Re: [ietf-outcomes] "+>" ?

Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter@stpeter.im> Thu, 11 February 2010 21:03 UTC

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On 2/11/10 2:01 PM, Dave CROCKER wrote:

> In formulating the original list of Adoption values, I had assumed that
> prompting "extensive derivative work" was an additional /degree/ of
> success, not a different /kind/.  So it did not occur to me that
> something could have "some adoption" and also prompt derivative work.

I was quite tempted to do +> for XMPP (there are hundreds of extensions
beyond the core use cases), but I figured I'd let someone else try it
first. However, given that Facebook just enabled XMPP support (add 400m
users to existing guesstimates), perhaps ++ is in order. :)

Peter

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