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'''Student''': João Duarte<br>
'''Student''': João Duarte<br>
'''GSoC Blog''': https://gsoc-prosody-2019.blogspot.com<br>
'''GSoC Blog''': https://gsoc-prosody-2019.blogspot.com<br>
'''GSoC Blog Feed''': https://gsoc-prosody-2019.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default<br>
'''Mentors''': MattJ<br>
'''Mentors''': MattJ<br>


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'''Student''': Madhur Garg<br>
'''Student''': Madhur Garg<br>
'''GSoC Blog''': https://madhur96.github.io/gsoc19/<br>
'''GSoC Blog''': https://madhur96.github.io/gsoc19/<br>
'''GSoC Blog Feed''': https://madhur96.github.io/feed.xml<br>
'''Mentors''': pep, Link Mauve<br>
'''Mentors''': pep, Link Mauve<br>


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XEP-0313), as well as some other general improvements.
XEP-0313), as well as some other general improvements.


== Jingle File Transfer ==
== Jingle File Transfer for Dino ==


'''Student''': hrxi<br>
'''Student''': hrxi<br>
'''GSoC Blog''': TODO<br>
'''GSoC Blog''': https://hrxi.github.io/gsoc/<br>
'''GSoC Blog Feed''': https://hrxi.github.io/gsoc/feed.xml<br>
'''Mentors''': fixah, la|r|ma<br>
'''Mentors''': fixah, la|r|ma<br>


hrxi will implement encrypted peer-to-peer Jingle file transfers in Dino. The encrypted connection will be set up by either one of the supported encryption protocols of Dino, OMEMO and OpenPGP. In order to achieve compatibility with web clients, it is planned to support WebRTC as a transport protocol. The implementation will be done in a way that allows building support for audio/video chat on top of it. hrxi is based in Germany, studies mathematics and computer science, and likes to write code in Rust.
hrxi will implement encrypted peer-to-peer Jingle file transfers in Dino. The encrypted connection will be set up by either one of the supported encryption protocols of Dino, OMEMO and OpenPGP. In order to achieve compatibility with web clients, it is planned to support WebRTC as a transport protocol. The implementation will be done in a way that allows building support for audio/video chat on top of it. hrxi is based in Germany, studies mathematics and computer science, and likes to write code in Rust.
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