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Unless otherwise indicated, all files in this repository are XMPP
Extension Protocols (XEPs) published by the XMPP Standards Foundation
in accordance with the XSF's Intellectual Property Rights Policy. The
following copyrights, permissions, warranty, liability statement, and
conformance statement apply to all XEPs.
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