Re: How to Access XMPP-Based Media Server
- From: Stefan Kost <ensonic hora-obscura de>
- To: Jon Kristensen <technology jonkristensen com>
- Cc: desktop-devel-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: How to Access XMPP-Based Media Server
- Date: Sun, 14 Nov 2010 14:54:46 +0200
Am 12.11.2010 14:56, schrieb Jon Kristensen:
> Hello people!
> My name is Jon Kristensen and I am planning to create a XMPP-based media server
> called Pontarius. The typical use case of Pontarius would be to host all your
> media on a local server and have that server share it with your friends (with
> customizable permissions, of course). The server will make sure that any
> transmission is end-to-end encrypted. We will be making heavy use of the XMPP
> Now, I would like to make some kind of "binding" so that GNOME and other free
> desktop environments can browse the contents of a Pontarius server (so that you
> can see your and your friends media). Do you have any advice on where I should
> start? We will be using Jingle and the Publish-Subscribe XMPP extensions to do
> this. What is the lowest level layer that I can/should work against here?
> Basically, I want to be able to work with the remote files as if they were a
> local directory... Get file listings, download a file, upload a file, rename a
> file, etc.
May be writing a Grilo plugin for it would be all that is needed:
> Thank you so much for any advice on this!
> Warm regards,
> Jon Kristensen
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