[Standards-JIG] PubSub Whiteboard

Heiner Wolf wolf at bluehands.de
Wed Jun 30 14:42:13 UTC 2004

Didn't you hit the karma limit. My whiteboard needs only a rectangle
moved around twice per second for some seconds and it is stalled. I
don't even dare thinking about realtime drawing of polygons.

Dr. Klaus H. Wolf
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> [mailto:standards-jig-bounces at jabber.org]On Behalf Of Nolan Eakins
> Sent: Wednesday, June 30, 2004 3:29 AM
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> Subject: [Standards-JIG] PubSub Whiteboard
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> I was reading through the PubSub discussion, and saw the topic of 
> whiteboarding mentioned. I'm not entirely sure as to why you 
> would want to 
> run a whiteboard over PubSub. If you're wanting to whiteboard 
> with a group of 
> people, MUC should do just fine. I was playing with 
> Coccinella one night, and 
> managed to get into jdev with it--no thanks to Coccinella's 
> gui. I opened up 
> my xml console in psi so I could see if Coccinella sent 
> whiteboarding data to 
> everyone else in the room, and it did. Since it made use of 
> <x/> stanzas it 
> didn't show up in regular groupchat clients. They still 
> received the data, 
> but happilly ignored it.
> Basically I see no need for whiteboarding over PubSub. Unless 
> of course MUC is 
> going to be changed so it runs on top of PubSub, but I see no 
> need for that 
> either even though MUC is an extremely basic 
> publish-subscribe service.
> Regards,
> Nolan Eakins
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