On 9/24/05 at 4:41 PM -0400, Scott W Brim wrote:
On Sat, Sep 24, 2005 11:15:51AM -0500, Pete Resnick allegedly wrote:
Signalling Applications and Infrastructure Area
Actually, I screwed up: It's "Signalled Applications and Infrastructure".
Some relationships are established or tailored through signaling
that have nothing to do with interactiveness or delay tolerance (or
True, but which "Signalled Applications" are you thinking of that
wouldn't fit into this area? Further, I can think of all sorts of
interactive and delay intolerant things that do not belong in this
area. *Signalled* applications (and the infrastructure to support
them) seems *exactly to describe the things that I want grouped
Some are established through "management".
I don't understand. Are you saying that protocols with "managed"
relationships which aren't signalled do belong in this area (and that
"signalled" in the name would muddy the waters somehow)? Could you
give me examples?
"Delay-sensitive interpersonal communications" seems to be an
excellent description of the scope.
(*Shrug*) "Interpersonal" doesn't seem to apply to some things I want
in this area (as I think has been mentioned before.
"Instant" messaging should be included.
TDM should not...
And TDM is a "signalled application"?
Pete Resnick <http://www.qualcomm.com/~presnick/>
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