[Standards-JIG] bot-challenge proto-JEP

Matthew A. Miller linuxwolf at outer-planes.net
Fri Sep 2 14:00:11 CDT 2005


+1000

This is where Bot Challenge should have started....

Gary Burd wrote:

>On 9/2/05, Ian Paterson <ian.paterson at clientside.co.uk> wrote:
>  
>
>>Peter wrote:
>>    
>>
>>>1. Romeo sends [a stanza] to Juliet.
>>>
>>>2. Juliet's server sends a [challenge] message to Romeo's client,
>>>including a plaintext body, a URL (JEP-0066), and a data form.
>>>
>>>3. Romeo replies to the plaintext challenge, visits the URL,
>>>or returns the form.
>>>
>>>4. If he passes one of the tests, he gets another message
>>>from Juliet's server telling him that he's cleared to
>>>communicate with Juliet.
>>>      
>>>
>>All this is good - and it fits Bot Challenges exactly :)
>>    
>>
>
>Why not just do this?  Unlike Bot Challenges, this will work with
>existing clients.
>  
>
-- 
-  LW

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