Presence and Instant Messaging

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Presence and Instant Messaging (PRIM) was an early proposal to the IETF of a standard protocol for instant messaging.

The abstract model was first published as an IETF Request for Comments, RFC 2778 "A Model for Presence and Instant Messaging"[1] in February 2000, which was authored by Mark Day of SightPath (formerly of Lotus Software where helped develop IBM Lotus Sametime, now Chief Scientist at Riverbed Technology),[2] Jonathan Rosenberg of dynamicsoft (now the Chief Technology Strategist for Skype)[3] and Hiroyasu Sugano of Fujitsu Laboratories LtdLtd.[1]

No work has been done on it since 2001. Currently, SIP and its derivative SIMPLE (both of which Jonathan Rosenberg also co-authored or invented),[3] and XMPP are being considered for use as instant messaging protocols.

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  1. ^ a b Mark Day; Jonathan Rosenberg; Hiroyasu Sugano (February 2000). "RFC 2778 - A Model for Presence and Instant Messaging". Internet Engineering Task Force. Retrieved 29 August 2012. 
  2. ^ "Riverbed Technology - Investor Relations - Biography". Riverbed Technology. Retrieved 29 August 2012. 
  3. ^ a b Jonathan Rosenberg. "Jonathan Rosenberg's Home Page". Retrieved 29 August 2012. 

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