[Members] Jingle Audio and Video interop event

jehan at zemarmot.net jehan at zemarmot.net
Thu Jun 9 02:01:14 UTC 2011


On Wed, 08 Jun 2011 18:43:24 +0100, "" <dave at cridland.net> wrote:
> ------- Original message -------
>> From:  <jehan at zemarmot.net>
>> To: members at xmpp.org
>> Sent: 8.6.'11,  11:35
>> [...]
>> Basically it has been proposed to run interop tests to determine the real > causes which makes our VOIP experience is so bad. As several others, I > think that's a good idea. I would be happy to help with organization.
>> Could we organize this?
>> Regards,
> I think we should first gauge interest from implementers, and only
> then consider next steps.
> Of course, the actual first step would be an agreement from the board
> to have the XSF run such an event. Then they appoint some lucky guy to
> organise it. Then they canvas implementers. But you get the idea.

Yes indeed and that's why I posted this here! Because if that's stay
just words in the Jingle list, it may just stay this forever: words. :-)

I think doing *real* interop events, with carefuly prepared tests to
run (not simple tests that we know will pass or fail like what I saw
from the previous event) would be very useful. The goal would be to
gather data for developers to fix issues. Because if they *say* it works
and users *say* it won't, it means the dev miss some data. They are
likely to be in a different environment and an interop event with the
right analysis tools will gather this data to reproduce these
problematic environment.
Then study this data with the developer to improve things.

So I ask for the board to decided: could we organize this please? :-)


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