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2000.10.05 00:20 "Old-style JPEG and HP 9100C Digital Sender", by Tim Bell
2000.10.05 03:39 "Re: Old-style JPEG and HP 9100C Digital Sender", by Niles Ritter
2000.10.05 19:43 "Re: Old-style JPEG and HP 9100C Digital Sender", by Rex Jolliff
2000.10.06 02:20 "Re: Old-style JPEG and HP 9100C Digital Sender", by Tom Lane
2000.10.06 04:14 "Re: Old-style JPEG and HP 9100C Digital Sender", by Raj Kumar S.
2000.10.06 09:36 "Re: Old-style JPEG and HP 9100C Digital Sender", by Joris Van Damme
2000.10.06 13:50 "Re: Old-style JPEG and HP 9100C Digital Sender", by Frank Warmerdam
2000.10.06 13:31 "RE: Old-style JPEG and HP 9100C Digital Sender", by Ed Grissom
2000.10.06 14:21 "RE: Old-style JPEG and HP 9100C Digital Sender", by Martin Bailey
2000.10.06 14:44 "RE: Old-style JPEG and HP 9100C Digital Sender", by Ed Grissom
2000.10.06 15:04 "RE: Old-style JPEG and HP 9100C Digital Sender", by Martin Bailey
2000.10.06 15:07 "PDF is NOT proprietary!", by Leonard Rosenthol
2000.10.06 16:13 "RE: PDF is NOT proprietary!", by Ed Grissom
2000.10.06 16:32 "RE: PDF is NOT proprietary!", by Leonard Rosenthol
2000.10.06 16:35 "RE: PDF is NOT proprietary!", by Ed Grissom
2000.10.06 20:10 "RE: PDF is NOT proprietary!", by Bo Yang
2000.10.06 20:41 "RE: PDF is NOT proprietary!", by Ed Grissom
2000.10.06 21:02 "Re: PDF is NOT proprietary!", by Larry Jones
2000.10.06 21:35 "Re: PDF is NOT proprietary!", by Alex
2000.10.08 00:24 "Re: PDF is NOT proprietary!", by Leonard Rosenthol
2000.10.06 17:56 "Re: Old-style JPEG and HP 9100C Digital Sender", by Joris Van Damme
2000.10.06 10:36 "Re: Old-style JPEG and HP 9100C Digital Sender", by Martin Bailey
2000.10.07 06:03 "Re: Old-style JPEG and HP 9100C Digital Sender", by Joris Van Damme

2000.10.06 04:14 "Re: Old-style JPEG and HP 9100C Digital Sender", by Raj Kumar S.

a would-be decoder must figure out what their particular variant is and write special code to support that variant.

why don't we start off with the most widely used types. i assume the files produced by a single application will be similar.

Adobe have been suppressing a ready-to-go TIFF 7.0 spec for quite a few years now. I have heard well-informed opinions that Adobe see TIFF as a competitive threat to their proprietary PDF spec

some of the stark realities of a corporate dominated world :-(

raj