Talk:JXTA

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I would like to expand this page by adding and describing all protocol items of jxta

"The most mature P2P framework available" ... yet no application in common use makes use of it. Hmm. 85.112.147.118 16:37, 6 January 2007 (UTC)

Well, you gotta bear in mind it's a general purpose P2P framework. Don't mistakenly think of it in the same group as P2P file sharing networks, as those have a specific purpose. 90.192.79.187 07:56, 16 January 2007 (UTC)

-> What about criticisms? Any protocol has it's detractors, and the best way to get to know something about it is for the reader to be able to see opinions on both sides. There's a bias in the text here that doesn't convey impartiality. I've just discovered the protocol, so won't presume to author any perspective (but will visit again if I get more informed) Anyone else? Rossgk 15:02, 19 July 2007 (UTC)