[Foundation] JSF == Jabber Standards Foundation?

Dave Smith dizzyd at jabber.org
Thu May 22 10:55:27 CDT 2003


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Word, yo. I dig it.

D.

On Thursday, May 22, 2003, at 09:22 America/Denver, Peter Saint-Andre 
wrote:

> Since we haven't had a good controversy on this list in at least a 
> week,
> I figured I'd stir things up again. As you may know, Tony Bamonti and I
> have been working to recruit sponsors for the JSF. When we describe 
> what
> the JSF does, sponsors (as well as journalists and the general public)
> often find it confusing that we're the Jabber Software Foundation but
> we don't create or distribute software (in the way that, say, the 
> Apache
> Software Foundation does). Instead, what the JSF does is manage and
> promote the Jabber protocol, thus setting standards for use by the
> Jabber community. So I'm thinking it might be easier to communicate our
> mission if JSF stood for "Jabber Standards Foundation".
>
> Thoughts?
>
> Peter
>
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> Peter Saint-Andre
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