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 directories. This draft is a work item of the HyperText Transfer Protocol
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       Title     : Scenarios for the Delivery of Negotiated Content using
       Author(s) : Ted Hardie
       Filename  : draft-ietf-http-negotiate-scenario-00.txt
       Pages     : 6
       Date      : 06/16/1997

This document describes various problems which have arisen in attempts to
deliver negotiated content using HTTP and examines several scenarios by
which improvements in delivery might be accomplished.
This document does not discuss how HTTP might be used to negotiate the use
of other protocols to deliver content.

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