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'''Synopsis'''
 
'''Synopsis'''
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The objective of this project is to help the Jabber team in finishing a JEP that defines a media description format for Jingle File Transfer sessions and, as soon as this JEP is released, write a module that implements this functionality for the Psi client.
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The objective of this project is to help the Jabber team in finishing a XEP that defines a media description format for Jingle File Transfer sessions and, as soon as this XEP is released, write a module that implements this functionality for the Psi client.
    
As the manner of establishing p2p connections is one of the main reasons for Jingle's success, having a File Transfer system based in it would have a much better result in comparison with the methods used nowadays.
 
As the manner of establishing p2p connections is one of the main reasons for Jingle's success, having a File Transfer system based in it would have a much better result in comparison with the methods used nowadays.
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'''Deliverables:'''
 
'''Deliverables:'''
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* A JEP that defines a media description format for Jingle File Transfer sessions;
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* A XEP that defines a media description format for Jingle File Transfer sessions;
    
* A module implementing the Jingle File Transfer functionality for Psi;
 
* A module implementing the Jingle File Transfer functionality for Psi;
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With Jingle offering a standard for initiating and managing peer-to-peer sessions, in order to serve as a base for all bytestream-based services, nothing more logical than using it to define File Transfers in the same way that is being done with Audio and Video, making it easier to implement by other clients.
 
With Jingle offering a standard for initiating and managing peer-to-peer sessions, in order to serve as a base for all bytestream-based services, nothing more logical than using it to define File Transfers in the same way that is being done with Audio and Video, making it easier to implement by other clients.
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The JEP that defines this has already been started by the Jabber team, so I would be working with them to help finish it (with a prototype implementation to help with testing) and afterwards implement a reference module for Psi.
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The XEP that defines this has already been started by the Jabber team, so I would be working with them to help finish it (with a prototype implementation to help with testing) and afterwards implement a reference module for Psi.
    
My motivation for this project is quite strong : I'm behind a NAT/Firewall and I can't make efficient file transfers on any IM clients, so I would be really glad to solve this problem.
 
My motivation for this project is quite strong : I'm behind a NAT/Firewall and I can't make efficient file transfers on any IM clients, so I would be really glad to solve this problem.
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- 0.0.1 - Work in the protocol:
 
- 0.0.1 - Work in the protocol:
 
- Start working at the protocol definition with the responsible group at Jabber;
 
- Start working at the protocol definition with the responsible group at Jabber;
- Implement a prototype to help with the validation of the JEP;
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- Implement a prototype to help with the validation of the XEP;
    
- 0.0.2 - Implement the Protocol:
 
- 0.0.2 - Implement the Protocol:
(As soon as the JEP concerning to the Jingle File Transfer is released)
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(As soon as the XEP concerning to the Jingle File Transfer is released)
 
- Start the definitive implementation using Psi;
 
- Start the definitive implementation using Psi;
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[http://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0166.html XEP-0166: Jingle]
 
[http://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0166.html XEP-0166: Jingle]
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[http://code.google.com/apis/talk/libjingle/ libJingle]
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[http://code.google.com/apis/talk/libjingle/ libjingle]
    
[http://ejabberd.jabber.ru/ ejabberd]
 
[http://ejabberd.jabber.ru/ ejabberd]
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