[Standards-JIG] File sharing JEP

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at jabber.org
Fri Apr 7 19:03:20 UTC 2006


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Jean-Louis Seguineau wrote:
> I support this approach 500%. This is the right way to go. This would give
> XMPP a single session negotiation framework for different purposes. With the
> base RFCs, disco, xdata, Jingle provide the last bit for making XMPP the
> strong environement we are all looking for. And this is the time to do it. 
> 
> You describe how we can leverage Jingle for any peer-to-peer OOB data
> stream. But there are many other usages where Jingle would make sense:
> session encryption, message sessions, multimedia user chat, etc... Anything
> ending up creating a negotiated session.

Yes, those too. I've thought more about the media-heavy applications to
this point, though.

Peter
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