[jdev] JEP-0085 clarification

Travis Shirk nicfit at gmail.com
Tue Sep 6 21:26:19 CDT 2005


> Quoting Travis Shirk <nicfit at gmail.com>: 
> > For completeness, if step #2 involved UserB getting distracted and
> > surfing the web for the next N+1 seconds an <inactive/> MUST be sent.

This was just an example of a more sane implementation, not an algorithm
that I think the JEP should require clients to implement. Having said
that, I think requiring at least this is better then requiring less
(e.g., a simple focus change). Unnecessary inactive/active packets is
annoying to the receiver, not to mention unfriendly to the network.


On Wed, 2005-09-07 at 11:17 +1000, Trejkaz wrote:
> Meanwhile, using window coverage to determine whether attention is being 
paid
> feels like a much more sensible approach. If the text is visible, you're
> paying attention. If it isn't, you're not. Approximate to mean "the 
window"
> instead of "the text" to make implementation easier. :-)

Now this is what I'm talking about! 

-travis
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