seconded the motion.  Gene
Milligan asked if T10.1 could be put in maintenance mode.  John reported that
OMC had stated that maintenance mode is appropriate for Technical Committees
but not for Task Groups.  The committee briefly discussed the effect of voting
against the motion, the billing of T10.1 members, and the status of the extant
T10.1 projects.  The motion passed 38:0:0:16=54.

John Lohmeyer took an action item to report to NCITS the T10 recommendation
that T10.1 be disbanded and its projects (0989-M, 1051-D, 1121-M, 1145-M,
1146-
D, and 1147-D) be assigned to T10.

John Lohmeyer commended the T10.1 members for getting their job done and
quitting.

10.3  Approval of Contract Editor Quotes and Invoices [Lamers]

Larry Lamers moved that T10 approve a quotation and payment on the invoice of
$3,139.25 from RDSGraphics for technical editing on SPI-2.  John Lohmeyer
seconded the motion.  John noted that T10 has a substantial sum in its editing
fund and that payment of the invoice would not affect the committee's ability
to undertake more contract editing projects.  The motion passed 34:1:1:18=54.
John Lohmeyer took an action item to contact the NCITS secretariat and
authorize payment of the RDSGraphics invoice in the amount of $3,139.25.

John Lohmeyer announced that T10 is working with Patrick Waychoff for the SES
editing.  No specific quotation amount was available, but another editing
invoice is expected at the next meeting.

10.4  Initiation of a Letter Ballot on Forwarding SCC-2 Rev 3 to 1st PR
[Penokie]

This topic was processed earlier in the agenda (a letter ballot will be
issued).

10.5  Enclosure Profile Project Plans [DeKoning/Weber]

Ralph Weber reviewed briefly the Enclosure Profile discussion at the SCSI
working group (minutes 97-210).  Gene Milligan reminded the committee that Rod
DeKoning agreed to coordinate with Doug Hagerman the Enclosure Profile scope
and the High-Availability Profile scope.  Doug Hagerman questioned the
relationship with the Hub Management Profile.  Most present felt that the two
profiles have little, if any, relationship to each other.

11.   ISO

11.1  ISO Report [Milligan]

Gene Milligan gave an oral report to the committee and provided the following
electronic report:

   ISO Report 5/97:
   
   Head of US Delegation reports are available for the  ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 25
   and WG 4 meetings in Buzios, Brazil Meeting 23-26 June 1997. Highlights of
   the meeting are:
   
   Agreement to unblock the backlog of WG 4 physical standards awaiting
   conversion of domestic component and test standards to IEC standards.
   
   The ftp site is ftp.iec.ch with a login of sc25mem and a password of
   welcome9. A web page is also available at http://www.iec.ch/sc25.
   
   Mr. Mori had been nominated as Project Editor for the upcoming revision of
   Flexible disk (ISO) 9315 standard.
   
   Mr. Hosaya has been nominated as the Project Editor for the SCSI Optical
   Memory Card Reader.
   
   The 34 WG 4 resolutions included resolutions to:
   
   Reengineering allow "DIS text" of published national standards to be
   substituted in the Fast Track process to avoid the deletion of the
   resolution of member body comments.
   
   Secretariat to apply to the JTC 1 ad-hoc group on Reengineering for a
   change in project 25.13.10.14 IPI enhanced PHY from `cancel' to `publish
   Type 1 Technical Report and cancel'.
   
   Check on the  survey response by Brazil to the questionnaire sent out by
   the JTC 1 Ad Hoc on JTC 1 Reengineering regarding project 25.13.13.01 FC-
   PH. In case the vote has been lost, SC 25 instructs its Secretariat to
   obtain a status change of project 25.13.13.01 FC-PH from `cancel' to `not
   cancel'. SC 25/WG 4 would like to note that FC-PH is the base standard for
   the complete family of FC related standards, and that all other part of
   this family of standards have not been canceled.
   
   Action Points 4, 8 (Requires T10 action), 11 (Requires T11 action), 13
   (Requires T11 action), 14, 15 (Requires T11 action), 17 (Requires T11
   action), 20 & 21 (Requires T11 action), 23 (Requires T11 action),  and 27
   (Impacts T10).
   
   (8) Status of SCSI-3 Fast-20, project number 25.13.11.14, and advise WG 4
   members electronically.
   
   (27) Mr. Reed to obtain more information about the sources of several ISO
   SCSI draft standards which are emanating from other ISO groups (e.g. a
   graphic devices SCSI standard).
   
   SC 25 did not reach a recommendation yet on the so called Technical
   Directions reorganization. Among the recommendations being considered is:
   
   ===================================================
   SC 25 (Buzios/US) 35
   
   JTC 1 Ad Hoc Group on JTC 1 Reengineering - Technical Directions
   
   With consideration of :
   
   The goal of establishing efficient market responsive combinations.
   
     Benefiting from synergies or related projects.
     The Scope of SC 6.
     The Scope of SC 25.
     The Scope of SC 25/WG 3.
     The Scope of SC 25/WG 4.
   
   Rather than the grouping initially proposed by the JTC 1 Ad Hoc group on
   JTC 1 Reengineering, the following cooperation is recommended.
   
   SC 25/WG 3 in cooperation with SC 6 concerning cabling.
   
   SC 25/WG 4 in cooperation with SC 26 concerning peripheral interfaces and
   microprocessor systems.
   
   SC 25 recommends that the above cooperation begins with the Subcommittees
   (i.e. SC 6, SC 25, and SC 26) continuing to function as separate bodies
   while evaluating how well the cooperation outlined below leads to more
   efficient operation. With the cooperation leading to improvements in the
   standards process a migration to operating as combined Subcommittees
   should be considered as a next logical step.
   
   This cooperation should include:
   
     Liaison representatives.
     Joint meetings to encourage dialogue.
     Document exchange to share information.
     Encouraging common membership to expand understanding.
   
   It is critical to avoid additional procedures which are likely to lead to
   wasted resources since the process for standardization should take into
   account the needed short development cycles of the industry served by the
   standards development process.
   
   SC 25 encourages the JTC 1 Ad Hoc on JTC 1 Reengineering to focus on
   adjustments to the standards process that have a high probability of
   achieving international standards in shorter times.
   
   ===========================================================
   
   In order to embark upon cooperation with SC 26 an effort is underway to
   have the next meeting collocated with SC 26 during the week of 24 May 1998
   in Tokyo.
   
   Since the meeting Reengineering is considering the following items:
   
   ISO/IEC JTC 1 N 4787 Request for comments on Types of Documents
   Distributed to JTC 1 notes that the reengineering Ad Hoc Recommendation 4,
   that Technical Corrigenda under ballot be no longer distributed at the JTC
   1 level but rather that the distribution be limited to the SC concerned.
   National Body comments are requested on this recommendation. Further,
   National Bodies are requested to provide contributions identifying other
   types of documents that are currently distributed to both JTC 1 and its
   SCs and where this dual distribution does not necessarily contribute to
   the efficiency of the JTC 1 process. Contributions on these topics will be
   considered at the September 1997 JTC 1 Plenary meeting in Ottawa. (The
   IR's personal response was "I will bring this to T10 the day before the
   deadline for comments so here are my personal comments:
   
   I agree with the recommendation that Technical Corrigenda under ballot be
   no longer distributed at the JTC 1 level but rather that the distribution
   be limited to the SC concerned.
   
   I recommend that DIS ballots no longer be distributed at the JTC 1 level
   but rather that the distribution be limited to the SC concerned. Over the
   course of processing approximately twenty-four projects through the JTC 1
   DIS ballot I have not seen any value added by National Bodies that were
   not Member Bodies of the SC."
   
   ISO/IEC JTC 1 N 4785 Request for Contributions on the Value and Use of the
   Five-year Review Process. The IR's personal comments were: "Personal
   comments ahead of 7/17 T10 meeting:
   
   I see little value in the processing of a confirm decision for the five
   year review. But I see a great deal of value in the processing of a
   withdraw decision. Obviously there is nothing magical about five years. If
   the area of the standard is still vital and the standards group is still
   active the so called review should be resulting from market dynamics.
   
   But confirm or withdraw are too simplistic. Something along the following
   lines is needed on a cycle dependent upon the segment:
     Withdraw and/or replace for new designs.
     Withdraw and/or replace for continued manufacturing.
     Withdraw and/or replace for new procurements.
     Withdraw and/or replace for installed base maintenance.
   
   Confirm is merely the absence of a withdraw or replace decision. If there
   is no one around who cares about the area of the old standard, does it
   matter whether the decision is ever taken? Should a highly viable standard
   be withdrawn when everyone has purchased a copy? (Just anticipating the
   question as to how the publisher knows when to stop printing? I assume
   that is taught in publishing school.)"
   
   Request for Comments on JTC 1 Deliverables. JTC 1 Reengineering Ad Hoc
   Recommendation 6, asks National Bodies to consider the need for additional
   types of deliverables in JTC 1 beyond the current International Standards,
   ISPs and Technical Reports. The IR's personal comments were "Further
   personal comments awaiting T10 7/17 meeting:
   
   An additional type of deliverable in JTC 1 beyond the current
   International Standards, ISPs and Technical Reports could be an update
   service for the active publications. In general this would involve
   migration from the model of standards that do not change quicker than in
   five year increments and moving to one that recognizes that many of the
   viable standards are evolving continuously.
   
   Application notes could also be beneficial and there are at least Trade
   Associations which are willing to generate such notes to benefit the
   industry without making it prejudiced to one companies view."
   
   ISO/IEC JTC 1 N 4790 Request for Comments on the Future of SC 11. Based on
   the observation that SC 11's standards are primarily developed using the
   Fast-track procedure, National Bodies are requested to consider the future
   need for SC 11 (as per Reengineering Ad Hoc Recommendation 14). The IR's
   personal comments were "We looked under the Fast Track rock many years ago
   and did not like what we found. But with the Reengineering activity in
   full fashion we are again either looking under the rock or just plain
   under the rock.
   
   I was fascinated by "Based on the observation that SC 11's standards are
   primarily developed using the Fast-track procedure, National Bodies are
   requested to consider the future need for SC 11"
   
   What is the saying about spinning around fast enough in ever smaller
   circles ...?
   
   As I recall a key step in the Fast Track process is to refer the Fast
   Track DIS ballot comments to an SC for resolution. Is the thought that
   there will be no comments, that comments will be ignored, or that any
   comments automatically reject the standard being processed?"
   
   ISO/IEC JTC 1 N 4789 Request for a JTC 1 Workshop on Cultural Adaptability
   circulated to JTC 1 National Bodies for a 60-day letter ballot.
   Subcommittees are encouraged to participate in this Workshop and to submit
   an offer to Host the Workshop.
   
   In accordance with JTC 1 Reengineering Ad Hoc Recommendation 7, the JTC 1
   Secretariat is issuing a 60 day letter ballot to authorize a Workshop on
   Cultural Adaptability to be held no later than March 1998. The recommended
   scope of the Workshop is as follows:
   * Engage multiple Technical Direction JTC 1 participation
   * Develop policies to guide activities (in a like manner to that of
   interoperability and portability)
   * Develop a process to ensure cultural adaptability
   * Elaborate or amend the definition of cultural adaptability as contained
       in document JTC 1 N 4627
   * Recommended placement for Coded Character Sets and the relationship with
       User Interface
   * Increase the responsiveness of JTC 1 to cultural adaptability issues and
       increase the visibility of JTC 1 in this endeavor
   * Recommendations from the HLSG on CALS concerning multi-byte character
       sets and internationalization should be taken into consideration
   JTC 1 Subcommittees are encouraged to participate in this Workshop.
   JTC 1 Subcommittees are further encouraged to submit an offer to serve as
       the Host for this Workshop.
   The results of this Workshop are to be submitted to JTC 1 for review and
   approval by the JTC 1 National Bodies. Based on the Workshop conclusions,
   JTC 1 expects to receive Workshop recommendations on the placement
   within JTC 1 of SC 22/WG 20 (Internationalization) and SC 2 (Coded
   Character Sets).
   
   The IR's personal reply was "I don't think I have the guts to bring this
   one to T10. Will we know what "cultural adaptability" is when we see it?"
   
   ISO/IEC JTC 1 N 4791 Request for comments per Reengineering Ad Hoc
   Recommendation 16, the JTC 1 Secretariat is taking the following action:
   Anticipating the approval of the JTC 1 letter ballot on document JTC 1 N
   4775, JTC 1 Technical Directions, Organizational Structure and Modes of
   Operation, and to ensure a rapid transition, the JTC 1 Secretariat is
   hereby issuing a call for:
   
   1. National Body interest in P & O membership in the proposed new
   subcommittees on Data Management Services and Distributed Application
   Services
   
   2. National Body interest in assuming secretariat and/or chairman's
   responsibilities in the proposed new subcommittees on Data Management
   Services and Distributed Application Services.
   
   Responses to the above inquiries are to be submitted to the JTC 1
   Secretariat no later than August 29, 1997.
   
   The IR's personal response was "Although I will not be able to review this
   with T10 until 7/17 it is in keeping with their instructions prior to the
   recent SC 25 meeting. The following comments were agreed to by the US
   delegation to SC 25, the expert delegation to SC 25 WG 3 & 4, and certain
   other key participants in SC 25. Since we did not have a SC 25 TAG
   position on this we requested that SC 25 distribute these and other
   somewhat different comments to the SC 25 Member Bodies for review and
   comment. However it sounds like your schedule is too short to wait for the
   SC 25 results so please consider the following: Proposed text of an SC 25
   comment originated by the US delegates with cooperation of other
   participants:" which was  SC 25 (Buzios/US) 35 given earlier in this
   report.
   
   ISO/IEC JTC 1 N 4732 Proposal from SC 24 for an Imaging Business Team
   circulated to JTC 1 National Bodies for a 60-day letter ballot on ISO/IEC
   JTC 1/SC24 N1761 Proposal for an Imaging Business Team 27 May 1997 Based
   on the recent JTC 1 reengineering initiatives that include a set of new
   technical directions, the business team concept and a business team pilot
   project, SC24 proposes that JTC 1 form a second pilot project in the area
   of imaging. The purpose of this project is to initiate appropriate new JTC
   1 work by the creation of new work item proposals, the selection of
   existing national body standards for fast track and the selection of
   publicly available specifications for PAS submission. The first step will
   be to assess current market requirements and technology.
   
   Over the past seven years, JTC 1 SC24 has gained considerable experience
   through the successful development of a family of compatible standards for
   computer graphics and imaging. Some of the lessons learned that can be
   applied to a pilot business team in
   imaging are:
   
   1. Both imaging and computer graphics are broadly applicable to most
   technical disciplines, including those in JTC 1 in the area of information
   technology and those in other ISO and IEC technical committees.
   
   2. As the application of imaging and computer graphics to each specific
   technical discipline evolves, this leads to further refinement of
   interfaces, functional subdivisions and interchange formats.
   
   3. There is intrinsic value in considering the integration of imaging with
   computer graphics (presentation of and interaction with information).
   
   4. Imaging and computer graphics do not stand alone as independent
   technologies but benefit from aggregation and
   integration with other data types to include application-specific data.
   
   5. In addition to a well founded supplier oriented focus on market
   requirements, development of new imaging standards must include broad
   participation from other interests including academia, research and
   development organizations, information producers, users, managers and
   government (policy makers) influences.
   
   The approach to be used in executing this pilot project is:
   
   1. Identify user requirements in those communities that would benefit from
   imaging standardization efforts and focus on areas with highest potential
   for user acceptance and support.
   
   2. Identify market sectors that are willing to commit resources in support
   of standardization efforts during the development phase but more
   importantly, during the implementation phase. These sectors may include
   remote sensing, medical, law enforcement and document imaging.
   
   3. Identify current market activities and emerging technologies that can
   contribute to the quality and/or timeliness of standards. One example of a
   market force is the increasing use of internet technologies.
   
   4. Identify needed standards and initiate new JTC 1 work by the creation
   of new work item proposals, the selection of both, existing national body
   standards for fast track and publicly available specifications for PAS
   submission.
   
   5. Include consideration of testing and validation activities at an early
   stage in all new work resulting from this pilot project. Testing
   activities include development of plans, procedures and sample
   implementations to ensure the standard meets the requirements that
   prompted its development.
   
   6. Include consideration of profiles as tools to maximize compliance with
   resulting standards while enabling specific implementations to meet the
   requirements of extended audiences.
   
   The proposed schedule is:
   
   June 1997 Reengineering ad hoc authorizes a 60-day JTC 1 letter ballot to
   establish the imaging pilot project.
   
   September 1997 Pilot approved and work begins Not later that June 1998
   Work on the pilot is essentially complete - in particular, NP's are
   submitted for JTC 1 approval with aggressive milestones for standards
   completion; applications for recognition as PAS submitters are received by
   JTC 1; existing standards are submitted for fast track processing First
   1999 JTC 1 plenary JTC 1 evaluation of the pilot, recommendation for next
   steps SC24 proposes an Imaging Business Team Pilot be established. SC24 is
   prepared to offer a leader for this business team and will provide the
   necessary administrative support.
   
   The IR's personal comments were "Although I intend to make T10 aware of
   this I don't know of a reason for T10 to have a position on the proposal.
   But I have some personal comments:
   
   My comments stem also from the Reengineering ad hoc report. While I
   understand the desire to complete a pilot project first, I think those
   that find the approach attractive and are turned down while the results of
   the pilot are deliberated will be driven away to the more receptive
   consortia.
   
   I was disappointed that the right sounding proposed pilot proposal did not
   include any of the market assessment words in their schedule."

11.2  ISO Business [Milligan]

11.2.1      Fast-20

It was agreed that Larry Lamers, the Fast-20 Project Editor,  will take an
action item to check Fast-20 for inclusion of the ISO comments.

11.2.2      Re-Engineering Responses

Larry Lamers moved that T10 endorse the SC 25 (Buzios/US) 35 recommendation
regarding the JTC 1 re-engineering.  Erich Oetting seconded the motion.  In
the absence of any objections, the motion passed unanimously.  Gene Milligan
took an action item to communicate the T10 endorsement of the SC 25
(Buzios/US) 35 recommendation regarding the JTC 1 re-engineering to the JTC 1
TAG.

Larry Lamers moved that T10 endorse the IR recommendation on JTC 1 N 4787.
John Lohmeyer seconded the motion. In the absence of any objections, the
motion passed unanimously.  Gene Milligan took an action item  to communicate
the T10 endorsement of his recommendation on JTC 1 N 4787 to the JTC 1 TAG.

Bob Snively moved that T10 endorse the IR recommendation on JTC 1 N 4785.
Peter Johansson seconded the motion. In the absence of any objections, the
motion passed unanimously.  Gene Milligan took an action item  to communicate
the T10 endorsement of his recommendation on JTC 1 N 4785 to the JTC 1 TAG.

11.2.3      Other Projects for Initiation

Gene Milligan asked the committee whether SCC-2 and SMC should be submitted
for international processing concurrent with their T10 letter ballots.  Larry
Lamers proposed that such actions be postponed until the JTC  1 re-engineering
has been completed.  There was no opposition expressed to Larry's proposal.

12.   Liaison Reports

12.1  T11 Liaison Report [Cummings]

Roger Cummings, T11 Chair gave an oral report and provided the following
electronic report:

   T11 met on June 6, 1997 with 106 people in attendance.   No organizations
   lost membership. Crossroads Systems, Jaycor Networks, Northrop Grumman,
   Panasonic & Rockwell-Collins were added as new member organizations. The
   membership of T11 is now 84 organizations.
   
   It was announced that a project for Revision to HIPPI-FP (X3.210:1992) had
   been approved.
   
   Public Reviews were announced as follows:
   
   a) The recommendations to withdraw X3.186[R1992], X3.201-1992, A/I 9318-
   2:1992 from 5/9/97 to 7/8/97;
   
   b) First Public Reviews of NCITS TR-19:199x, FC-PLDA, & NCITS TR-20:199x,
   FC-FLA from 5/23/97 to 7/22/97.
   
   (Note that the Technical Editor has already submitted 290 comments against
   FC-PLDA)
   
   It was noted that expedited NCITS Letter Ballots on the formation of TGs
   T11.1 and T11.2 will close on 6/30/97, and a ballot on the HIPPI-ST
   Project Proposal will close on 7/14/97.
   
   The T11 Annual Report was stated to have been presented and approved at
   the OMC meeting in Scottsdale, AZ on May 6 (along with those of T10 &
   T12). The T11 AR is available in html format from www.dpt.com/t11.
   
   A revised draft of NCITS 303:199x, FC-PH-3, which addresses the Public
   Review comments, was not made available as expected. This was due to
   ongoing work on the electrical physical variant definitions in order to be
   able to positively respond to some of the DEC comments.
   
   The Call for a T11 International Representative closes on 7/31/97.
   
   The next meeting of T11 is being hosted by by Paul Boulay of Hitachi
   America during week of August 4, 1997 @ the Ala Moana Hotel Honolulu, HI.
   The phone number is (808) 955-4811, and the fax number is (808)944-6839
   (reservations by fax are preferred). Note that the organizational meetings
   of Task Groups T11.1 (HIPPI) and T11.2 (Physical Variants) will take place
   on Wednesday August 6, and the TC T11 Plenary meeting will take place on
   THURSDAY, August 7. Interim study and ad hoc meetings have been approved
   for:
   
   HIPPI               7/8-10         Eagan, MN
   
   FCL Study Group     7/14&15        Colorado Springs
   
   as well as the usual meetings during the T11 Plenary week.
   
   For further details on the Task Groups and the T11 meeting week, see
   http://www.dpt.com/t11 (and especially the What's New page).

12.2  T13 Liaison Report [Milligan]

Gene Milligan gave an oral report to the committee and provided the following
electronic report::

   T13 met June 18-20, 1997 : Irvine, CA at Western Digital.  ATA/ATAPI-4 -
   Project 1153D Revision 13 was reviewed. Due to a conflict with the WP bit
   and UNC  the WRITE VERIFY command was obsoleted. The D97120 Support for
   Removable Media proposal was agreed to for inclusion in the draft. The
   PDIAG in 80 Conductor cable proposal D97121 was agreed to for inclusion in
   the draft. The only remaining open issue item is the location of the DD7
   pull down resistor with Ultra DMA
   
   The Enhanced BIOS Disk Drive Technical Report - Project 1226DT revision 4
   was reviewed.
   
   The Tailgate  draft D97107 completed an editorial session with no known
   technical issues.
   
   Tom Hanan presented a test procedure for signal integrity D97103. The
   sense of the group was to consider this for a technical report.
   
   A patent license statement has not yet been received from Quantum
   concerning Ultra DMA.
   
   The next plenary meeting of T13 will be July 25, 1997 at the Seagate
   Technology facility, in San Jose, CA hosted by Seagate Technology.
   
   The next working meeting will be  July 23-24, 1997 at the Seagate
   Technology facility, in San Jose, CA hosted by Seagate Technology.

12.3  SFF Industry Group [Allan]

No formal report was available at the meeting.

Bill Ham reported that both the VHDCI and SCA-2 are both approved projects at
EIA and are being submitted by EIA to IEC.

12.4  IEEE 1394 [Johansson]

Peter Johansson gave an oral report to the committee and provided the
following electronic report:

   P1394a continues to meet monthly. The goal is to complete the draft by
   October in order for IEEE balloting to commence. Because of this, the
   scope of work was frozen at the May meeting in Phoenix, AZ.
   
   A draft that reflects all of the agreed scope of work is expected for the
   August 4 - 5 meetings in Honolulu, HI.
   
   1394 cable power, both its distribution and management, continues to be a
   difficult problem. Some of the power management work affects P1394a and
   some has spun off into a separate power management working group under the
   aegis of the 1394 Trade Association. The reflector is list at p1394pm.org and
   it is automated a la Majordomo.
   
   Documents available at the FTP site, ftp://. For reflector announcements,
   P1394 at Sun.com; subscribe by sending a message to Bob.Snively at Sun.com.
   
   P1394b is also meeting monthly. In addition to its original charter, the
   scope of work has been expanded to include long-distance (greater than 4.5
   meters) cables; this has spawned two task forces, one focused on low-cost,
   low-speed solutions (e.g., UTP-5 or POF in a home environment) and the
   other focused on low-cost, high-speed solutions. The goals of these task
   groups may in fact converge.
   
   For reflector announcements, P1394b at FireflyInc.com; subscribe by automated
   Majordomo services at listserve at FireflyInc.com.
   
   P1394.1 (bridges) is making slow progress; the likely cause is lack of
   resources because all of the individuals are also heavily involved in the
   other 1394 standards extensions.

12.5  Copy Protection Technical Working Group (CPTWG) [Worrell]

This report covers specifically the activities of the Digital Transmission
Discussion Group (DTDG) and the Data Hiding Sub-Group (DHSG).

Devon asked that this item be added to the liaison reports agenda because of
its relationship to work in the MMC working group.

12.6  IEEE P1285 Status

No report was available.

12.7  IEEE P1596.8 Status

Bob Snively had no report.

12.8  SCSI Trade Association (STA) [Jones/Grantham]

Skip Jones, Qlogic, and Louis Grantham, Linfinity Microelectronics, gave an
oral report to the committee and Louis provided the following electronic
report:

   STA Objectives:
   Promote Increased Usage of Parallel SCSI
   Promote Better Understanding of Parallel SCSI
   Shape the Evolution of Parallel SCSI
   
   STA meetings have been moved to Fridays of the T10 week so the next
   meeting is tomorrow at this hotel.  Articles are written for each Computer
   Technology Review issue and other publications on SCSI technologies and
   applications.
   
   STA participated in Dataquest's Storage Track '97 in Monterey, CA  June 4-
   5.
   
   The STA Technical Committee met this morning and received input from T10
   members on Ultra3 and beyond.  Discussion included: market segmentation on
   the desktop and workstation/server, terminology for Ultra3 and Fast 80 (or
   Fast 100), and issues with Fast 80 vs. Fast 100.  The next meeting will be
   on the Thursday morning before the T10 plenary in September.
   
   STA marketing communication upcoming events:
   o Storage Solutions 1997, a Dataquest sponsored event in 4 locations
   across the US.  Seminar Titles:  "SCSI and the Enterprise" and "SCSI and
   the Desktop"
     April 3rd  - San Jose, CA
     April 14th  - Costa Mesa, CA
     May 14th  - Nashua, NH
     September 17th  - Marlborough, MA
   o Nikkei conference in Japan - September 16th and 17th
   o Comdex - November

Gene Milligan reported that Phil Devon (a participant in the early days of
SCSI development) had died in late April while vacationing in Italy.

13.   Review of Action Items

228)  Larry Lamers will incorporate the pre-edit comments into SPI Amendment
      #1.
229)  John Lohmeyer will forwarded the revised SPI Amendment #1 to NCITS for
      management review.
230)  John Lohmeyer will forward the revised SES to NCITS for management
      review.
231)  Larry Lamers (via professional editor) will prepare SES for forwarding
      to NCITS for management review.
232)  Erich Oetting will prepare SMC revision 8 for the committee mailing and
      T10 letter ballot.
233)  John Lohmeyer will conduct a T10 letter ballot to approve forwarding SMC
      revision 8 to first public review.
234)  George Penokie will prepare SCC-2 revision 3 for the committee mailing
      and T10 letter ballot.
235)  John Lohmeyer will conduct a T10 letter ballot to approve forwarding
SCC-
      2 revision 3 to first public review.
236)  John Lohmeyer will report to NCITS the T10 recommendation that T10.1 be
      disbanded and its projects be assigned to T10.
237)  John Lohmeyer will contact the NCITS secretariat to authorize payment of
      the RDSGraphics invoice in the amount of $3,139.25.
238)  Larry Lamers will check Fast-20 for inclusion of the ISO comments.
239)  Gene Milligan will communicate the T10 endorsement of the SC 25
      (Buzios/US) 35 recommendation regarding the JTC 1 re-engineering to the
      JTC 1 TAG.
240)  Gene Milligan will communicate the T10 endorsement of his personal
      recommendations on JTC 1 N 4787 and JTC 1 N 4785 to the JTC 1 TAG.
241)  Bob Snively will contact the chair of P1596.8 to establish an
      appropriate liaison.
242)  Ralph Weber will consult with Harvey Rosenfeld about updating World Wide
      Web references in Annexes B and C of SPC prior to final ANSI
      publication.
243)  John Lohmeyer will include discussion of making the REPORT LUNS command
      mandatory on the agenda of the combined SCSI/MMC working group meeting
      in September.

14.   Meeting Schedule

The next plenary meeting of T10 will be September 11, 1997 in Nashua, NH at
the Crowne Plaza Nashua (603-886-1200), hosted by Unitrode.  The meeting will
begin at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday.

The meeting list for the next plenary week is:

                           September `97 Meeting Map
                               (7/17/97 Version)

Monday 9/8         9   10  11  12  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9
                   +============+    +=========================+
                   | Fast-xx SG |    | SPI-2 WG                |      (30)
                   +============+----+=================+=======+
                   | SBP-2 WG                          |              (25)
                   +===================================+
                   | Fibre Channel WG                          |      (40)
                   +-------------------------------------------+

Tuesday 9/9        9   10  11  12  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9
                   +============+    +=====================+
                   | EPI WG     |    | Protocol SG         |          (40)
                   +============+====+=================+===+
                   | MMC WG                            |              (20)
                   +===================================+
                   | SBP-2 WG                          |              (25)
                   +================+==============+===+-----------+
                   |Fibre Channel WG|              |FC Hub Profile |  (40/25)
                   +----------------+              +---------------+

Wednesday 9/10     9   10  11  12  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8
                   +=========================+=============+
                   |MMC/SBP-2/SPC-2/SCSI WG  |Encl Profile |          (60)
                   +===============+=========+=====+=======+
                                   | SFF SSWGs     | SFF   |          (40)
                                   +---------------+-------+

Thursday 9/11      9   10  11  12  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8
                   +-----+------+    +=========================+
                   |STA T|SFF ATA    | T10 Plenary Meeting     |      (25/70)
                   +=====+======+==+=+=========================+
                   | SSC/SMC WG    |                                  (25)
                   +===============+

Friday 9/12    8   9   10  11  12  1   2   3   4   5
                 +---------------------------------+
                 | SCSI Trade Association (STA)    |                  (30)
                 +---------------------------------+

    Meetings marked with == are T10-authorized meetings.
    Meetings marked with -- are authorized by other groups and may change
    without notice.

Meeting Map Abbreviation Key:
Amnd:        Amendment
CAM:         Common Access Method
CAM-3:       Next generation CAM for SCSI-3
Diskboys:    Industry group studying disk attachment via IEEE 1394
EPI:         SCSI Enhanced Parallel Interface (Technical Report)
Encl Profile Enclosure Profile Study Group
Fast-20:     Data Transfer at 20 Mega-transfers/second (a.k.a., Ultra)
Fast-40:     Data Transfer at 40 Mega-transfers/second (a.k.a., Ultra2)
FC:          Fibre Channel
FC-AL:       Fibre Channel - Arbitrated Loop (a T11 project)
FCLC:        Fibre Channel Loop Community (not an NCITS activity)
I/F:         Interface
HAP:         High Availability Profile (Technical Report)
LB:          Letter Ballot
MMC:         SCSI-3 Multimedia Commands (CD-ROM)
PH:          Physical (Connectors, Cables, Transceivers, etc.)
Plenary:     Full Committee Meeting
RAID:        Redundant Array of Independent Devices
SBC:         SCSI-3 Block Commands
SBP-2:       Serial Bus Protocol for IEEE 1394 (2nd generation)
SCC:         SCSI-3 Controller Commands (RAID)
SCSI:        Small Computer System Interface
SES:         SCSI Enclosure Services
SFF:         SFF Industry Group (not an NCITS activity)
SFF ATA:     SFF ATA Cabling SSWG (not an NCITS activity)
SG:          Study Group
SMC:         SCSI-3 Medium Changer Commands
SPC:         SCSI-3 Primary Commands
SPI-2:       Second Generation SCSI-3 Parallel Interface
SSA:         Serial Storage Interface
SSC:         SCSI-3 Stream Commands (includes Tape)
SSWGs:       Specific-Subject Working Groups
STA:         SCSI Trade Association (not an NCITS activity)
STA T:       STA Technical Meeting (T10 members invited)
STS:         SCSI Transport via SBP-2
T10:         Lower Level Interfaces Technical Committee
T10.1:       SSA Task Group of T10
VHDCI        Very High Density Cabled Interconnect
WG:          Working Group (same as Ad Hoc Group)

Planned T10 events outside of the plenary week are:

Event                Date(s)              Location/contact
-------------------- -------------------- --------------------------------
SBP-2 Editors        Jul 22 (Tue)         San Jose / Seagate
SBP-2 WG             Aug 16 (Tue)         Longmont / Maxtor
SBP-2 WG             Oct  7 (Tue)         Irvine / SSI
SPI-2 Editors        Aug 27 (Wed)         San Jose / Unitrode  (+Phone
                                          conference)
MMC-2 WG             TBD week of Aug 11   San Jose / Philips

For more information about T10 activities, please contact the following
people:

Activity                     Contact         Telephone/Email
---------------------------- --------------- ------------------------------
CAM-3                        Bill Dallas     (603) 881-2508
                                             dallas at wasted.enet.dec.com
EPI & SPI-2                  Bill Ham        (508) 841-2629
                                             ham at subsys.enet.dec.com
FCP, FCP-2, SES              Robert Snively  (415) 336-5332
                                             Bob.Snively at eng.sun.com
GPP & SSC                    Gary Stephens   (602) 321-1725
                                             6363897 at mcimail.com
HAP                          Doug Hagerman   (508) 841-2145
                                             hagerman at mail.dec.com
SAM & SAM-2                  Charles Monia   (508) 841-6757
                                             charles.monia at shr.mts.dec.com
SBC                          Gene Milligan   (405) 324-3070
                                             gene_milligan at notes.seagate.com
SBP, MMC, MMC-2              Ron Roberts     (916) 677-5714
                                             rkroberts at aol.com
SBP-2 & STS                  Pete McLean     (303) 678-2149
                                             pete_mclean at maxtor.com
                      or     Peter Johansson (510) 531-5472
                                             pjohansson at aol.com
SIP, SCC, SCC-2              George Penokie  (507) 253-5208
                                             gop at us.ibm.com
SMC                          Erich Oetting   (303) 673-2178
                                             Erich_Oetting at Stortek.com
SPC, SPC-2                   Ralph Weber     (972) 503-3205 x228
                                             roweber at acm.org
SSA-PH1,-PH2,-TL1,-TL2       Larry Lamers    (408) 957-7817
                                             ljlamers at aol.com
SSA-S2P & -S3P               John Scheible   (512) 823-8208
                                             Scheible at vnet.ibm.com
SSS                          Keith Parker    (503) 255-1035
                                             diogenes at europa.com
Other Activities             John Lohmeyer   (719) 533-7560
                                             john.lohmeyer at symbios.com

The long-term T10 meeting week schedule is:

Date              Location                   Host/Comments
----------------  -------------------------  -------------------
Jan  6-10, 1997   Dallas, TX                 Quantum
Mar 10-14, 1997   San Diego, CA              QLogic
May  5-9,  1997   Natick, MA (near Boston)   Digital
Jul 14-18, 1997   Colorado Springs, CO       Symbios Logic
Sep  8-12, 1997   Nashua, NH                 Unitrode
Nov  3-7,  1997   Palm Springs, CA           Adaptec
Jan  5-9,  1998                              meeting canceled
Mar 16-20, 1998   San Diego, CA              QLogic/dates changed
May  4-8,  1998   Colorado Springs, CO       Symbios Logic
Jul 13-17, 1998   Portland, ME               Digital
Sep 14-18, 1998   St. Petersburg Beach, FL   AMP
Nov   2-6, 1998   Palm Springs, CA           Adaptec/dates changed
Jan 11-15, 1999                              meeting canceled
Mar  8-12, 1999   Sarasota, FL               AMP
May  3-7,  1999   Manchester, NH             Hitachi Cable
Jul 12-16, 1999   Colorado Springs, CO       Symbios Logic
Sep 13-17, 1999   San Diego, CA              QLogic
Nov  8-12, 1999   Palm Springs, CA           Adaptec

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 T10 (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 T10.

Bill Ham moved that T10 authorize the T10-related meetings and events in the
list above.  Paul Aloisi seconded the motion.  In the absence of any
objections, the motion passed unanimously.

15.   Adjournment

The meeting was adjourned at 6:24 p.m. on Thursday July 17, 1997.

      Meeting Attendees -- Enclosure (1)

         Name          S        Organization         Electronic Mail Address
---------------------- -- ------------------------- -------------------------
Mr. Norm Harris        P  Adaptec, Inc.             nharris at eng.adaptec.com
Mr. Lawrence J. Lamers A  Adaptec, Inc.             ljlamers at ix.netcom.com
Mr. Charles Brill      P  AMP, Inc.                 cebrill at amp.com
Mr. Michael Wingard    P  Amphenol Interconnect     mikwingard at aol.com
Mr. Bart Raudebaugh    A  Ancot Corp.               bart at ancot.com
Mr. Ron Roberts        A  Apple Computer            rkroberts at aol.com
Mr. Douglas Wagner     P  Berg Electronics          wagnerdl at bergelect.com
Mr. Gerry Johnsen      P  Ciprico Inc.              gerry at ciprico.com
Mr. Dennis Lang        A  Circuit Assembly Corp.    dennisl at ca-online.com
Mr. Ken Wolfgang       P  Cirrus Logic Inc.         kenw at colorado.cirrus.com
Mr. Edward Haske       P  CMD Technology            haske at cmd.com
Mr. Peter Johansson    P  Congruent Software, Inc.  pjohansson at aol.com
Mr. Charles Tashbook   P  Dallas Semiconductor      charles.tashbook at dalsemi.
                                                    com
Mr. Michael Smith      A  Dallas Semiconductor      mike.smith at dalsemi.com
Mr. Greg McSorley      P  Data General / Clariion   greg_mcsorley at dgc.ceo.dg.
                                                    com
Mr. Bill Anderson      O  DDK Electronics           w.anderson at world.att.net
Mr. Douglas Hagerman   A# Digital Equipment Corp.   hagerman at mail.dec.com
Dr. William Ham        A# Digital Equipment Corp.   ham at subsys.enet.dec.com
Mr. Keith W. Parker    P  Diogenes SCSI             diogenes at europa.com
Mr. Roger Cummings     P  Distributed Processing    cummings_roger at dpt.com
                          Tech.
Mr. Robert Reisch      P  Eastman Kodak Co.         reisch at kodak.com
Ms. Constance Kephart  P  Exabyte Corp.             conniek at exabyte.com
Mr. Gary R. Stephens   P  FSI Consulting Services   6363897 at mcimail.com
Mr. Don Vohar          A  Fujitsu (FCPA)            dvohar at fcpa.fujitsu.com
Mr. J. R. Sims         P  Hewlett Packard Co.       robsims at hootie.lvld.hp.com
Mr. Kirk Rogers        A  Hitachi Cable             krogers at hcm.hitachi.com
                          Manchester,Inc
Mr. Anthony Yang       P  Hitachi Storage Products  yang_a at halsp.hitachi.com
Mr. Thomas J. Kulesza  P  Honda Connectors          tkulesza at hondaconnectors.
                                                    com
Mr. Terry Enright      A  Honda Connectors
Mr. George Penokie     P  IBM Corp.                 gop at us.ibm.com
Mr. Dan Colegrove      A# IBM Corp.                 colegrov at us.ibm.com
Mr. David Poulsen      V  Iomega Corp.              poulsend at iomega.com
Mr. Dennis Moore       P  KnowledgeTek, Inc.        dmoore at netcom.com
Mr. Dean Wallace       P  Linfinity Micro           75671.3443 at compuserve.com
Mr. Louis Grantham     A  Linfinity Micro           lgdatcom at ix.netcom.com
Mr. Alan Littlewood    P  LSI Logic Corp.           alanl at lsil.com
Mr. Robert Bellino     P  Madison Cable Corp.       robert_bellino 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 methode.com
Mr. Joe Dambach        P  Molex Inc.                jdambach at molex.com
Mr. Jay Neer           A  Molex Inc.                jneer at molex.com
Mr. Edward A. Gardner  P  Ophidian Designs          eag at ophidian.com
Mr. Marc D. Brooks     V  Paralan Corporation       scsi at paralan.com
Mr. Randall C. Hines   A  Philips Electronics       hinesr at worldnet.att.net
Mr. Skip Jones         P  QLogic Corp.              sk_jones at qlc.com
Mr. James McGrath      P  Quantum Corp.             JMCGRATH at QNTM.COM
Mr. Mark Evans         A  Quantum Corp.             mevans at qntm.com
Mr. Gene Milligan      P  Seagate Technology        Gene_Milligan at notes.
                                                    seagate.com
Mr. Dave Guss          P  Silicon Systems, Inc.     dave.guss at tus.ssi1.com
Mr. Janek Rebalski     A  Sony Electronics, Inc.    janek_rebalski at asd.sel.
                                                    sony.com
Mr. Erich Oetting      P  Storage Technology Corp.  erich_oetting at stortek.com
Mr. Dale LaFollette    V  StorageTek                dale_lafollette 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 symbios.com
Mr. Ralph O. Weber     A  Symbios Logic Inc.        roweber at acm.org
Mr. Brian McKean       A  SyQuest Technology, Inc.  brian.mckean at syquest.com
Mr. Pete Tobias        P  Tandem Computers          tobias_pete at tandem.com
Mr. Tokuyuki Totani    P  Toshiba America Info Sys  totani at ix.netcom.com
Mr. Arlan P. Stone     A  UNISYS Corporation        arlan.stone at unisys.com
Mr. Paul D. Aloisi     P  Unitrode Corporation      aloisi at unitrode.com
Mr. Devon Worrell      A  Western Digital           worrell at dt.wdc.com
                          Corporation
Mr. Doug Piper         P  Woven Electronics         doug.piper at internetmci.com

62 People Present

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

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