halr9000 at gmail.com
Thu Aug 31 19:31:34 CDT 2006
On 8/31/06, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at jabber.org> wrote:
> IMHO the best marketing we ever did was take our protocols to the IETF.
> Now that XMPP is a standard, it is taken seriously, implemented and
> deployed much more widely, etc. Pushing XMPP to Draft (and then Final)
> Standard in the IETF will make our technology even more the right choice
> among developers. Granted, it would help to have at least one
> easy-to-use, spec-compliant library (or getting XMPP into the core) for
> each major language.
s/major language/major software application which requires messaging,
or authentication or federation.
For example, for CMS, Drupal. For server monitoring, maybe Nagios.
P2P, email, the game browsing I was talking about in another thread.
Each time we "conquer" a new front, a new audience is exposed to XMPP.
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