stpeter at jabber.org
Thu Aug 17 13:49:06 CDT 2006
Kevin Smith wrote:
> On 17 Aug 2006, at 18:50, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
>> I think it may be time to change our protocol branding to XMPP.
> I prefer to use XMPP these days, for one thing: people expect common-use
> internet protocols to be acronyms .. ftp/ssh/rsh/sftp/http etc.
Sure, this is a protocol thing. I'm not saying that anyone needs to stop
using the JABBER name. This is the way I see it:
"Jabber is to XMPP as the Web is to HTTP."
So yeah I work on real-time messaging and presence technologies in the
Jabber community. We use a protocol called XMPP that's been standardized
in the IETF, plus we've developed lots of cool XMPP extensions that are
over here at www.xmpp.org, come help us build the real-time Internet!
Jabber Software Foundation
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