[standards-jig] JEP-0045 Suggestions

Ulrich Staudinger chicago5 at gmx.de
Tue Sep 17 04:43:30 CDT 2002


> 
> > 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.
> 
> Why should it be outside the protocol seeing as it is a part of
> conferencing
> and thus the conferencing protocol, it just needs to be stated in the
> documentation what does what, and then if developers use it wrongly and
> ban
> people from the server and not a room, then that is the developers fault
> and
> a bug in the software, it just needs to be clearly stated in the
> documentation as to avoid most people making mistakes. Also how can
> banning
> someone from the conferencing server be an act done outside of the server
> ???

Since conferencing is a module/service/agent, access and use to special
services should be restricted within the "basic" protocol. Hm?


> 
> > > the administrator to ban someone from an entire room (i do not agree
> with
> >
> >
> > err. entire server
> 
> Yes I know and as you said eariler yes you should have read the second
> email
> first :)
> 
> Richard
> 
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