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Re: Mobile Multimedia Messaging Service

From: Patrik Fältström <paf@cisco.com>
Date: Sat, 16 Sep 2000 09:35:53 +0200
Message-Id: <p05001938b5e8d29100fa@[]>
To: "James P. Salsman" <bovik@best.com>, Jim.Mathis@Motorola.com, ned.freed@innosoft.com
Cc: discuss@apps.ietf.org, ietf-mmms@imc.org, ietf@ietf.org
At 14.52 -0700 00-09-15, James P. Salsman wrote:
>If there has been no charter proposed for a MMMS working group, I
>intend to propose one as follows.

I have no memory of a charter.

>Proposed milestones:  The goals of the MMMS WG will include the
>publication of specifications, as described above, on the following
>topics:  interoperable end-to-end Internet service access on mobile
>devices, including descriptions of existing end-to-end wireless
>Internet service arrangements; implementation guidelines for multimedia
>messaging services on mobile devices using existing Internet messaging
>standards; guidelines concerning performance implications of link
>constraints, including TCP behaviors during extended periods of
>wireless link downtime; and wired PPP access from mobile Internet

This is too open-ended. I want a more specific list of documents that 
you are to create, and the list of issues you are to discuss should 
also say what is _NOT_ in scope of the wg.

My personal interest is not so much in multimedia, but in a 
discussion on how one should design an application layer protocol 
(and maybe "how should one use existing protocols, like IMAP") so it 
works for "mobile" clients.

You should by the way define a "mobile client"...

I felt the discussion at the BOF ended up with "a client which have 
very limited bandwidth to the network, often connected to many 
different internet providers, limited memory and screen", or 
something like that.

Received on Saturday, 16 September 2000 04:19:38 UTC

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