Welcome to the technical website of our Confluence System. As you see we have changed our system infrastructure. You can find a short introduction into the new infrastructure on the page Confluence How-To's.
The new environment is aimed to make CIP4's work more efficient through better collaboration and complete transparency. Confluence is the place where we can share information, organize work group meetings and CIP4 Interops, manage questions, make decisions and much more. Atlassian Confluence is very powerful and easy to use application. Further, many companies already use Confluence as well. So, many users should be already familiar with the application.
During the relaunch we also decided to bring CIP4 closer to non-members. Everyone who is interested in the CIP4 Organization and its technologies is able to register now. Each registered user will become a "CIP4 Visitor". Visitors are allowed to access the Work Group Spaces, subscribe to blogs, create JIRA issues, ask questions in Confluence Questions and more.
Due to the reduction of the number of work groups, we need to reorganize the membership rules for the Technical Steering Comittee (TSC)
If any active CIP4 member is interested in joining the TSC, please send an informal email to firstname.lastname@example.org stating this intention.
Requirements for TSC membership:
- Active participation in TSC phone conferences
- Active participation in interop meetings and TSC face to face meetings (Joining most interops is sufficient)
- Technical interest and proficiency with JDF, XJDF, PrintTalk etc. at a reasonable level. (No formal tests required)
- Non-partisan technical interest in the developments of CIP4
The current TSC will review the applications by early June 2018 and unless we have a deluge of applications, I anticipate that any reasonable application will be accepted.
CIP4 is pleased to announce the release of XJDF, the latest iteration of the JDF standard. XJDF is designed to simplify workflow automation by making it easier to both implement, and validate with the use of standard XML tools. CIP4 has developed XJDF to build upon, and improve, based upon historical experience with the JDF standard over the past nearly two decades. The new standard will coexist in parallel with JDF 1.6, which is being released simultaneously. This concurrent release of both versions offers industry stakeholders the option to incorporate JDF, XJDF or a combination of the two into their product offerings and/or production environments.
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