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The core technologies were formalized under the name Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP) at the IETF in 2004.
These core technologies include: The first XMPP RFCs (RFC 3920 and RFC 3921) were produced by the IETF’s XMPP Working Group in October 2004.
In 2011 they were revised, resulting in the current specifications.
There are many implementations of the core XMPP specifications.
Furthermore, the semantics of Jingle signalling was designed to be consistent with both SIP and the Session Description Protocol (SDP), thus making it straightforward to provide signalling gateways between XMPP networks and SIP networks.
Jingle is defined in a number of specifications: Note: Many of the following implementations support the older Google Talk protocol and are being upgraded to support Jingle as it is defined in the specifications; contact the project developers for details.
XMPP was originally developed in the Jabber open-source community to provide an open, decentralized alternative to the closed instant messaging services at that time.Because MUC rooms are based on XMPP, they can be used to exchange not only plaintext message bodies but a wide variety of XML payloads.MUC is defined in one primary specification (XEP-0045) and several ancillary specifications: Pub Sub is a protocol extension for generic publish-subscribe functionality, specified in XEP-0060.The personal eventing protocol (PEP), specified in XEP-0163, provides a presence-aware profile of Pub Sub that enables every user’s Jabber ID to function as a virtual pubsub service for rich presence, microblogging, social networking, and real-time interactions.Pub Sub is defined in several specifications: Pub Sub and PEP are “payload-agnostic” — you can use them as neutral transports for a wide variety of data formats.