[Standards] XMPP-Based multi-media conference

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at stpeter.im
Fri Mar 21 21:15:42 UTC 2008


chun wang wrote:
>    I am now designing a multi-media conference system, while choosing the
> conference control protocol, I know jabber/XMPP, I really like this
> protocol  for its agility, but traditional confrence systerms most are based
> on H.323 or SIP. I had searched many papers about SIP-based conference, but
> I think XMPP maybe bettter.
>    well, I had installed  jabberd2 on my Linux Server, and add MUC component
> develeped by GNU. in order to support audio and video transport, I know
> Jingle protocol,
> now gtalk is based on XMPP and LibJingle, but I found that LibJingle is not
> complicant to XMPP Jingle.
>    If  I use XMPP  Multi-User Chat Protocol(XEP-0045) and XMPP Jingle
> Protocol(XEP-0166) to setup my conference, looking forward to your some
> suggestions. //bow

Some people (e.g., OLPC) have investigated this, e.g., sending Jingle
"control" actions through the MUC room via <message/> instead of <iq/>.
But I don't think they have any best practices to share yet.

Peter

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