stpeter at stpeter.im
Thu Apr 23 12:26:23 CDT 2009
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On 4/23/09 5:28 AM, Dirk Meyer wrote:
> Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
>> Perhaps of interest:
> I found out about H.325 some days ago when a friend of mine pointed out,
> that it may have a similar focus as my PhD thesis. If I understand it
> correctly they only have an idea what they want to do, not how.
> But I'm not sure they will go with XMPP.
I'm not sure if we want them to. ;-) Do we really want all those new
requirements from ITU, 3GPP, ETSI, etc.? There lies bloat.
> I'm surprised they think of SIP
> and not only H.323. H.255, etc.
They seem to think that SIP is 2G and their new system will be 3G. (Not
"G" in the sense of mobile telephony generations.)
> If you look at the "Imagine..." slides, XMPP can do most of it:
Yes, those slides look familiar, perhaps from an H.325 meeting I spoke
at years ago. Compared to their requirements, the primary things we're
missing in Jingle are QoS and billing.
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