[Foundation] June 13 Foundation Text Conference Agenda

Michael J. Emswiler memswiler at hotmail.com
Tue Jun 12 14:15:48 CDT 2001


[ attention Moderator, if you're reading this, I accidentally sent this from
the wrong email program (both Outlooks resemble each other!) so you can just
delete the other one posted from the non-member account...:-]

If possible, I'd like to nominate two additional JIGs:

Voice Messaging/Chat/CB (self-explanatory)

Client Extensibility Interfaces (how to just write client extensions to work
with any client rather than writing your own client.)

Thanks,
MikeE

----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Bauer" <bauer at jabber.com>
To: <members at jabber.org>; <jdev at jabber.org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2001 12:38 PM
Subject: [Foundation] June 13 Foundation Text Conference Agenda


>
> Wednesday 13 June 01 Foundation Conference Agenda
> 18:00 UTC foundation at conference.jabber.org
>
> 1.  Council Vote
>
> We are still getting the voting system setup and so the vote is delayed.
As
> such we are still collecting applications for the Council.  Here's the
> current list.
>
> Dave Smith
> David Waite
> Harold Gottschalk
> Jeremie Miller
> Jim Powell
> Max Metral
> Michael Emswiler
> Michael Lin
> Oliver Wing
> Peter Millard
> Stephen Lee
> Stephen Pendleton
> Ted Rolle
> Thomas Muldowney
>
> We should have the voting system up shortly.
>
> 2.  JIGS
>
> Here are the current proposed JIGS.  Notice the focus is going to be on
> major individual protocol extensions and pervasive technology
> considerations.
>
> 1. Generic Conferencing -- will define a workable, extensible protocol for
> conferencing/groupchat (cf. Dave Waite's work on a draft protocol)
>
> 2. File Transfer (cf. Jer's initial work on PASS)
>
> 3. Security -- will focus on authentication, message encryption,
connection
> security, etc.
>
> 4. Standards Compliance -- will publish standards for Jabber technologies
> and practices (such as Jabber derivative brands)
>
> 5. Text Formatting -- will determine the protocol for sending and
receiving
> formatted messages in Jabber (e.g., via XHTML)
>
> 6. Browsing -- the replacement for agents, defined as a draft protocol.
>
> 7. Message Filtering  -- defines the mechanisms to filter messages based
on
> a variety of criteria.
>
> 8. Presence Management -- describe in detail how presence management
> currently works, and work on proposals for extensions like invisibility).
>
> A number of other areas of concern, such as the infrastructure,
> documentation support, and business issues are going to be conducted in
> separate committes of the Foundation.
>
> 3. JEP
>
> At this point, we're going to take Rahul Dave's JEP process and start
> working with it.  There are two relevant URLS:
>
>
http://nareau.dyndns.org/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/jep/jep-0001.txt?rev=1.2&conten
> t-type=text/vnd.viewcvs-markup
>
> http://nareau.dyndns.org/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/jep/
>
> Please be prepared to discuss.
>
> Next meeting 18:00 UTC Wednesday June 20
>
>
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