niklas.andersson at openforce.se
Fri Feb 12 07:27:27 EST 2016
This would be the XMPP-spec to start from (XEP-0166: Jingle) 
On 12/02/16 12:00, Niklas Andersson wrote:
> How about getting Desktop Screen Sharing in XMPP? That would be a
> killer feature.
> We have made contributions to the FreeRDP-project to get this feature
> implemented in the Pidgin SIPE-plugin so it is "just" a matter of
> making the same for XMPP. (And I think there is a XMPP-spec for
> arbitrary data streams)
> You already got File Transfer-support implemented, done by Ashish
> Gupta as gsoc 2013-project. That means the underpinnings are already
> there. (Getting File Transfer working in SIPE was our first step and a
> pre-req for Desktop Screen Sharing)
> There is a now a FreeRDP-server  that compiles as part of the
> FreeRDP-package that capture your screen and makes it available as a
> Getting this to work in XMPP would surely be appreciated.
> I am not much of a coder myself unfortunately, but I have a grasp on
> what we have done, how it was done, and I would gladly try to answer
> any questions a potential candidate would have. If you want to check
> it out for yourselves, I could suggest you to git-clone FreeRDP
> master, compile it, run the server on your machine, start the client
> on another machine and connect to the server-socket. It is very high
> (I would love to see Ashish pick up this task, as he would be way
> ahead of any other candidate as he already did the File Transfer-thing)
>  https://github.com/FreeRDP/FreeRDP/tree/master/server
> On 12/02/16 04:36, Jorge Villaseñor wrote:
>> On Thu, Feb 11, 2016 at 1:35 PM, Gary Kramlich <grim at reaperworld.com
>> <mailto:grim at reaperworld.com>> wrote:
>> So GSoC 2016 is currently accepting applications for mentoring
>> organizations. We need to figure out soon if we're participating
>> or not since they only accept organizations until 20160219.
>> I think a good first step to decide is to go review the ideas page
>> and find out what we would like to get from the SoC students.
>> A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
>> Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?
>> A: Top-posting.
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