[Members] Is this thing on?

johannes.wagener at gmx.net johannes.wagener at gmx.net
Thu Dec 16 17:49:48 CST 2004


Hm, well

maybe we should not talk about to make a standart to make a standart 
but rather code and make a standart? just declaring a project as "the 
new official XMPP lib project" would make it standart.

yes, maybe we need a project for each platform, but library 
developers should work together instead of making their own project.

On 16 Dec 2004 at 20:08, Lucas Nussbaum wrote:

> On Thu, Dec 16, 2004 at 07:28:38PM +0100, johannes.wagener at gmx.net wrote:
> > We should now ask the question: "How to organize effective 
> > application development?"
> 
> There are lots of small projects about Jabber. This is a good thing :
> people experiment, try stuff with Jabber. But we also need a set of
> stable software.
> 
> What about a JSF-certification process ? developers could submit their
> software for review by the JSF, which could check
> documentation, JEPs-compliance, etc and then award a certification, and
> advertise certified software on its website.
> 
> > I think for this one of the main issues is to make a STANDART for 
> > jabber development, for example one jabber lib that offers standart 
> > Application Programming Interface for many platforms (c++, php, 
> > VB...).
> 
> The problem I see with this is that different languages need different
> APIs...
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