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Re: [CoreTeam]Re: [DotGNU]To What Degree Jabber?

From: Barry Fitzgerald
Subject: Re: [CoreTeam]Re: [DotGNU]To What Degree Jabber?
Date: Thu, 11 Apr 2002 21:05:58 -0400

Norbert Bollow wrote:
> Brandon Bremen <address@hidden> wrote:
> > Does anyone have a reason why NOT to use Jabber the standard protocol
> > for dotGNU? It doesn't look like there is anything better suited for the
> > kind of data transport that dotGNU needs. Unless using a bunch of
> > different protocols would be better for some reason.
> I think that DotGNU should officially endorse these three
> protocols as its standard webservices+middleware protocols:
> XMLRPC, SOAP, jabber:middleware
> If there are any concerns or objections, please post them to
> address@hidden as soon as possible, and not later than
> Thursday April 18.
> Decision-making procedure
> =========================
> If no serious objections are made by then, it will be a decision
> by consensus.
> If serious objections (that make sense to me) are made, I will
> post a modified proposal.
> If this consensus-oriented decision-making process fails, a
> decision will have to be made by the DotGNU Steering Committee
> and/or RMS.

I have no problem with this.  There can be nothing lost from supporting
multiple protocols - rather, I think it would make the DotGNU platform
stronger.  Yes, I support the use of jabber:middleware as a DotGNU
approved standard transport.


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