Hi Emil and fellow devs,
Well, i restarted work in the MSRP protocol library, at the moment i'm
fixing some issues with the library (I expect to finish the list, that can
be found here:https://msrp.dev.java.net/servlets/ProjectIssues , before the
end of the year). I'll focus more on the integration with SC on my second
semester when hopefully the file transfer procedure has matured from a draft
to a RFC status and by then hopefully i would be on milestone 2.0 with the
relay extensions implemented.
I have already solved Issue #1 and commited the code both on the
sip-communicator SVN repository and on the msrp project at dev.java, now the
library is fully capable of transmiting binary content through MSRP.
I will soon release a road map and post it on the announce mailing list of
the MSRP Java protocol library (http://msrp.dev.java.net ), if anyone is
also interested in following the progresses more closely i would advise you
to subscribe to the issues mailing list.
I hope that by 2009 SC will be the first I.M. fully capable of sending files
via the SIP signalling protocol!
On Mon, Oct 13, 2008 at 4:24 PM, Emil Ivov <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
During the last week I've been discussing our road map with many of you
and it's time to move the discussion to the list.
We now have a sufficient number of features to start thinking about
stability and hence prepare for the 1.0 release. I'd like us to start a
1.0 branch and use it to obtain a few RC versions as well as the actual
So far we've always rolled our official releases near the end of the
year so it would be nice if we could have the 1.0-rc1 ready in December.
I've gone through both our roadmap and the issue tracker and tried to
come up with a tentative schedule that could fit into that period of
time. You can check it out here:
Java.net issue tracker:
Please have a look at them and send comments here. Keep in mind though
that we need to be ready in December so if you want an extra feature in
the plan then you'd need to code it yourself.
Looking forward to hearing from you
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