On 3/22/10 3:15 AM, Yann Leboulanger wrote: > Le 22/03/2010 10:03, Michael Jurke a écrit : > >> >> Thanks for your fast response!! >> As mentioned I'm aware of the standard proposals on jabbers website. Are >> your sure gajim is based on SXDE >> http://xmpp.org/extensions/inbox/sxde.html??? It is outdated and gajim >> first approach was based on it's follower SXE >> http://xmpp.org/extensions/inbox/sxe.html at least when I read the >> mailing archive >> (http://www.lagaule.org/pipermail/gajim-devel/2008-March/000356.html). >> But how is it now? Any ideas or roadmaps? Or does it fully support SXE - >> verbose and with not well handled session-negotiation? > > Oups yes of course our implementation is based on SXE, not SXDE. We use > jingle for negotiation (it's why we couldn't test against psi, which > doesn't use jingle). > > Current implementation works, I mean we can negociate a session, and > share a drawing. Only a few tools are supported, but the basics are here. > > There is no roadmap for the moment, we prefere finishing 0.14 version > with jingle, then 0.15 with plugin system.
BTW at IETF 77 last week I had a good meeting with someone who has implemented SXE-based whiteboarding. He will be fixing up the protoXEP and I hope the XSF will publish it (and the SXE-based whiteboarding document) as numbered XEPs in the near future. Peter -- Peter Saint-Andre https://stpeter.im/
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