Re: Soon you can Blink!
Iñaki Baz Castillo <ibc <at> aliax.net>
2009-09-29 09:38:53 GMT
2009/9/28 Adrian Georgescu <ag <at> ag-projects.com>:
> Blink implements RTP audio sessions (VoIP), session based Instant Messaging
> (IM), File Transfer and multi-party chat sessions using MSRP protocol and
> its relay extension, desktop sharing using VNC protocol, publication and
> subscription for rich presence information such as availability, moods,
> activities and geo-location, management for the presence rules, resource
> lists, RLS services documents using XCAP protocol.
> You can receive a notification when the software become available or
> participate to our early adopter program by registering on the mailing list:
> The software implements most of the SIP SIMPLE working group items and will
> have an open source license.
Let me a question. After studying all the SIMPLE and XCAP stuff (and
implement part of it), I get a simple conclusion: XCAP and SIMPLE
specifications *don't* exist.
With it I mean that SIMPLE and XCAP (as specified by IETF) don't
provide a fixed and strict set of rules and specifications and it's
*impossible* to get interoperability. Some examples:
- RFC 5025 (pres rules) doesn't specify which is the default action to
perform is a watcher URI is not listed in the document.
- RFC 5025 doesn't clarify which should be the presence server