[Members] Fwd: [jdev] Summer Of Code

Tony Yat-Tung Cheung tony.cheung at asiayeah.com
Fri Jun 3 10:59:18 CDT 2005

I think implementing the HTTP Binding Protocol (JEP-0124) is a very  
useful one to the community. The students will also learn a lot of  
networking issues.

If this topic is chosen, I will certainly like to upgrade my wireless  
client to support JEP-0124 and work together with the student group  
for interoperability testing and exchange ideas.

I would also like to suggest the following project ideas,

1. Lotus Sametime <> Jabber Gateway
2. Wireless Village <> Jabber Gateway
3. Guranteed Message Delivery (JEP????)


Tony Cheung

On 3 Jun 2005, at 11:31 PM, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:

> On Fri, Jun 03, 2005 at 04:48:39PM +0200, Lucas Nussbaum wrote:
>> On Fri, Jun 03, 2005 at 10:30:58AM -0400, Hal Rottenberg  
>> <halr9000 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I think we really need to step up to the plate and come up with  
>>> ideas
>>> like other projects have on http://code.google.com/ 
>>> summerofcode.html .
>>> Peter, can we get a page created on jabber.org for this purpose?
>>> Maybe we should have a minimal page put up ASAP that says more to  
>>> come
>>> soon.  Then we can ask on JDEV for submissions.
>> What about asking for a (semi-)automatic test framework for clients,
>> servers and libraries ? Targeted at testing protocol-compliance,
>> stability and scalability ?
>> I don't like the idea of people starting to write yet another jabber
>> client/lib/server. Asking for stuff that would benefit the whole  
>> Jabber
>> community is more interesting.
>> And again, we have to move forward very fast on this.
> Been doing that. ;-)
> I posted a few project ideas here, will formalize that a bit today and
> get input from JDEVers:
> http://www.saint-andre.com/blog/2005-06.html#2005-06-01T16:59
> P
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