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This is a brainstorming page for items to be added to once the XSF membership comes to consensus about priorities.
The overall goal of the Jabber/XMPP community is to build an open, standardized, secure, feature-rich, widely-deployed, decentralized infrastructure for real-time communications in order to successfully compete with and supplant (or co-opt) proprietary, closed, centralized services such as AIM, MSN, Yahoo!, and Skype. The Jabber Software Foundation (JSF) has identified several high-priority technical and business initiatives for 2006-2007 to help achieve that goal, as described below.
The following list is quite old and needs to be updated. Edit away!
=== Technical ===
=== Technical ===


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