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2018.11.04 20:20 "Libtiff will be released soon", by Bob Friesenhahn
2018.11.04 20:49 "Re: Libtiff will be released soon", by Kemp Watson
2018.11.04 23:35 "Re: Libtiff will be released soon", by Bob Friesenhahn
2018.11.05 14:51 "Re: Libtiff will be released soon", by Kemp Watson
2018.11.05 15:28 "Re: Libtiff will be released soon", by Bob Friesenhahn
2018.11.05 15:38 "Re: Libtiff will be released soon", by Kemp Watson
2018.11.07 19:19 "Re: Libtiff will be released soon", by Bob Friesenhahn
2018.11.09 16:44 "Re: Libtiff will be released soon", by Edward Lam
2018.11.09 17:23 "Re: Libtiff will be released soon", by Bob Friesenhahn
2018.11.09 18:49 "Re: Libtiff will be released soon", by Edward Lam
2018.11.09 19:04 "Re: Libtiff will be released soon", by Bob Friesenhahn
2018.11.09 19:14 "Re: Libtiff will be released soon", by Edward Lam
2018.11.09 20:53 "Re: Libtiff will be released soon", by Roger Leigh
2018.11.09 22:11 "Re: Libtiff will be released soon", by Bob Friesenhahn
2018.11.10 15:00 "Re: Libtiff will be released soon", by Bob Friesenhahn
2018.11.10 16:04 "Re: Libtiff will be released soon", by Kemp Watson
2018.11.10 18:14 "Re: Libtiff will be released soon", by Larry Gritz
2018.11.10 19:41 "Re: Libtiff will be released soon", by Kemp Watson
2018.11.10 21:30 "Re: Libtiff will be released soon", by Larry Gritz
2018.11.28 12:43 "Re: Libtiff will be released soon", by Kemp Watson
2018.11.05 14:06 "Re: Libtiff will be released soon", by Edward Lam
2018.11.05 14:34 "Re: Libtiff will be released soon", by Kemp Watson

2018.11.09 22:11 "Re: Libtiff will be released soon", by Bob Friesenhahn

On Fri, 9 Nov 2018, Roger Leigh wrote:

> We could potentially do the same.  Assuming the tags are allocated in a
> linear order, if we jumped all the way to e.g. 50000 we would avoid
> clashes with Adobe tag registration for some time to come.  Or if Adobe
> could grant us a chunk of e.g. 1000 tags, we could manage their usage
> and standardisation ourselves.
>
> Given the danger of interoperability problems with nonstandard tags, it
> should I think be a prerequisite to have this sorted out before making a
> new release.  If people start to use e.g. zstd and then we have to
> change the tag numbers, that would be quite unfortunate.

This seems like a good plan.

Both WebP and Zstd are useful enough that they may become popular in 
TIFF and it is wise to avoid conflicts.

Bob
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Bob Friesenhahn
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