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Welcome to the MEF Reference Wiki
The MEF Reference Wiki is a source of materials provided primarily for the benefit of participants in the MEF Software Developer Community and individuals taking MEF Professional Certification exams, as well being available to the general publicall parts of the digital services and communications services industries. It is designed to make it easier to access information on work defined and implemented by the MEF, and related topics. It is edited by the MEF membership via the MEF Wiki.
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