Re: new iafa draft

Chris Weider <> Wed, 10 January 1996 15:43 UTC

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Subject: Re: new iafa draft
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  With some minor exceptions, you should be able to use IAFA templates as-is
with the WHOIS++ servers that are extant. The whole metadata template work
is still very much in flux, with not much progress made last year. I can't 
promise to look at the IAFA stuff until next week but Alan has tasked me with 
the writing of the next draft. 
Chris Weider