Amit Dugar escreveu:
hii Emil and Ben
Thanks again for your replies and support
I am not much of a sip-application user as our college blocks sip's port..so, I have some doubts aching my head...
*Sip-Communicator* is an *application* that supports various chat engines like gtalk, Yahoo etc..When I login into any of these I use their respective protocol..
Sip-Communicator also has an account type *Sip* which i am sure has different protocol style...
My question is that do I have to develop my application for this (i.e. *Sip*) account type? coz making for gtalk, yahoo chats etc would need that i must introduce the same functionality on the other peer, if the other side uses Yahoo Messenger instead of Sip-Communicator..but on the other hand I am sure that sip account users will use Sip-Communicator on both peers..
and if this be the case (ie i need to develop the application for SIP engine), i need to know that which module has protocols concerned with the transfer of text(i.e. chat messages not audio/video) information from one peer to other..basically it is data transfer protocol i am concerned!!
Coz my application will require transfer of pixel packets in the form of data/text and the same code for text messaging in sip can be harnessed for the same..
cheers and thanks again
Amit Dugar wrote:
> As far as development related question. I would like to know
> module which i can study for f2f text messaging protocol for sip..
I am afraid that there is currently no separate module for f2f
in SIP Communicator. There is a filter mechanism that was contributed
some time ago and I believe some of our community members (Uli for
example) are working in the f2f field but this is not part of the
project at this time. In case you decide to use f2f in your
implementation you'd have to make sure you also take into account its
integration in SIP Communicator.
Hope this helps
Undergraduate Student (B.Tech. Part-III),
Department of Computer Science and Engineering,
Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University,
Varanasi - 221005, INDIA.
Hi there Amit Dugar!
I'm glad to find you interested about the topic of Whiteboard sharing (scratchpad). I'm the creator of the MSRP Java library (https://msrp.dev.java.net/) and i participated on GSoC's 2008 edition, and i had a similar idea a month ago(but unfortunately i don't have the time to do it myself) to implement the scratchpad or even desktop sharing inspired on this work: http://www.nlnet.nl/news/2009/20090204-sip.html, entitled "Desktop Sharing over SIP". As you can see, William Toorop found that the most suitable protocol to transport the data related to the Desktop was the Message Session Relay Protocol (MSRP protocol, rfc can be found here: http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4975), i believe the same applies for the scratchpad.
The library was designed from the beginning to support messages from streams, however such functionality isn't yet implemented.
I'm writing this e-mail to let you and the everybody else to know that if eventually anyone gets to implement the scratchpad or the desktop sharing, i may put this as a priority and implement it myself, or, depending on my work load, at the very least i will guide and give full assistance on all the questions you or the chosen student / interested developer has.
Cheers and good luck, hope that this e-mail can help you create a good project proposal,
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