Reply to post: Re: Why IMAP and not XNMP?

Meet the open sorcerers who have vowed to make Facebook history

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Re: Why IMAP and not XNMP?

There's already enough XMPP capacity in existence for billions of users (cf. ejabberd). However, there is no centrally stored message history so it's no Facebook replacement.

Why stop at Faceache? An open protocol Ebay / Amazon must be a good decade overdue.

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