[Council] Notes on XEP-0262: Use of ZRTP in Jingle RTP Sessions
Matthew A. Miller
linuxwolf at outer-planes.net
Wed May 25 17:22:02 UTC 2011
On May 25, 2011, at 11:18 , Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
> On 5/25/11 10:50 AM, Matthew A. Miller wrote:
>> Section 1. Protocol
>> * 2: The following sentence is missing some words (maybe an entity that isn't processed correctly?):
>> "An alternative approach to end-to-end encryption of RTP traffic is provided by , developed by Phil Zimmermann, the inventor of "Pretty Good Privacy" (PGP)"
>> * 1: There is no reference to the ZRTP specification (e.g. <http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6189>)
> XEP Editor error with a reference update. Fixed:
> An alternative approach to end-to-end encryption of RTP traffic is
> provided by RFC 6189 , developed by Phil Zimmermann, the inventor of
> "Pretty Good Privacy" (PGP).
Two birds with one stone! Yay!
>> Section 2. Determining Support
>> * N: Example 4. A disco#info response is a bit short, if it's meant to be representative. For instance, it lacks an <identity/>, and is missing <features/> for disco#info and other Jingle protocols.
> That's not much different from, say, XEP-0216:
> The disco#info results are not meant to be representative, I think, only
> to show the exact feature being defined in the relevant spec.
Glancing at some other XEPs, I notice we follow the "simplified" form more than the "minimally correct" form (-: I'm fine leaving this part alone, and should have indicated that better from the start.
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