[Standards] binary XML (was: Re: [jdev] Google Androïd SDK not XMPP compliant ?)
laukner at googlemail.com
Mon Feb 18 10:47:01 UTC 2008
The test was done without TLS using localDNS.
On Feb 14, 2008 8:57 PM, Fletcher, Boyd C. CIV US USJFCOM JFL J9935 <
Boyd.Fletcher at je.jfcom.mil> wrote:
> With or without TLS enabled?
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> Sent: Thu Feb 14 14:52:55 2008
> Subject: Re: [Standards]binary XML (was: Re: [jdev] Google Androïd SDK not
> XMPP compliant ?)
> We have tested XMPP (with zlib compression) over radio links (<9.6 kB) and
> found that chat is not too bad. The biggest problem was the TCP connection
> and SASL authentication (too many handshakes). It takes up to 3 minutes to
> connect/reconnect which is not acceptable.
> On Thu, Feb 14, 2008 at 8:30 PM, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im>
> Alexander Gnauck wrote:
> > Fabio Forno schrieb:
> >> ...
> >> - compression is not as bad as I thought and if time to market
> >> essential that's the only viable solution
> > see also my comments in the jdev thread, I think we should all
> hop one
> > one thread ;-)
> > http://mail.jabber.org/pipermail/jdev/2008-February/026157.html
> > I have done lots of mobile programming and tests in the past. And
> > really performs very well. ZLib does not need much CPU and the
> > compression ratio with XMPP XML is amazing.
> IMHO we'll never get people to stop thinking that XML is verbose.
> one of those memes that will never go away.
> > When somebody wants to have this binary Xml, which I think is not
> a bad
> > idea, then plug it into XEP-0138.
> Correct. Boyd Fletcher volunteered to write the small spec for this
> (basically just like XEP-0229 except defining the use of binary
> but nothing has been submitted yet.
> Peter Saint-Andre
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