[Council] VOTE: JEP-0020 (Feature Negotiation)

Ryan Eatmon reatmon at jabber.org
Tue Oct 22 11:10:08 CDT 2002


Sorry.  I was offline for a week.

+1 for the JEP as it is.

-1 on the use of x:data per temas' diatribe.

Peter Saint-Andre wrote:

>BTW, votes are still needed on JEP-0020 from:
>
>- DJ Adams
>- Ryan Eatmon
>- Joe Hildebrand
>- Jeremie Miller
>- David Waite
>
>Peter
>
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>Peter Saint-Andre
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>On Mon, 21 Oct 2002, Joe Hildebrand wrote:
>
>  
>
>>Yes, we decided on these guidelines.  Mostly I just wanted to have this
>>discussion in public.  :)
>>
>>-- 
>>Joe Hildebrand
>>
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>>
>>>-----Original Message-----
>>>From: Peter Millard [mailto:me at pgmillard.com]
>>>Sent: Sunday, October 20, 2002 4:42 PM
>>>To: council at jabber.org
>>>Subject: Re: [Council] VOTE: JEP-0020 (Feature Negotiation)
>>>
>>>
>>>Temas speaks for me well in this case :)
>>>
>>>I thought we decided that x:data was great for cases where 
>>>the schema of the
>>>data was unknown. But for such a simple case, it seems like 
>>>we don't need to
>>>add the xtra layer of abstraction which x-data provides. We 
>>>know we just
>>>need to pick options... we know the schema. There is no need 
>>>for x-data as
>>>the primary transfer layer.  JoeH and I discussed this at the time wrt
>>>disco, and I thought we both agreed at that time that this 
>>>was a reasonable
>>>rule:
>>>    - Use x-data if we don't know the type of data or schema 
>>>which is used
>>>to present/capture the data.
>>>
>>>pgm.
>>>
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