[sip-http-events] Implementations or plans?

"Scott Lawrence" <scott.lawrence@nortel.com> Fri, 18 December 2009 11:55 UTC

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If anyone has actually implemented this draft (or parts of it), or has
plans to do so that they can share, please let me know (on list or off).
This is for the report to the IESG and the wider IETF community as part
of submitting this for publication as an RFC...

For my part, I can report that this draft forms a key part of the SIP
Forum User Agent Configuration Recommendation (currently in SIP Forum
Last Call), and that I hope to have both client and server
implementations of that Recommendation at the next SIPit.