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An Obsolete specification is a specification that has been identified unnecessary to the FIPA standard. Such a specification may have been rendered unnecessary due to  technology changes or changes in other standards or FIPA specifications. All Obsolete specifications have an informal specification identifier that begins with O.

A specification can be made Obsolete from the Deprecated status after its grace period has expired.

A specification can be retrieved from Obsolete status at a later date, if it is deemed necessary with the approval from the FIPA Architecture Board and the FIPA membership. The Obsolete specification becomes a Preliminary status specification with a new document identifier.

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