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	Title		: Toward the Definition of the SIP Events Package for 
                          SPIRITS Protocol
	Author(s)	: I. Faynberg, J. Gato, V. Gurbani, H. Lu
	Filename	: draft-ietf-spirits-sip-evt-package-02.txt
	Pages		: 
	Date		: 19-Feb-02
This document describes the definition of the SIP Event
Package for SPIRITS, based on on the structure defined in [1], the
SPIRITS protocol requirements documented in [2], the overall SPIRITS
Architecture presented in RFC 3136 [3], the discussion at the
Salt Lake City meeting, and the subsequent decisions. To this end,
the document defines the package and event names, and addresses
the SUBSCRIBE paramaters.

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