[Standards] Re: compliance levels for 2008

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at jabber.org
Wed May 30 16:18:44 UTC 2007

Alex Mauer wrote:
> Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
>> Alex Mauer wrote:
>>> What, did the folks running the SIPRNet write their own XMPP server that
>>> only works on the SIPRNet?  Isn't part of the point of SIPRNet to use
>>> standard protocols on a secure network?  Couldn't any implementation
>>> (not deployment) that can be connected to SIPRNet also be connected to
>>> the Internet, and so support MU-C via s2s?
>> Technologically it could, but politically it could not (AFAIK).
> Hmm, I think we're having some miscommunication.  When I say
> "implementation" I mean like jabberd, jabberd2, openfire, ejabberd, etc.
> All of the above could connect to either SIPRNet or the Internet.  All
> of the above can provide access to MU-C service (via s2s) even though
> not all of them have direct/built-in/internal support for it.

Right, sorry, I missed the difference between implementation and 
deployment in what you said (and usually I consider that distinction 


Peter Saint-Andre
XMPP Standards Foundation

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