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Just for your information, there is no NGMUC protocol at the moment.
 
Just for your information, there is no NGMUC protocol at the moment.
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The protocol which is used for many-to-many conversations nowadays: [http://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0045.html XEP-0045]
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The protocol which is used for many-to-many conversations nowadays: [https://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0045.html XEP-0045]
    
=Issues=
 
=Issues=
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==Resource Support==
 
==Resource Support==
XEP-0045 doesn't support multiple resources for one participant. You have to log into the conferece again as another participant by using another nickname. Multiple participants who are one and the same individual can lead into confusion and missunderstanding. Of course there is not much confusing in room with just 13 participants but the jabber protocol is no hobby project and up to 100 users can join a conference.
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XEP-0045 doesn't support multiple resources for one participant. You have to log into the conferece again as another participant by using another nickname. Multiple participants who are one and the same individual can lead into confusion and missunderstanding. Of course there is not much confusing in room with just 13 participants but the XMPP protocol is no hobby project and up to 100 users can join a conference.
    
==Role/Affiliation Management==
 
==Role/Affiliation Management==
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==Support for More Participants==
 
==Support for More Participants==
This is the easiest point. You just ged rid of the thought that the jabber protocol and its enhancements called XEPs were just written for hobby usage. It's altogether a serious project which is used by hundred tousands of people. Where is the advantage of a conference with limited participants? In IRC networks there are rooms with 700 people inside. Who said that isn't possible with jabber technologies? I think, it is.
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This is the easiest point. You just ged rid of the thought that the XMPP protocol and its enhancements called XEPs were just written for hobby usage. It's altogether a serious project which is used by hundred tousands of people. Where is the advantage of a conference with limited participants? In IRC networks there are rooms with 700 people inside. Who said that isn't possible with XMPP technologies? I think, it is.
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