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    • Daniel Gultsch's avatar
      s/Jabber ID/XMPP address/ · b4b4950a
      Daniel Gultsch authored
      There are countless arguments on both sides of the Jabber ID vs XMPP address
      debate which makes deciding between them a really tough decision.
      
      Pro Jabber ID
      * Jabber is easier pronounce
      * We have always called it Jabber
      * Jabber is more recognizable (This claim can not be backed up by Google Trends)
      * Jabber ID has a nicer typography
      
      Pro XMPP address
      * People like the term address. People also liked 'Chat address' or
        'Conversations address'. Address is also used in Email address or other
        protocols. Even if people don’t understand the 'XMPP' part of the term they
        might understand the 'address' part and know what is going on.
      * While people might have heard of Jabber rather than XMPP; people have heard
        of it in the 00s and associate it with something old. Depending on the
        target audience this is a good thing. And people who value sustainability
        know what XMPP is anyway.
      * Jabber is a Cisco product. If we were to succeed in making 'Jabber' cool
        again we don’t want to share that success with Cisco. What has Cisco ever
        done for us? Aside from providing us with a venue for the XSF summit. And
        building nice aqueducts.
      * The Cisco owned trademark is a damocles sword. While the XSF technically
        has the right to hand out sublicenses to use the term this can be a lengthy
        process. And automated filter system that for example monitor Google Play
        store descriptions don’t care that the XSF has the rights or that the terms
        of use are more nuanced. They just see a trademark and reject the
        publication. And we all know how impossible it is to speak to an actual
        human at Google.
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