[jdev] AIM and Yahoo now open?

Alexey Nezhdanov snake at penza-gsm.ru
Mon Dec 11 02:12:23 CST 2006

В сообщении от Понедельник 11 Декабрь 2006 10:53 Norman Rasmussen написал(a):
> On 12/9/06, JD Conley <jd.conley at coversant.net> wrote:
> > > Anybody knows if it is equal to just 'any IP' and as a consequence -
> > > can't we
> > > have now native xmpp transports to these two networks?
> >
> > Legally, who knows. I'm sure IBM has a contract in place with AOL...
> My guess is that Sametime is going to be using the official AOL &
> Yahoo IM SDK's to talk to their networks.  Based on the sametimefuture
> link that Oleg posted, 'standards-based' is _only_ mentioned for
> Google Talk integration.
Huh? They mentioned SIP/SIMPLE too. AFAIK - GTalk do not uses it.
Can it be that they convert, say, Yahoo -> SIMPLE -> sametime locally?
honestly I see no point in doing two conversions on same box. So it seemed 
more natural for me that, say, Yahoo provide SIP/SIMPLE interface and IBM 
uses it. 
Yahoo is already integrated with MSN. So they have to have some sort of 
internal protocol. That may be just the same interface that is used for 

Alexey Nezhdanov

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