We now have a new W3C editor’s draft to work with. This draft, which can be found at http://dev.w3.org/2011/webrtc/editor/webrtc.html, makes it possible for us to move forward with our implementation of PeerConnection.
To keep the code base manageable, we will be removing
DeprecatedPeerConnection from the API. This change will affect Canary and
Dev versions soon. The newer JSEP API provides greater flexibility and allows
for easier encapsulation of other protocols. A lot has been written about it.
For those that want a quick transition to the new API, we recommend using the
ROAP to JSEP JS library created by one of our colleagues. It abstracts
DeprecatedPeerConnection while using the newer JSEP API. [link obsolete]