I-D ACTION:draft-cuellar-geopriv-lo-ml-00.txt

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        Title : Geopriv Location Object Markup Language
        Author(s) : J. Cuellar, C. Guenther
        Filename : draft-cuellar-geopriv-lo-ml-00.txt
        Pages : 23
        Date : 2003-6-24
        
This draft presents a foundational version of a markup language
suitable for representing the Geopriv Location Object (LO). This
language is defined by means of an XML schema.

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