[Standards-JIG] Jingle vs. Zoep
stpeter at jabber.org
Tue Feb 7 23:14:41 UTC 2006
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The introduction to JEP-0166 describes two possible approaches to VoIP
and other multimedia streams in the Jabber/XMPP world:
1. Do the signalling over XMPP and gateway to SIP if needed
2. Require dual-stack clients and simply launch SIP from XMPP
#1 is the approach we've taken with the Jingle JEPs (which will be
updated soon, I promise).
#2 is the approach taken by Voipster and OpenZoep:
In the spirit of openness, the folks at OpenZoep have written some
documentation of their approach:
In essence they encapsulate entire SIP packets in an XML wrapper and
send them over XMPP.
I think it would be beneficial to discuss the pros and cons of each
approach (e.g., to determine if it makes sense to publish the OpenZoep
doc as a JEP).
What do people think?
Jabber Software Foundation
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