Difference between revisions of "Talk:Jesús Cea Application 2005"
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What's the current state of XMPP libraries ? didn't one of them started to work on a server ?
What's the current state of e2e encryption ? (Last time I tried using GPG over Jabber, it worked very well)
Why do you need financial backup for a Python XMPP server ?
Nussbaum 10:28, 11 Oct 2005 (CDT)
What's the current state of XMPP libraries?
In Python, the landscape is appaling. There are a lot of libs out there, but incomplete, undocumented, idiosyncrasyc, and so on.
I have hope with Ralph work in twisted. But personally I would rather prefer a pure lib approach instead of a complete "alien" framework.
didn't one of them started to work on a server ?
I know of several that delivered a very preliminar server but no second release ever.
What's the current state of e2e encryption ?
There is an approved JEP, heavyweight (PGP based). There are several lightweight proposals, none approved yet. I don't know any serious proposal for key exchange, nevertheless.
Why do you need financial backup for a Python XMPP server?
I assume that if money in involved, progress could be ensured. Call it a "bounty".
jcea - 19:07, 23 Nov 2005 (EST)