[jdev] Jabber Certification Program

Stephen Pendleton spendleton at movsoftware.com
Fri Jun 18 14:31:20 CDT 2004

Well if it is an issue then I think we can realistically say that it would
be resolved by sending the maintainer of the feature list a note. The list
maintainer should be king (or queen) and decide if the feature should be
taken off the clients supported feature list. 

I think we need a lightweight process as a first step. The compliance issue
has been discussed for as long as I can remember (years?). I sincerely doubt
anyone is going to create a full fledged compliance infrastructure and
maintain it any time soon.

-----Original Message-----
From: jdev-bounces at jabber.org [mailto:jdev-bounces at jabber.org] On Behalf Of
Chris Mullins
Sent: Friday, June 18, 2004 3:03 PM
To: Jabber software development list
Subject: RE: [jdev] Jabber Certification Program

Stephen Pendleton Wrote: 

> The client author(s) would need to submit this information. I don't 
> think mispresentation by the client authors would be an issue.

I believe that misrepresentation would be an issue. This could probably be
dealt with via policies - if a client is misrepresenting an issue, there
should be a pretty clear process for getting it resolved. 

Unfortunately, this process must assume that the entity in question is
actively attempting to misrepresent themselves.  

Chris Mullins

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