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XMP Lowdown
The Extensible Metadata Platform (XMP) is a specification describing RDF-based data and storage models for metadata about documents in any format. The specification includes information about embedding XMP in text files such as HTML and SVG/XML; image formats such as JPEG, TIFF, and GIF; and Adobe formats such as Illustrator, Photoshop, and Acrobat files. While its use of the RDF metadata format comes with some caveats, RDF enthusiasts should be pleased to see that the company making the most popular image manipulation tools has made those tools capable of reading and writing RDF metadata about these images.

Type: XMPP  #Views: 1932  Category: Article    

XMPP Supporters Rally Behind Interop Gateways
Hoping to calm the tumultuous interoperability waters in a vast sea of instant messaging, one industry group says it has the fix for at least part of the problem.

Type: XMPP  #Views: 3213  Category: Article    

XMPP vs SIMPLE: The race for messaging standards
There’s a race on for the future of the enterprise messaging system. The contestants are backing competing protocols for IM and presence awareness. Which standard takes home the prize may depend less on technical merits than on brute force. At the head of the competition are SIMPLE (Session Initiation Protocol for Instant Messaging and Presence Leveraging Extensions) and the open-source, XML-based XMPP (eXtensible Messaging and Presence Protocol). Both are currently being developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).

Type: XMPP  #Views: 2202  Category: Article    

XMPP Group Making Headway
SIMPLE's supporters also include two of the world's largest software players -- Microsoft (Quote, Chart), which supports SIMPLE in Windows Messenger and its future release of Greenwich, and IBM (Quote, Chart), through its Lotus SameTime product. By dint of being associated with two of the most influential vendors in the IT sector, SIMPLE naturally has strong support on the IETF.

Type: XMPP  #Views: 1850  Category: Article    

XMPP Group Making Headway
Jabber's open, XML-based messaging and presence protocol is one small step closer to making its official pitch to the Internet's leading standards organization, with the establishment of a working group within the Internet Engineering Task Force.

Type: XMPP  #Views: 898  Category: Article    

XMPP and Jabber
For some time now, the term XMPP (Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol) has been used as a synonym for Jabber. To my knowledge, this usage began with Andre Durand (founder of Jabber, Inc.) and has continued within some elements of the Jabber community. More recently, the term has gained greater visibility through its association with the proposed IETF Working Group.

Type: XMPP  #Views: 992  Category: Article    

XMPP Supporters Rally Behind Interop Gateways
Hoping to calm the tumultuous interoperability waters in a vast sea of instant messaging, one industry group says it has the fix for at least part of the problem.

Type: XMPP  #Views: 976  Category: Article    

IM emerges from the shadows
Although instant messaging (IM) can be a convenient way to communicate at work, just as often it seems to end up as a comedy of errors: misinterpretations of tone, sending a personal message to the wrong contact and putting up with the terrible nicknames the guy in sales, a.k.a. "Sultan_of_Sales", feels compelled to use.

Type: XMPP  #Views: 958  Category: Article    

Has IM Innovation Peaked?
What a noisy last few weeks in the public instant messaging space. Microsoft (Quote, Chart), AOL (Quote, Chart) and Yahoo (Quote, Chart) all rolled out new product upgrades, all of them promising to reinvent the popular text-chat application.

Type: XMPP  #Views: 991  Category: Article    

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