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Title : A list of possible PINT functions
Author(s) : L. Conroy, J. Buller
Filename : draft-conroy-pint-act-00.txt
Pages : 6
Date : 11-Aug-00
This Internet Draft is one of a pair written at the request of one
of the SPIRITS Working Group co-chairs in order to elicit discussion
on what extended functionality SPIRITS may be used to provide; the
PINT work has similar requirements for a definition of the building
blocks that might be used in future services (and so need to be
supported by the protocol). This note provides the 'mirror image' of
the associated SPIRITS draft, listing functional building blocks that
may be executed in response to future PINT protocol requests.
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