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Spaces is a replication scheme for sharing files enriched with meta-information in hybrid wireless networks. It relies on existing standards and prevalent technologies. Realized as a URI scheme, spaces allow a seamless integration with current systems in a platform-independent manner. Feeds are used as a basis to exchange data among subscribers to the Space, both within local groups in a self-organizing fashion as well as from the Internet, depending on connectivity. Tagging is employed, enabling to label and quickly identify relevant content. Additional meta-information is used in order to allow resolving files residing in the Space locally, independently of their physical location.