Concluded WG Integration of Internet Information Resources (iiir)
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|Integration of Internet Information Resources
|User Services Area (usv)
|Chris Weider, Kevin Gamiel
Final Charter for Working Group
The Integration of Internet Information Resources Working Group (IIIR)
is chartered to facilitate interoperability between Internet
information services, and to develop, specify, and align protocols
designed to integrate the plethora of Internet information services
(WAIS, ARCHIE, Prospero, etc.) into a single
information service'' (VUIS). Such protocols would include, but are not
limited to, update protocols for distributed servers, aquery routing
protocol'' to pass queries between existing services, protocols for
gateways between existing and future services, and standard exchange
formats (perhaps based on Z39.50) for cross-listing specific
Also, where necessary, IIIR will create technical documentation for
protocols used for information services in the Internet.
|Submit final version of Query Routing Protocol to the IESG as a Proposed Standard.
|Submit final version of common exchange format to the IESG as a Proposed Standard.
|Post an Internet-Draft defining a Query Routing Protocol.
|Post an Internet-Draft defining common exchange formats.
|Post an Internet-Draft on `Taxonomy of Internet Information Services.'
|Submit final version of `Taxonomy of Internet Information Services' to the IESG as an Informational RFC.
|Track emerging Internet information services in order to specify technical requirements for their integration into the VUIS.
|Create specifications for interoperability between Internet information systems.
|Liaise with other groups working on deployment and integration of Internet information services: e.g., The Coalition for Networked Information, RARE Working Group 3, etc.
|Submit final version of `A vision of integrated information resources' to the IESG as an Informational RFC.
|Post an Internet-Draft on `A vision of integrated information resources.'