Dave Crocker wrote:
Steve Atkins wrote:
Given that jabber appears to be not ready for
prime time, in oh so many ways, has anyone
considered using a more reliable technology?
Sorry, Steve, but I do not know of any problems with Jabber/xmpp
technology, and its overall track record for IETF use has been
excellent. Further the range of free client software seems quite good.
The problem we are having is operational, with a donated service. (And,
by the way, it's rarely been a problem during IETF week, so this is not
a case of reaching some sort of limit.)
Tend to agree. Jabber during IETF meetings is generally v. good
and it certainly saved this WG a bunch of time when we used it in
Maybe someone needs to donate a bit more kit to whoever runs
But there are a bunch more servers out there, so we're not bound
by jabber.org once we know to avoid it.
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