halr9000 at gmail.com
Thu Aug 17 22:06:23 CDT 2006
On 8/17/06, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at jabber.org> wrote:
> I think it may be time to change our protocol branding to XMPP.
It sounds ok to me. Not great, but ok. I can't argue with any of
your reasons. But XMPP isn't that friendly--even for acronyms.
> 5. This would be limited to *protocol* branding (for now). So we would
> still have the Jabber Software Foundation as our umbrella organization
> (I think to change the organization name legally would be a PITA). But
> we would move our protocol documents from jabber.org to xmpp.org and
> change them from Jabber Enhancement Proposals to XMPP Extension
> Protocols or something like that. But we might brand xmpp.org as a
> sub-group or initiative of the JSF. I used to think the name "XMPP
> Technology Consortium" was cool but "XTC" might not be such a good
> acronym. ;-) So now I lean to "XMPP Technology Forum" (which sounds more
> open than a consortium).
I personally favor the XMPP Council of Overlords. And we could open
Consulates in every nation!
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