justin-keyword-jabber.093179 at affinix.com
Fri Jan 16 22:51:56 UTC 2004
JEP-124 is certainly a different way to perform an HTTP polling connection,
but I hope it doesn't qualify as a complete replacement.
JEP-25 is nice because it doesn't reinvent xmpp-core. Not only does this make
it very easy to program (developers get to re-use their same xmpp-core code),
but it also gives us access to features like TLS and SASL stream encryption,
which are absent from JEP-124.
On Friday 16 January 2004 08:13 am, Joe Hildebrand wrote:
> Please take a look at JEP 124, and see if there is anything you would like
> added to that. JEP 25 was informational, and I think the hope is that JEP
> 124 will be the standards-track replacement that will incorporate all of
> the lessons learned about HTTP polling.
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