[Foundation] motions

Robert Norris rob at cataclysm.cx
Wed Jun 11 21:25:11 CDT 2003


> I think it would be really useful for JSF members to vote +1 on a Last
> Call motion only if they intend to implement the protocol (either in an
> open-source project or in a commercial product). If the protocol needs
> to be implemented in both a server and a client, I think it would be
> best to require at least two server developers and at least three
> client developers to say that they plan to implement the protocol 
> before going to Last Call (same for components). For client-only 
> protocols (e.g., XHTML IM), we might require five client developers to
> say that they plan to implement.

Agreed.

> 1. Are there at least two server developers who will publicly state
>    that they plan to implement "Flexible Offline Message Retrieval" 
>    as defined in JEP-0013? I know that there are representatives of 
>    the following server developers on this list:
> 
>    - jabberd project

I do intend to implement this JEP when/if it goes to draft, but I don't
think this can count as a formal second, because I motioned the Last
Call in the first place :)

Rob.

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