[Standards] Anonymous SASL and Presence
eloi.bail at gmail.com
Tue Jun 30 15:35:46 UTC 2009
Thanks for your reply...
As I understood, if I want to push my presence, I have to send a stanza for
each JID because XMPP servers can not route my presence (because roster
empty)... which is not very great :(
So I guess, I have to use encryption SASL, to have a not random JID and so
push only one time my presence.
2009/6/30 Jiří Zárevúcky <zarevucky.jiri at gmail.com>
> 2009/6/30 Dave Cridland <dave at cridland.net>:
> > On Tue Jun 30 16:20:25 2009, Jiří Zárevúcky wrote:
> >> 2009/6/30 Dave Cridland <dave at cridland.net>:
> >> > On Tue Jun 30 15:33:35 2009, Matthew Wild wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >> It does. Anonymous users get given a unique (~random) JID, with an
> >> >> empty roster. So you /can/ send presence, you just either have to
> >> >> it to a known address, or add people to your temporary roster first.
> >> >
> >> > FWIW, although I agree that's what *should* happen, nothing in the
> >> > specifications available says that's what does.
> >> >
> >> Actually, XMPP-IM does. At least for broadcasts as long as roster is
> >> enabled. Of course the roster may be disabled. Routing of directed
> >> presences is not strictly required, too.
> > No, I meant the "unique (~random) JID", and the "empty" or "temporary
> > roster". None of those things are specified.
> There is nothing that would classify "random JID" as something
> special. The same applies to "empty" and "temporary" roster. And you
> can't say rules of XMPP-IM don't apply to them.
> > What happens if you have a roster is, of course, specified.
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