Our 125th RFC is published

Isode has always been an Open Standards company. All of our products are Open Standards based and we believe that contributing to the Open Standards community is beneficial to ourselves and our customers. This is why we’ve always encouraged our staff members to contribute their expertise to standards settings bodies such as the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and the XMPP Standards Foundation (XSF).

Today we’re pleased to announce the publication of the 125th IETF RFC authored or co-authored by a member of the Isode team, RFC 7162 (IMAP Extensions: Quick Flag Changes Resynchronization and Quick Mailbox Resynchronization).

Congratulations to Alexey Melnikov (who has the official title here at Isode of “Open Standards Czar”) and former Isode employee Dave Cridland.

RFC 7162 obsoletes RFC 4551 and RFC 5162, both of which were also co-authored by Alexey.

Isode has moved

Last week we moved into our new offices, conveniently located less than 100 metres from our old offices. We’re still in the process of settling in and some of our new office furniture has yet to be delivered but here are a few pictures of the new Isode space.

Reception Area
A view of the main office
Another view of the main office
Kitchen and one of the breakout areas
Main Conference Room