Re: SIP API spec

Noel Chiappa <> Thu, 28 January 1993 02:40 UTC

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From: Noel Chiappa <>
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Subject: Re: SIP API spec
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    > I am getting the feeling that this specification is being thrown together
    > in a real hurry in an attempt to 'win' some competition. I can't help but
    > feel that this is the wrong road to take to produce a great design....

    Actually, we felt the need to write up the API spec because we were
    approaching the point where we would have two independent SIP
    implementations based on BSD unix and we didn't want the two
    implementors to pick different APIs.

Ah, I was referring to SIP as a whole, not just the API spec.