boris at bmannconsulting.com
Fri Sep 1 02:15:16 CDT 2006
On 8/31/06, Hal Rottenberg <halr9000 at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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.
Yep, +1 to this. Languages are important (toolkits / libraries to XMPP
enable "stuff"), but plugging into running apps that already have a deployed
base gets us really nice reach.
I think that mobile + geolocation is an important "front" to focus on.
Why brand your phone with Yahoo!...when you could run Jabber natively (brand
it as yourcustomer at eviltelco.com) and also connect to all the other services
your users want/demand to use. OK, that's an IM example, but you get the
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