[Standards] Deprecating Privacy Lists

Ben Langfeld ben at langfeld.me
Mon Oct 12 16:48:34 UTC 2015


On 12 October 2015 at 13:15, Vitaly Takmazov <vitalyster at gmail.com> wrote:

> > Take a look at the list of RFC and XEP authors for starters.
> That list is VERY short. And most authors have 15+ years of experience
> in related technologies.
> Indeed, there are some extensions from "beginners" but they are not
> widely adopted.
>
> > subscription for new ones to be written based on their requirements.
> "Subscription fee" for writing an XEP is **the time**.


I don't think you understood this.


> As I described
> in previous message -
> it is cheaper to write some domain-specific protocol from scratch,
> rather than adopt XMPP in that current outdated state.
>

What is your suggested solution to making XMPP easier to contribute to?


> > open-source entitlement.
> I have mention that now is 2015 - "you should use XMPP just because it
> is driven by open community"
> is not an answer in 2015: there are MANY open communities with open
> specs and opensource libraries.
> XMPP still lost it 2003.
> ---
>
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