> A New Internet-Draft is available from the on-line Internet-Drafts
> Title: An Extension to Cache-Control, HTTP/1.1 for group caching
> Author(s): G. Manoj
> Filename: draft-manoj-cachecontrol-00.txt
> Pages: 7
> Date: 2006-1-17
> The Cache-Control general-header field of HTTP/1.1  is used to
> specify directives that must be obeyed by all caching mechanisms
> along the request/response chain. This document details an extension
> to the cache-control header to enable caching of resources for
> dynamic sets of users who are grouped under certain attributes. Also
> this document specifies user-defined header extensions of HTTP/1.1
> , which allow these clients to be served from the group caches.
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