[Council] meeting agenda, 2006-11-21

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at jabber.org
Thu Nov 16 12:40:44 CST 2006


Cool, I like agenda bashing. Updated agenda here:

http://www.xmpp.org/council/agendas/2006-11-21.html

Ian Paterson wrote:
> Here comes my first ever agenda bash: :-)
> 
> 1. At this stage perhaps we could more usefully discuss XEP-0163 (PEP)
> instead of XEP-0136 (Archiving). I've already got a lot of feedback to
> add to XEP-0136. And we won't be able to advance XEP-0136 to Draft until
> we've discussed XEP-0189. Before that I think we need to at least
> discuss making it possible to publish via PEP several independently
> accessible/publishable data items under a single namespace. See:
> http://mail.jabber.org/pipermail/standards-jig/2006-November/013058.html

Done. Are there any other issues / posts related to PEP that need to be
discussed?

> 2. Peter, could you please add a XEP-0189 last call to the agenda (in
> case people don't want to change PEP).

Done.

> 3. Can we also discuss the need for a best practices XEP for chat
> threads. AFAICT, from an implementer's point of view, threads are a bit
> like a minimal negotiated session. I'm not volunteering to write this
> one, since the client I develop is one of those mentioned last time that
> behaves sub-optimally! I will update XEP-0155 (and my client) to be
> compatible with the new XEP though. :-)

OK.

> 4. XEP-0155 already advanced to Last Call. It's a simple XEP, but I'd be
> more comfortable if we had some feedback from the list before advancing
> it to Draft. It would be nice to see the first draft of any threads XEP
> too. Note: The changes regarding linking 1-2-1 and room histories will
> be made to XEP-0136 (not XEP-0155).

So I take it we'll postpone a vote on 155 for now.

Peter


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