Read the minutes of today's con call…sounds like things are moving along.
I wasn't sure regarding the status of association/registration/authentication (whatever you want to call it).
There was text in the minutes that the group was not going to tackle this -- is the idea not to tackle this at all? Or just that we're prioritizing our efforts and trying to complete the core model before tackling the other stuff ?
There was also a comment from the minutes that this would be a small amount of code (10%) -- I think this may be a conservative estimate. Anyway, we're talking about completing the core "abstract" model, correct? So we're really not talking about a concrete binding or implementation, so we're not talking about code here.
Also, reaching across the abstract-to-concrete boundary, the minutes mentioned something about XMPP -- I am working on implementations of cloud services and XMPP seems like a good fit, not only because it has a very robust publish/subscribe event model, but it can map into whatever AAA we decide to use (multiple mappings exist). There's a lot of really cool extensions currently being worked on within the XMPP community (both IETF and xmpp.org). Also, XMPP could be used for registration/presence as well. It's a nice communications substrate on which many apps could be mapped.
On Jun 25, 2012, at 1:40 PM, Michael Sweet wrote:
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