Fabio
4 years ago

Google: “The Future is Jingle” – The XMPP Standards Foundation
Jingle (XEP-0166 and XEP-0167) is the voice and media signallingprotocol developed by Google, Collabora, Yate, Tandberg and Jabber Inc(the latter two now part of Cisco), and standardized within the XSF.
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Google's original VOIP protocol, as used in Google Talk, was animportant precursor to Jingle, and Google has now announced a switchoverto Jingle as their "primary signalling protocol" for voice calls "toand from Gmail, iGoogle, and Orkut."
Olivier Migeot
4 years ago

This is really good news. What we would need now is a matrix of clients compatibility, including Google's. Guess it won't be long.
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