[standards-jig] More JNG ramblings
theo at theoretic.com
Wed Aug 14 21:18:18 UTC 2002
I've been interested in it for some time. There are so many broad
protocols that I want to investigate for ideas or possible integration
into Jabber (I love doing research), but until I get paid to do such a
thing, it's all on my spare time.
But JXTA does look very interesting, and I'll probably get around to
researching it in depth in about 3 months.
Didn't know JXTA used XML for its protocol. But then, I might be
confusing JXTA with J2EE.
Iain Shigeoka wrote:
> Hi all,
> To throw another stick on the fire, what are people's thoughts on JXTA
> (www.jxta.org)? An interesting protocol and they have gone with dual binary
> and XML protocol options for the same reasons we are discussing.
> They have a vibrant community and are BSD licensed. I'm wondering if anyone
> else has been thinking about or interested in it?
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