A Presence Architecture for the Distribution of Geopriv Location Objects

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Author Jon Peterson 
Last updated 2003-02-26
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Geopriv defines the concept of a 'using protocol', a protocol that carries geopriv location objects. Geopriv also defines various scenarios for the distribution of location objects that require the concept of subscriptions and asynchronous notifications. This document examines some existing IETF work on the concept of presence, shows how presence architectures map onto geopriv architectures, and presents one pre-existing using presence protocol that might carry location objects.


Jon Peterson (jon.peterson@neustar.biz)

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