[rtcweb] Proposed message to send to the IETF rtcweb and W3C WebRTC working groups.

Ralph Meijer <ralphm@ik.nu> Mon, 22 July 2013 15:06 UTC

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Subject: [rtcweb] Proposed message to send to the IETF rtcweb and W3C WebRTC working groups.
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Hi all,

I would like to inform the group of the recent formation [1] of the 
Jingle Special Interest Group (SIG) at the XMPP Standards Foundation 
(XSF). The recent increase of activity in the WebRTC and rtcweb working 
groups and related high-profile product developments and announcements 
were reasons for the XMPP Council to decide to concentrate efforts 
around Jingle in a SIG.

Jingle [2] is a general framework for managing media sessions between 
XMPP Sessions, including, but not limited to, audio/video streams, file 
transfer and application sharing. There are several documents describing 
applications of Jingle and the used transports, most linked from the 
overall framework specification [3].

The specification of Jingle RTP Sessions [4], most relevant to these 
working groups, defines a Jingle application type for negotiating RTP 
sessions. It has been designed such that interoperability with SIP-based 
systems is possible. This includes mapping negotiation parameters to and 
from SDP, while remaining a signaling protocol in its own right (not 
merely SDP in angle brackets).

The following work items were defined in the kick-off meeting last 
Wednesday, July 17 [5, raw log 6]:

  * Re-examining the state of the various Jingle proposals.
  * Polishing Jingle File Transfer.
  * Updating the SDP mapping in [4], including BUNDLE and Trickle-ICE
    improvements.
  * Documenting and communicating the value proposition of Jingle/XMPP.

This SIG already includes a number of people participating in 
discussions on the WebRTC and rtcweb mailing lists and is lead by Dave 
Cridland (chair), Philipp Hancke, Lance Stout and myself. It is open to 
anyone, and we are looking forward to cooperate with the WebRTC and 
rtcweb working groups to improve both WebRTC and Jingle.

The discussion venues are the Jingle mailing list [7] and the Jingle 
XMPP multi-user chat room [8]. Our next meeting in the MUC room is 
Wednesday July 24 at 15:30 UTC. This group's experience and input would 
be highly appreciated, and your participation in both the meeting and 
the on-going discussion would be most welcome.

Thanks,

Ralph Meijer

[1] <http://mail.jabber.org/pipermail/jingle/2013-June/001933.html>
[2] <http://xmpp.org/about-xmpp/technology-overview/jingle/>
[3] <http://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0166.html>
[4] <http://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0167.html>
[5] <http://mail.jabber.org/pipermail/jingle/2013-July/001956.html>
[6] <http://logs.xmpp.org/jingle/130717/>
[7] <http://mail.jabber.org/mailman/listinfo/jingle>
[8] <xmpp:jingle@muc.xmpp.org?join>