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FWIW, Dan and I made some changes since the TAG and www-tag (for those
paying attention to the minutes 8-) last saw it.

And I'm not sure why "draft-w3c-..." didn't suffice for a name, but no

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Subject: I-D ACTION:draft-connolly-w3c-accessible-registries-00.txt
Date: Mon, 23 Dec 2002 09:35:39 -0500
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A New Internet-Draft is available from the on-line Internet-Drafts directories.

	Title		: A Registry of Assignments using Ubiquitous 
                          Technologies and Careful Policies
	Author(s)	: D. Connolly, M. Baker
	Filename	: draft-connolly-w3c-accessible-registries-00.txt
	Pages		: 10
	Date		: 2002-12-23
Registries are a critical part of many of the systems which inhabit
the Internet today.  Unfortunately, not a lot of the assignments
within those registries are as accessible as they could be.  This
document outlines a best current practice approach to improving the
accessibility of assignments within registries using ubiquitous
technologies and low cost supporting policies.

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