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Monday, 11 February 2008
The P1619 Working Group has a set of mailing list for distribution of information about the working group and technical discussions. These mailing lists are open to anyone. stds-p1619 is the general mailing list of the group, each of the P1619 projects has a correspondent mailing list (P1619-1, P1619-2, P1619-3).

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