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The Genealogy Network Transfer Protocol (GNTP) is an unfinished protocol for a peer-to-peer genealogy network that was not completed because of resource constraints. The idea was to allow genealogists to share GEDCOM files in much the same way that music and other files are distributed on other peer-to-peer networks.
- C. C. Albrecht, D. Dean, R. B. Jackson, S. W. Liddle, and R. D. Meservy. A Peer-To-Peer Network Protocol for Genealogical Data. In Proceedings of the First Family History Technology Workshop, pages 19–23, Provo, Utah, April 2001.
- Genealogy Network Transfer Protocol (GNTP Version 1.0) at the Wayback Machine (archived August 9, 2002) - E-Business Center - Brigham Young University (Protocol Version 0.75)Last Updated: February 6, 2002 Conan Albrecht
- A Peer-To-Peer Network Protocol for Genealogical Data - Conan C. Albrecht, Douglas Dean, Robert B. Jackson, Stephen W. Liddle, and Raymond D. Meservy (E-Business Center Marriott School of Management) Brigham Young University
- Enabling the Distributed Family Tree - by Hilton Campbell
- Archived Website on Wayback
- SourceForge.net: Project Info - Genealogy Network Transfer Protocol at the Wayback Machine (archived May 7, 2005)
- GNTP - The Worldwide Genealogy Network at the Wayback Machine (archived May 25, 2002)
- Genealogy P2P - Genealogical Computing 4/1/2002 AncestryLibrary.com