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Status of this memo This document is an Internet Draft Internet Drafts are working documents of the Internet Engineering Task Force IETF its Areas and its Working Groups Note that other groups may also distribute working documents as Internet Drafts Internet Drafts are working documents valid for a maximum of six months Internet Drafts may be updated replaced or obsoleted by other documents at any time It is not appropriate to use Internet Drafts as reference material or to cite them other than as a working draft or work in progress This document is a DRAFT specification of a protocol in use on the internet and to be proposed as an Internet standard Discussion of this protocol takes place on the www-talkinfocernch mailing list -- to subscribe mail to www-talk-requestinfocernch Distribution of this memo is unlimited Abstract HTTP is a protocol with the lightness and speed necessary for a distributed collaborative hypermedia information system It is a generic stateless object-oriented protocol which may be used for many similar tasks such as name servers and distributed object-oriented systems by extending the commands or methods used A feature if HTTP is the negotiation of data representation allowing systems to be built independently of the development of new advanced representations Note This specification This HTTP protocol is an upgrade on the original protocol as implemented in the earliest WWW releases It is back-compatible with that more limited protocol This specification includes the following parts The Request Methods A list of headers in the request message The response Status codes Metainformation headers on any object transmitted The content of any object content transmitted Format negotiation algorithm
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