stpeter at jabber.org
Mon Aug 21 11:52:18 CDT 2006
Ian Paterson wrote:
> The "Standards Track" label already differentiates those protocols that
> are likely to be of general use.
>> I think we need 2 repositories. We could also move historical JEPs the
>> "2nd repository". The council could decide which protocol goes to which
>> Otherwise we will end up with one big unmanageable repository of 500+
>> soon. And i don't think this is what we want.
> There are thousands of RFCs.
> IMHO we don't need multiple repositories, we just need intelligent
> categories that enable developers to browse for what they need (you
> could think of each value of each category as defining a
> sub-repository). One important advantage of this approach is you don't
> end up having to search multiple repositories whenever you're not sure
> which repository might contain the protocol.
Or a wizard. "What kind of problem are you trying to solve?" "I want
something like IRC channels but over Jabber, er, XMPP." "Oh, you want to
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