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  • Date: Wed, 13 Oct 1993 14:56:40 +0100

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Ref:		ripe-096
Title:		Authorisation and Notification of Changes in the RIPE Database
Author:		Daniel Karrenberg
Date:		13 Oct 1993
Format:		PS=24778  TXT=5675 bytes

Short content description

Two new attributes are defined for all objects in the RIPE database in
order to implement a generalised method for authorising changes and to
notify interested parties of any changes made to a specific object.  In
addition the authorisa- tion method provides a convenient way for
distri- buted maintenance of the database. 

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