[Standards] [Fwd: WG Action: Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (xmpp)]
stpeter at stpeter.im
Thu Jun 4 02:00:17 UTC 2009
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On 6/3/09 6:34 PM, Jonathan Schleifer wrote:
> Am 29.05.2009 um 21:43 schrieb Peter Saint-Andre:
>> Goals and Milestones:
>> Mar 2010 Decide upon a direction for server-to-server connection reuse.
>> Aug 2010 Deliver rfc3920bis and rfc3921bis to the IESG.
>> Dec 2010 Decide upon a direction for end-to-end encryption.
>> Jan 2011 Define a framework for SIP-XMPP interworking.
>> Feb 2011 Define a solution for server-to-server connection reuse.
>> Aug 2011 Define a solution for end-to-end encryption.
> Great, so maybe we see some client being released in a stable version
> that supports it in about 3 years.
Nothing says that we can't finish things sooner than defined by the
milestones on the charter (I'm not quite sure how those got defined,
because I think we can finish sooner, but Working Group chairs and IETF
Area Directors tend to be conservative about milestones). Feel free to
help in that effort instead of continually beating the dead horse of
ESessions. Indeed, once I convert XEP-0210 to an Internet-Draft that
specifies our requirements, you are free to write an Internet-Draft that
proposes ESessions as the preferred direction for end-to-end encryption
to meet those requirements (yes, the IETF is an open standards
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