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== Sixth Council Priorities ==
 
== Sixth Council Priorities ==
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I think the Fifth Council (2005-2006) did a pretty good job. We didn't publish a lot of new protocols, but that's not necessarily a bad thing given the traditional cry of "too many JEPs". We still haven't replaced vcard-temp or finalized a protocol for end-to-end encryption (as described in my [http://wiki.jabber.org/index.php/Peter_Saint_Andre_for_Council_2005#Fifth_Council_Priorities 2005 priorities] but I think we're getting closer with our work on PEP. I'm confident we can finish many PEP payload formats this year, make good progress on the end-to-end encryption technology (JEP-0116), complete revisions to the XMPP RFCs at the IETF, and advance more JEPs from Draft to Final (e.g., JEP-0045 and JEP-0060). These efforts will provide strong foundations for further work. Also  I would like to deprecate JEPs that people are not using (e.g., JEP-0013).
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I think the Fifth Council (2005-2006) did a pretty good job. We didn't publish a lot of new protocols, but that's not necessarily a bad thing given the traditional cry of "too many JEPs". We still haven't replaced vcard-temp or finalized a protocol for end-to-end encryption (as described in my [[Peter Saint Andre for Council 2005#Fifth Council Priorities|2005 priorities]] but I think we're getting closer with our work on PEP. I'm confident we can finish many PEP payload formats this year, make good progress on the end-to-end encryption technology (JEP-0116), complete revisions to the XMPP RFCs at the IETF, and advance more JEPs from Draft to Final (e.g., JEP-0045 and JEP-0060). These efforts will provide strong foundations for further work. Also  I would like to deprecate JEPs that people are not using (e.g., JEP-0013).
    
== Why I'm Running Again ==
 
== Why I'm Running Again ==
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