[Foundation] "Jabber" name again

Justin Karneges justin-jdev at affinix.com
Thu Oct 16 04:29:09 CDT 2003

On Thursday 16 October 2003 01:47 am, Richard Dobson wrote:
> Jabber is the term used by consumers, as shown in the previously mentioned
> article (interestingly containing none of the main problems mentioned by
> the pro name change camp, i.e. confusion between Jabber Inc and Jabber,
> Jabber Inc getting more exposure than other companies, also XMPP isnt
> mentioned at all in the article).

The article _is_ confusing.  And it never says "Jabber, Inc." anywhere.

  "Jabber [...] said it has signed up more than 4 million licensed users."
  "In March, Jabber secured a $7.2m (£4.6m) investment from Intel Capital..."


As I said, it is easy for one of us to figure out what this article really 
means, but I can assure you the uninformed reader will be lost.

I'm not suggesting a name change.  I'm not even suggesting any solution.  I'm 
just pointing out that this article is a problem.  Do you find nothing wrong 
with it?


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