Jingle P2P (was Re: [Standards-JIG] Jingle vs. Zoep)

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at jabber.org
Fri Feb 10 01:45:30 UTC 2006

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Scott Ludwig wrote:
> On 2/9/06, Justin Karneges <justin-keyword-jabber.093179 at affinix.com> wrote:
>> On Thursday 09 February 2006 10:34, Scott Ludwig wrote:
>>> high quality p2p implementation. This simple facility can be the basis
>>> for many new p2p session types. For example, if you look at
>>> libjingle-0.2.0 which was just released, another session type was just
>>> added: a tunnel session for creating reliable TCP like streams between
>>> peers over p2p.
>> This is all well and good for libjingle, but will we see some JEPs?  Both the
>> relay and psuedotcp protocols are still mysteries.
> We need to see JEP detail on relay, candidate allocation, STUN
> connectivity establishment state machines. These aren't in the JEP
> yet.

It's my fault that these updates are delayed. After focusing on the
initial Jingle JEPs I had a big backlog of stuff to work on, there was a
great demand for cleaning up the pubsub JEP, etc. Currently we (the
Jingle co-authors) are working on separating things out so that we
JEP-0166 will just be the session management semantics and all of the
media types (the "what") and the transport methods (the "how") will be
defined in individual specs. We'll work to get these cleaned up and
pushed out as soon as possible.


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