[Standards-JIG] File sharing JEP
stpeter at jabber.org
Tue Apr 18 20:34:52 UTC 2006
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> On 12/04/2006, at 20:13 PM, Pedro Melo wrote:
>>> Not quite true: all the bytes must come through. The order is not
>>> important as bittorrent proven already.
> True. Although it would greatly violate the Jabber ideals of keeping
> client development simple, if clients suddenly had to implement
> something like BitTorrent. :-)
>>> If later a jingle "super-fast" protocol comes along cool, you'll just
>>> use it. But not having a common basic file transfer ASAP is hurting us
>>> all, me thinks.
> But we have one already...
> Nobody has been saying "abolish stream negotiation NOW, let's move to
> Jingle." They have been saying "let's try and see if Jingle will work
> for file transfers, and over time, start using it instead."
Yes, that is my idea. Let's try it and see if it works.
Jabber Software Foundation
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