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  • tapioca: Tapioca is a framework for Voice over IP (VoIP) and IM applications. Its main goal is to provide an easy way for developing and using VoIP/IM services in any kind of application. It provides a pluggable interface for different protocols, such as SIP/XMPP - http://tapioca-voip.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Tapioca
  • glabbe: Gabble is a Jabber connection manager.
  • Mission Control - Mission Control is responsible for the management of messaging accounts, the creation of connections (if an account is considered online) and setting the user's requested presence for that account. - http://mission-control.sourceforge.net/
  • farsight: video conferencing made easy
  • Stream Engine: Stream Engine effectively exports Farsight to D-Bus. When it's told to handle a particular streamed media channel, it creates sessions and streams that mirror the channels's session handlers and stream handlers. Singals raised and methods called by the connection manager are translated to Farsight and vice versa. (http://telepathy.freedesktop.org/wiki/Streamed%20Media)
  • Tubes: Tubes are Telepathy's mechanism for supporting arbitrary data transfer and remote IPC. (http://telepathy.freedesktop.org/wiki/Tubes) - The idea behind tubes is: “If I can talk with this person over some IM protocol, why can't program on my machine talk to programs on their machine?” There's lots of programs you have that you might want to be able to talk to their programs. E.g. your VNC client, their VNC server. For OLPC, those programs are activities.
  • Stream tubes are useful for applications that already uses TCP because the application protocol does not need to be changed to use Telepathy tubes. Applications that uses D-Bus tubes need to have a specific protocol. Applications can use several types of tubes.
  • When a contact A offer a stream tube in a chatroom, it's equivalent to listening on a TCP socket with listen()/accept(). Then anyone in the chatroom who can see the stream tube can connect to that socket as a client. For 1-1 stream tubes only one person can see the tube, but the applications can still connect to contact A multiple times. So it's really a factory for 1-1 connections. If the contact A is offering httpd over a tube, the other contact's firefox instance can open multiple tcp connections to the httpd.
  • IB means In Band. The tubes' data use the same path as other messages. For XMPP (Gabble) it means the tubes' data is encapsulated in XML stanza and sent to a jabber server. It could be very slow for applications like VNC.
  • OOB means Out Of Band. The tubes' data use a different path than other messages. The tubes' data is sent directly to the remote contact.
  • Empathy: telepathy client
  • XEP-0095: Stream Initiation This specification defines an XMPP protocol extension for initiating a data stream between any two XMPP entities. The protocol includes the ability to include metadata about the stream and provides a pluggable framework so that various profiles of stream initiation can be defined for particular use cases (such as file transfer).
  • XEP-0065: SOCKS5 Bytestreams Abstract: This document defines an XMPP protocol extension for establishing an out-of-band bytestream between any two XMPP users, mainly for the purpose of file transfer. The bytestream can be either direct (peer-to-peer) or mediated (though a special-purpose proxy server). The typical transport protocol used is TCP, although UDP may optionally be supported as well.
  • MUC : multi-user chat
  • XEP-0163: Personal Eventing Protocol Abstract: This specification defines semantics for using the XMPP publish-subscribe protocol to broadcast state change events associated with an instant messaging and presence account. This profile of pubsub therefore enables a standard XMPP user account to function as a virtual pubsub service, easing the discovery of syndicated data and event notifications associated with such an account.

Geoclue is a modular geoinformation service built on top of the D-Bus messaging system. The goal of the Geoclue project is to make creating location-aware applications as simple as possible.

  • XEP-0080: User Location - Abstract: This specification defines an XMPP protocol extension for communicating information about the current geographical or physical location of an entity.
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