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Re: [] dropping XMPP support

From: Mike Linksvayer
Subject: Re: [] dropping XMPP support
Date: Sun, 18 Aug 2013 20:21:52 -0700
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On 08/17/2013 08:52 PM, Danyl Strype wrote:
> I'd like to set this group a challenge. What if we were to set a date
> maybe a year or two hence for a global online conference, hosted
> entirely on free code software, using free protocols,

Good idea, reasonable timeframe. I like the rationale you set out in

Google Hangouts has set a new bar for quality and convenience of
videoconferencing, and Google Hangouts On Air for supporting a large
live audience and recording. WebRTC based projects ought catch up with
former soon, not sure about latter.

"Subsequent to the talk, we had some out-of-bands discussion about ways
to potentially integrate Jitsi Video bridge with the open source
dvswitch system used to produce streams and recordings from free
software events such as DebConf and FOSDEM. It is hoped that this will
provide an additional option for remote participation at free software
events of all sizes."

> and open to
> anyone who supports federated social networks regardless of what
> platform choices they've made at the client end?

If you mean by platform anything more granular than operating system, I
think you have an infeasible n:n interoperability challenge.

Can we call it #disturbicon ? 1/2 :-)


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