Aw: [Members] Re: 10,000 ft level protocol overview

Alexander Gnauck gnauck at ag-software.de
Sat Oct 22 05:24:38 CDT 2005


Hal,

on the jep stuff i agree. We have lots of jeps now, and lots of them have dependencies to many other jeps.
So for a developer that isnt involved that much in xmpp its very hard to find correct jeps.
Some pages with proposals which jeps to use for which case would be cool. And which jeps current software is using. E.g. for file x-fer.

Alex

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Von: Hal Rottenberg <halr9000 at gmail.com>
An: JSF members discussion list <members at jabber.org>
Gesendet: Samstag, 22 Oktober, 2005 04:37:12
Betreff: [Members] Re: 10,000 ft level protocol overview
Did anyone want to discuss this at all?

On 10/18/05, Hal Rottenberg <halr9000 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Peter et al,
>
> I think it would be of some value to see at a glance, the status of
> JEPs and perhaps more abstract "efforts".  Part of the solution for
> this would be for us to bring some manner of filtering and sorting
> back to the jeplist.  But how to track things like "VOIP" or
> "encryption", when there are multiple JEPs that may be in development
> and various things in the inbox that don't even appear on the jeplist?
>
> One idea that occurred to me would be for Council members (or JSF
> members at large?) or a JEP author to sponsor certain projects and
> keep some manner of status page for it until something is in "active"
> state.  Something less constrained than the technical language of the
> JEPs themselves, and something that can encompass multiple JEPs and
> proposed JEPs.  I think the wiki would be the best repository for
> this.
>
> To use VOIP as an example, say I represent a business interested in
> establishing open-source VOIP for my employees.  We already run a
> jabber server, so the logical thinking would be to see how I could use
> that resource to do voice as well.  I don't care about the status of
> JEP-xxxx or yyyy.  I just want to know, "can XMPP do VOIP?"  Maybe I
> have a budget for this and I see that the answer is "no", but that a
> few individuals are working towards different ways to acheive the
> goal.  Well now I know who to pay to get it expedited.  :)
>
> thoughts?
>
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