[standards-jig] JEP-0045 Suggestions
chicago5 at gmx.de
Tue Sep 17 09:16:44 UTC 2002
i haven't read your next email, may be i should read it afore typing this.
> Of course the protocol will carry the information on wether it will be
> banning a user from a room or the whole server, else how is the server
> to act on the command? telepathy? :) hehe
Sure, telepathy might be a way, but the safer one would be to move "banning
from the conference server" outside the protocol, as it can be understood as
an act that is done from outside the conference server.
> But yes the idea of having duration of the ban is a good idea, so it can
> for a set duration or forever.
Yes, the idea is definitely good.
> the administrator to ban someone from an entire room (i do not agree with
err. entire server
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> From: "Nathaniel Borenstein" <nsb at guppylake.com>
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> Subject: Re: [standards-jig] JEP-0045 Suggestions
> > > Fine, if that is how you want it, but thats got nothing to do with the
> > > protocol for doing the actual banning of people, that is up to the
> > > client/admin tool developers and is outside the scope of the protocol
> > > discussing now to do that.
> > Don't the client/admin tool developers need to know whether the banning
> > is *intended* to be single-room or all-rooms? If so, the protocol needs
> > to carry that information. Are there any other parameters a client
> > might want to know? How about the duration of the ban, does it really
> > always need to be permanent?
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