[IOT] OpenADR comment period
tnichols at enernoc.com
Thu Jun 20 02:52:20 UTC 2013
One question, which is more of an implementation detail but we would like
some input, is how to prevent communication between end node clients. I
think during registration, VENs would have to be added to an ACL or group,
and then a filter would be used at the XMPP server to block packets whose
"to" and "from" belong to that group.
Any general guidelines or best practices for securing a public XMPP server
with possibly untrusted clients would be welcome.
On 6/20/13 10:43 AM, "Peter Saint-Andre" <stpeter at stpeter.im> wrote:
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>It has come to my attention that the OpenADR Alliance, which produces
>technical guidelines for demand-response systems, has released a draft
>version of their 2.0 specification for public comments. You can find
>the spec here:
>The primary text of interest is Section 9.3, which defines their use
>Comments can be sent to mailto:comments at openadr.org (as I understand
>it, preferably by the end of next week). I'll be sending my feedback
>before then, and encourage other folks here to do the same.
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