[rtcweb] About defining a signaling protocol for WebRTC (or not)

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> So my proposal is that WebRTC should not mandate a signaling protocol
> in the web-browser, but just define a requeriment for managing
> multimedia sessions from the JavaScript code given a well defined API.
> IMHO this is the way that fits well with the flexibility of the web
> and lets each web provider to decide which technology to use as
> signaling protocol, rather than forcing him to implement
> SIP/XMPP/other-protocol in server side.


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