pep.winfried, you know that members@ is public right
winfriedWhoops... Couldn't find a public link to its archives... but maybe I didn't check well enough.
AlexGoto Members, and then Members Archives
winfriedso be it ;-)
jonas’Iteam can probably remove it from the archives.
flowhopefully without change the IDs of the other mails
jonas’there are no IDs after that one
flowwinfried, interesting read, thanks for posting btw
NeustradamusIt will be nice to update mailman, Alex ^^
GSoC: Jabber/XMPP Google Summer of Code -> XMPP Google Summer of Code
JDev: Jabber/XMPP software development list -> XMPP software development list
JUser: Jabber/XMPP end-user discussion list -> XMPP end-user discussion list
winfriedjonas’ flow thanks for thinking along, but no need for that
winfriedGe0rG: thanks for sharing, that is a nice case to throw in when people say XMPP is dead...
Ge0rGwinfried: you don't know of https://xmpp.org/uses/gaming.html - do you?
Ge0rGthere is also https://github.com/xsf/xmpp.org/issues/490
winfriedGe0rG: I do know, but casually saying "oh, Nintendo just switched to XMPP to send push notifications to all consoles, twice as much users as the whole population of the Netherlands on a single deployment" and then walking on has better effect.
Ge0rGwinfried: right, that's a bit more focused, and Nintendo is probably the best-well-known brand on that list, at least among non-gamers
Ge0rG...that made me want to buy a Switch and MitM the XMPP connection
Ge0rGbut we don't have good XMPP MitM, do we?
winfriedGe0rG: exactly... still would like to MitM my sons Switch anyway ;-)
Ge0rGI'm not sure I can convince my SO, anyway. The last console I bought was an Xbox360, and the only game it saw was KingKong, up to the font file exploit to load Linux
winfriedGe0rG: and later on you can elaborate more, tell that almost everybody has at least two XMPP deployments in his pocket without knowing it and that the toiletpaper of battlegroups of NATO ships on the Atlantic is managed over XMPP...
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winfriedGe0rG: children are a great way to bypass a SO: "wow daddy, are we getting a [nice gadget]!"
Ge0rGwinfried: what are the two deployments you are speaking of?
Ge0rGI'm not even sure whether Google is still using it for Android push
winfriedGe0rG: yeah, I know - it is the platform push infrastructure & whatsapp. Both cases are a bit doubtful to what extend it still is XMPP or not.
winfriedGe0rG: I usually say something like: you are almost for certain using XMPP without knowing it.
winfriedBTW: does anybody know any details on the deployment of XMPP at the French ambulance service? I have a discussion on LinkedIn where it may be very tactical to mention it, if the case fits well enough.
Ge0rGwhatsapp, right. I'm not using that
Ge0rGwinfried: watch out, the french govt is using Matrix now
winfriedGe0rG: I know, for messaging between civil servants, the French ambulance did their own thing
Wojtekralphm: regarding xmpp logo usage - I approached Nyco with the question just to make sure it's ok to use it on our pages, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:XMPP_logo.svg states it's MIT so basically the answer is that yes, we can
KevThat's assuming that whoever uploaded it got the license right.
KevMIT seems quite odd, I didn't think the XSF tended to use that, it's usually CC-ish if anything, AFAICR.
KevWell, other than the XEPs.
KevAh, right, so what's happened here is that someone has taken the logo, found that XEPs are MIT licensed, and so claimed that the logo must be MIT licensed, despite not being a XEP.
KevAt least, that's what it looks like to me.
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Wojtekbut it's seems that actual licence status of the logo is unknown? should we assume "CC-ish" or MIT (both cases would permit usage)?
jonas’I think the logo is fair use as trademark anyways, isn’t it? If you’re using it according to the trademark stuff anyways
ralphmKev: what more likely happened is that our IPR policy was more prominent on a previous version of our website, and it says MIT for all the things
KevAlso possible, but as that page links to the XEP's IPR policy as the one used for the logo, I'm not entirely convinced.
ralphmThere is no claimed trademark on XMPP, nor the logo. But we issued its creation.
ralphmAnyway, I asked Peter and he also said it is covered by our IPR policy
Wojtekthank you :-)
ralphmWojtek: also, it was discussed in Board and we see no issue with you using it on your site.
Wojtek(if it was in minutes I must have missed it)