[Foundation] name change proposal

David Yitzchak Cohen dave at bigfatdave.com
Wed Jul 9 21:04:40 CDT 2003

On Wed, Jul 09, 2003 at 03:00:58PM -0600, Tony Bamonti wrote:

> The risks of changing the JSF name far outweigh any potential rewards based
> on the evidence put forth.  However, it is important to acknowledge the
> strong opinions of some very active and valuable  JSF and community members.
> With that in mind, I'd like to propose consideration of a compromise
> approach that has already been suggested by a couple of other members.  That
> is, to form a sister organization (or sub-organization) called XMPP.ORG (or
> something equivalent) that would take on the primary charter and activities
> around standardization and evolution of the protocol.

Well, if we decide to use EXMPP (being that XMPP is the IETF protocol's
name - we might as well call ours Extended XMPP, although "Extended
eXtensible" sounds rather funny (even though that's exactly what the
Jabber protocol suite is) ... how about "Enhanced eXtensible Messaging
and Presence Protocol" instead?), I've preemptively registered EXMPP.org
so we don't get a repeat of XMPP.org with EXMPP.org happening.

 - Dave

BTW - My offer to transfer the domain to the JSF free of charge (assuming
the decision is made to use EXMPP.org, of course) doesn't expire when
my JSF membership probably does, in a few days.  I bet some of y'all
are really happy to finally get rid of me ;-P

Uncle Cosmo, why do they call this a word processor?
It's simple, Skyler.  You've seen what food processors do to food, right?
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