Microsoft February Fuji Proposals

Atsushi Ishihara atsushi.ishihara at toshiba.co.jp
Tue Feb 20 22:20:04 PST 2007


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* atsushi.ishihara at toshiba.co.jp (Atsushi Ishihara)
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Dear Henry,
One comment after quick reading of the overview slide set, that is on  
page 3, in the last major bullet
Drive cannot detect PES_Scrambling_Control bit because it is format non-
cognizant.
Best Regards,
Atsushi Ishihara, Toshiba
>Date: 2007/02/17 (Sat) 04:02:32		
>From: "Henry Gabryjelski" <Henry.Gabryjelski at microsoft.com>	
>To: mtfuji5 at avc-pioneer.com, T10 <T10 at t10.org> 
>Cc:	
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>Subject: RE: Microsoft February Fuji Proposals
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>Microsoft would like to *replace* our current CSS Recording proposals
>with the following updates.  We believe the new proposals have a
>significant set of advantages over the previous proposals, most
>important of which is the simplicity for implementation on both the 
host
>and drive sides.
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>We understand that, due to this document distribution occurring within
>the two-week period, final voting on the proposal may not be permitted
>until the next meeting..
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>Thank you,
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>From: owner-mtfuji5 at avc-pioneer.com
>[mailto:owner-mtfuji5 at avc-pioneer.com] On Behalf Of Henry Gabryjelski
>Sent: Tuesday, February 06, 2007 12:30 PM
>To: mtfuji5 at avc-pioneer.com; T10
>Subject: Microsoft February Fuji Proposals
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>Hello,
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>Please see attached two items for the February Mt. Fuji meeting.
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>The "CSS Recording Overview" and "CSS Recording Details" documents are
>the Microsoft proposal for enabling recording of CSS media.  The
>proposal covers -R media, with an expectation that -R DL will be
>created, and also covers both "home use" and "enterprise use" media and
>drives (pre-embossed Disc Key or not).  The main questions for this
>proposal are the level of protection to be applied to the recording
>method.  Our recommendation is provided to make a single main
>authentication method for all secure recording methods.
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>The "Mt. Fuji 7 Rules Proposed.pdf" document hopes to clarify some of
>the rules under which Mt. Fuji operates.  It shows deletions from the
>current Fuji3 rules via strikethrough and additions via highlight.  A
>summary of the proposed changes is as follows:
>
>1)	 Modify from Fuji 3 to Fuji 7 in title.
>
>2)	 Modify item #1 to refer to "this document" and remove 
references
>to Fuji 3.
>
>3)	 Modify item #4 to better align with Robert's Rules of Order,
>which puts strong emphasis on individual ability to debate, but limit
>time if majority rules to do so.
>
>4)	 Modify item #13 to clarify what is meant by "the plenary
>session" by stating explicitly that the demand of a single member may 
be
>sufficient to refuse voting without 2 week notification.
>
>5)	 Modify item #14 to avoid use of this rule to remove protections
>from a minority (taken directly from Robert's Rules of Order p253).
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>6)	 Modify item #18 to reflect the appropriate updated reflector.
>Note that, technically, none of the documents provided for this meeting
>shall meet the document distribution requirements as a result of this
>oversight. J  So, we consider this an important update.
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>Thank you,
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>Henry Gabryjelski
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>Senior Software Development Engineer
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>US - Windows Device Experience
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>Microsoft Corporation
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