[Standards] [Fwd: [Council] meeting minutes, 2007-02-26]

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at jabber.org
Wed Feb 28 19:12:33 UTC 2007


FYI.

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Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2007 15:24:01 -0500
From: Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at jabber.org>
To: council at xmpp.org
Subject: [Council] meeting minutes, 2007-02-26

Results of the XMPP Council meeting held 2007-02-26...

Agenda:

http://www.jabber.org/council/meetings/agendas/2007-02-26.html

Log:

No log (meeting held IRL at "XMPP Summit" in Brussels, Belgium)

0. Roll Call

Chris Mullins was not in Brussels. All other Council members (Ralph
Meijer, Ian Paterson, Peter Saint-Andre, Kevin Smith) in attendance.
Quorum achieved.

1. XEP-0124: HTTP Binding

Approve version 1.6 and spin off XMPP-specific extensions as XEP-0206?

No objections. The Editor shall update and publish.

2. XEP-0189: Public Key Publishing

Issue Last Call?

No objections. The Editor shall issue a Last Call.

3. XEP-0136: Message Archiving

Issue second Last Call?

No objections. The Editor shall issue a Last Call.

4. XEP-0174: Link-Local Messaging

Issue Last Call?

No objections. The Editor shall issue a Last Call.

5. ProtoXEP: File Repository and Sharing

Accept as a XEP?

Direct proposal author to investigate and compare his approach to
XEP-0137 and explore how to integrate Jingle as the transfer method (the
Council found it somewhat unhelpful to point clients at such a large
number of mirroring technologies). Publication may depend on settling
preferred XMPP file transfer methods (discussed but not settled at XMPP
Summit).

6. ProtoXEP: Jingle RTMP Transport

Accept as a XEP?

Council consensus that it is inappropriate to publish this proposal
given the proprietary nature of the RTMP technology on which this
specification depends. Peter Saint-Andre to pursue contact with
representatives of Adobe regarding their plans for RTMP.

7. ProtoXEP: Jingle Bytestreams Transport

Accept as a XEP?

Based on discussion at the XMPP Summit, the author retracted the
proposal in favor of a simple "hello world" style approach using the
Echo Protocol (RFC 862).

8. ProtoXEP: Jingle HTTP File Transfer

Accept as a XEP?

Council consensus that it is inappropriate to publish this proposal now,
pending further discussion of preferred file transfer methods and NAT
traversal technologies.

9. Next meeting.

Scheduled for March 14.

/psa


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