[Foundation] Clarifications On Name Change Proposal
mankins at media.mit.edu
Tue Jul 1 13:04:24 CDT 2003
> Iain said:
> Even though the open protocol standards organization should not use
> 'Jabber' it would be great if perhaps the mass market, user-friendly,
> super portal (see jdev@ discussion) to gain market share for Jabber
> usage should be named 'Jabber' or at least have 'jabber' in it's name
> (and use the domain jabber.net - or jabber.org).
I mean, I'd be fine calling the standards body JEP (or something), and
saying that the JEP helps guide the protocol, etc etc. But I thought the
name change was because of a confusion in the marketplace over the concept
of "jabber", and who owns that.
So...would it be sufficient to simply divide the JSF into two
organizational structures, one which promotes the "jabber" community (the
jabber.net/org things listed above), and one which would not have "jabber"
in its name and serve as the open protocol standards organization?
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