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Re: [DotGNU]Re: Developers digest, Vol 1 #377 - 2 msgs

From: Gopal.V
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]Re: Developers digest, Vol 1 #377 - 2 msgs
Date: Sat, 30 Mar 2002 21:05:44 +0530
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If memory serves me right, Adam Theo wrote:
> actually, it is an RFC now. As of a few weeks ago, Peter Saint-Andre
> worked long and hard to submit an informational RFC to the IETF
> including the Jabber protocol as of the 1.4 server line. 

        Wohoo !. I should really subscribe jdev ;)

> And licensing permits, since the protocol is open and free like SMTP or
> HTTP, and the most popular server has just been GPL'ed.

        GPL Rul3z .... So I have no doubts .. I just noticed that
has a philosophy section. Since I could not see any COPYING file in my CVS
of jabberd from jabberstudio , I may have got the wrong server. Where's
the real server ?.

        Also I noticed Jabber had a php class library -- so it will make 
integration with phpgw easier in the long term. This just could be the
glue we sorely need to bind Pnet, phpgw , Auth and (SEE | VRS).

> Cool. Yes, IQ is one of the really nifty things about Jabber's
> middleware potential. It's so easily expanded by anyone simply by adding
> a namespace...

        I'm yet to try anything on Jabber, but from the proposals I read,
I think this should be a good idea to use a system that has proven 
itself. Also XML rules any project from now on. 


PS: As I had said a long time ago, gziping XML to save on bandwidth
    is a good idea. Hoping that jabber can manage that automagically.
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