[jitsi-issues] [JIRA] Closed: (JITSI-789) Google Talk connect is slow
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Mon Jan 14 13:51:53 CET 2013
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ibauersachs closed JITSI-789.
Assignee: (was: jitsi-issues)
Fix Version/s: (was: 2.0)
Resolution: Cannot Reproduce
Speedy now, please reopen if its still slow for you.
> Google Talk connect is slow
> Key: JITSI-789
> URL: http://java.net/jira/browse/JITSI-789
> Project: jitsi
> Issue Type: Improvement
> Components: development
> Affects Versions: future
> Environment: Operating System: All
> Platform: All
> Reporter: lubomir_m
> I've been seeing it for a long time: connecting a Google Talk account in SIP
> Communicator (regardless of whether it's newly created or an existing one which
> was manually disconnected and then reconnected) takes noticeably longer than it
> takes in Empathy, Pidgin. It takes more than 10 seconds for SIP Communicator to
> get connected and display the online contacts while Empathy succeeds to achieve
> the same result in about 2-3 seconds. I even tested with meebo.com and it
> managed in 5 seconds.
> I vaguely remember there was some SSL/encryption-related initialization in the
> MSN protocol implementation which I was very slow and Damencho said (well, this
> is a recollection of mine so it may or may not have ever happened) it was also
> executed in for the Jabber protocol implementation.
> I'd very much appreciate it if connecting a Google Talk account and displaying
> its online contacts can be sped up. I've seen this issue many times, yet I seem
> to pretty much always be thinking when my Google Talk account is connecting that
> I haven't started the connection procedure. (I know the fact that there is no
> visual feedback during the connecting phase of an account contributes to my
> perplexing but this issue is about the additional slowdown.)
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