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From: by way of Martin Duerst <paul.hoffman@vpnc.org>
Date: Tue, 02 Sep 2003 16:38:05 -0400
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To: uri@w3.org

Greetings again. I have updated the previous document based on the 
discussion on the mailing list. I also changed the draft name to 
draft-hoffman-rfc1738bis-xx.txt because Dan dropped off. Please let me know 
if this matches what people want.

--Paul Hoffman

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>         Title           : Definitions of Early URI Schemes
>         Author(s)       : P. Hoffman
>         Filename        : draft-hoffman-rfc1738bis-00.txt
>         Pages           : 0
>         Date            : 2003-9-2
>This document specifies many Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) schemes
>that were originally specified in RFC 1738 [RFC1738]. Some of these
>schemes are specified more fully in this document. The purpose of
>this document is to allow RFC 1738 to be moved to historic while keeping
>the information about the schemes on standards track.
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