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Re: [DotGNU]To What Degree Jabber?

From: Gopal.V
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]To What Degree Jabber?
Date: Sat, 13 Apr 2002 06:34:17 +0530
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If memory serves me right, David Sugar wrote:
> The problem Jabber tries to solve is an important one, and one not 
> solved by pure RPC systems since they are not designed as peer to peer. 
>  It is clear we do need some peer to peer solution we can all agree 
> upon, whether it's to use Jabber's protocols or something else (Beep 
> perhaps?). 

IMO Jabber solves a *lot* of problems we have with Webservices -- like
Presence (I'm tired of sending that session-id everytime stuff) etc...

Also it's a win-win situation for both DotGNU and Jabber. Jabber gets a
facelift from "Yet another AIM client" (from the slashdot article) to
a "XML Based Protocol" (which is the right idea). DotGNU gets a boost
in its webservice arena and help us lose that "Following MS around" image.

It's time we did something proactive !.

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