[JDEV] Theoretic.com Now Blocked
ks at micky.hpl.hp.com
Tue Jan 8 11:01:53 CST 2002
These aren't quite the same thing. Running a personal server means
managing the server, managing logins, managing security, and managing
transports. This is quite a bit more complex than installing and
running a client.
On Tue, Jan 08, 2002 at 10:17:09AM -0600, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
> Right now you can already register with an AIM gateway on a server other
> than the one you're connected to, by discovering what agents exist on that
> server and then registering with those agents. Connecting to your "home"
> server in no way prevents one from connecting to resources on other
> On Tue, 8 Jan 2002, Kevin Smathers wrote:
> > The only solution I can think of is to move the AOL transport out to
> > the client. Actually the ability to open multiple simultaneous server
> > connections from the client would solve another problem for me as well;
> > I regularly need to work with both internal and external Jabber servers.
> > Then you could treat the AIM transport as just another Jabber server
> > cluster as far as the client is concerned (albeit one with a closed
> > set of participants). I suppose there is an issue of transparency,
> > especially when the user is offline, but AIM like Jabber will I think
> > queue messages for users not currently online. That part should be
> > solvable.
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