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Re: Proposal for support of RTMP

From: Harald Alvestrand <harald@alvestrand.no>
Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2012 18:01:56 +0200
Message-ID: <507D84F4.8040602@alvestrand.no>
To: bouras@cti.gr
CC: public-webrtc@w3.org, Vaggelis Kapoulas <kapoulas@cti.gr>, Andreas Papazois <papazois@ceid.upatras.gr>, AShani@exent.com
Sorry to be discouraging, but I think this is outside the scope of our 
present work.
As presented in your document, RTMP is a server-based protocol. The 
charter of this WG is for peer-to-peer work.

Also, protocol work should go to the IETF, not to the W3C.

If the group is rechartered to take on server-based work, it is possible 
that we may return to this issue.

                    Harald Alvestrand

On 10/16/2012 02:51 PM, bouras@cti.gr wrote:
>
>
> Dear Working Group Members,
>
> I send you this email on behalf of Computer Technology Institute and 
> Press (CTI) "Diophantus" (http://www.cti.gr/) a member of "The 
> Community Network Game" (CNG) project's consortium 
> (http://www.cng-project.eu/). CNG is a research and development 
> project funded by European Commission under FP7/ICT programme.
>
> During our research and development work in CNG, one of the activities 
> we are responsible for is the identification of possible contribution 
> to standards. Given that our work also included research and 
> development activities on Web Technologies we have the following 
> interesting idea that may contribute to your standardization processes 
> within W3C.
>
> Our idea is the support of Real-Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP) in the 
> future JavaScript standard. RTMP is a protocol developed by Adobe for 
> the support of a higher-level multimedia stream.
>
> Kindly find more information in the attached document.
>
> I am available to provide you any further information on this.
>
> Sincerely,
> Christos J. Bouras
>
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