[Geopriv] I-D ACTION:draft-ietf-geopriv-pres-02.txt

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Date: Thu Sep 09 2004 - 15:31:50 EDT

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        Title : A Presence Architecture for the Distribution of GEOPRIV Location Objects
        Author(s) : J. Peterson
        Filename : draft-ietf-geopriv-pres-02.txt
        Pages : 9
        Date : 2004-9-9
        
GEOPRIV defines the concept of a 'using protocol', a protocol that
   carries GEOPRIV location objects. GEOPRIV also defines various
   scenarios for the distribution of location objects that require the
   concept of subscriptions and asynchronous notifications. This
   document examines some existing IETF work on the concept of presence,
   shows how presence architectures map onto GEOPRIV architectures, and
   moreover demonstrates that tools already developed for presence could
   be reused to simplify the standardization and implementation of
   GEOPRIV.

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