GitHub user mike-jumper opened a pull request:

    GUACAMOLE-88: Write a ton of documentation covering recent changes to 

    This should cover the changes to plugin lifecycle, handling of streams, the 
broadcast vs. user-specific sockets, and the typical location to actually start 
the remote desktop connection.

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commit 69c96d57edd5a94c2cae845fa54646ec5fcfe8c6
Author: Michael Jumper <>
Date:   2016-10-18T01:03:22Z

    GUACAMOLE-88: Remove legacy description of protocol nesting. It's no longer 
correct, and that feature is really no longer needed.

commit 2a7ef1e5396ae800a6be54b81bafb6775823bc34
Author: Michael Jumper <>
Date:   2016-10-18T01:18:24Z

    GUACAMOLE-88: Update event handler documentation regarding user-specific 

commit fe5f04d81d18352e6689e6705473d29f8d340bd3
Author: Michael Jumper <>
Date:   2016-10-18T01:21:30Z

    GUACAMOLE-88: Remove legacy description of handle_messages. It does not 
exist any longer.

commit 5ab54f0a2c93b7315b4e7d11b263145bd8e83072
Author: Michael Jumper <>
Date:   2016-10-18T01:29:08Z

    GUACAMOLE-88: Describe user-specific vs. broadcast sockets.

commit ea562cf6269ebb7f14ec2c97a15763fc909eaf34
Author: Michael Jumper <>
Date:   2016-10-18T02:12:55Z

    GUACAMOLE-88: Document new plugin lifecycle.

commit 1dcac2fb61ff918e3c7b53b3d9d60315c55b95fd
Author: Michael Jumper <>
Date:   2016-10-18T02:40:32Z

    GUACAMOLE-88: Describe libguac support for streams.


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