gwachob at wachob.com
Sun Mar 10 18:58:22 CET 2002
It was pointed out to me that not everyone may know what BEEP is. BEEP
is an IETF spec (RFC 3080/3081):
BEEP, the Application Protocol Framework, ... offers advanced features
* a standard application layer that supports dynamic, pluggable
application "profiles" (protocols)
* peer-to-peer, client-server, or server-to-server capabilities
* multiple channels over a single authenticated session
* support for arbitrary MIME payloads, including XML
and from RFC 3080:
a generic application protocol kernel for
connection-oriented, asynchronous interactions called the BEEP
(Blocks Extensible Exchange Protocol) core. BEEP permits
simultaneous and independent exchanges within the context of a single
application user-identity, supporting both textual and binary
gwachob at wachob.com (Gabriel Wachob) wrote in message news:<4e72770c.0203092131.457ad7 at posting.google.com>...
> Just a reminder (or a notice!) that the PyBEEP project (open source
> implementation of BEEP in Python) is marching forward and would like
> any help anybody would like to give.
> The project is hosted at sourceforge.
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