VPTN-4 published


This document describes how virtual presence (VP) uses XMPP [1][2] as a VP transport protocol. It describes extensions to XMPP multi user chat [3] (MUC). Basically, VP uses plain XMPP and MUC plus few extensions to MUC. The extensions augment the user representation with additional user information like avatars, avatar positions and states.



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