[Council] some emails from last friday that got dropped...

Jer jer at jabber.org
Thu Oct 10 09:39:27 CDT 2002


Here was my two replies on the voting:

Begin forwarded message:

> From: Jer <jer at jabber.org>
> Date: Fri Oct 4, 2002  10:45:52 AM US/Central
> To: council at jabber.org
> Subject: Re: [Council] VOTE (major cleanup)
>
> Well, there's only two JEPs that haven't been -1'd off the map, so I'm  
> +1 for 0025 (HTTP Polling) and +1 for 0003 (PASS), everything else is  
> -1 for pretty much the same reasons as everyone else :)
>
> Jer
>


Begin forwarded message:

> From: Jer <jer at jabber.org>
> Date: Fri Oct 4, 2002  10:52:43 AM US/Central
> To: council at jabber.org
> Subject: Re: [Council] VOTE (major cleanup)
>
>
>>> JEP-0003 (PASS), version 0.4
>>>
>>> This has been changed to Informational. Since there exist
>>> implementations,
>>> we are voting on moving this to Active. So +1 = Active, -1 = you have
>>> concerns.
>>
>> -1 for the moment, planning on moving to +1... how do I discover that  
>> a
>> server supports pass?  Is there an implementation up and running at  
>> the
>> moment?  pass.jabber.org doesn't seem to be up.
>>
>
> It is just informational (an example of a simplistic way to create a  
> socket middle-man), the discovery problem is in the realm of  
> browse/disco, not something PASS can or should try to solve.
>
> It may not be running (not sure I want just anyone creating listening  
> tcp sockets on j.o) but there are impls at:
> 	http://cataclysm.cx/jabber/pass.html
> 	http://www.jabberstudio.org/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/old-projects/pass/ 
> pass-service?annotate=1.1&sortby=log
>
> Jer
> 	
>




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