[Members] Jabber Community Forum

Ian Paterson ian.paterson at clientside.co.uk
Tue Nov 28 08:37:41 CST 2006

Remko Tronçon wrote:
>> I don't think so. The Web isn't called HTTP. So the network of XMPP
>> servers shouldn't be called the XMPP network either. It won't catch on
>> with the general public because it is not a nice name.
> I wasn't talking about the name, I was talking about the goal of
> xmpp.net, which was to have a central place to define the
> interoperable network of Jabber servers. So how does that site relate
> to what you have in mind for Jabber.org (apart from the name) ?

I have in mind that www.jabber.org would be for the general public. And 
xmpp.net would be for admins/techies. (The general public will never 
hear about XMPP.) There will be no protocol content on xmpp.net, that is 
for xmpp.org.

- Ian

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