[IOT] [Standards] Standard for Throttling/Queueing Stanzas
joachim.lindborg at sust.se
Sun Oct 27 23:59:58 UTC 2013
This is also needed in the IoT world when small devices are connected.
where we have low level of computational power or are battery operated.
Also co posting to the IOT list
2013/10/27 Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im>
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> On 10/27/2013 10:16 AM, Spencer MacDonald wrote:
> > I have observed from the XMPPFramework mailing list and Github
> > issues, that one of the biggest problems that iOS Developers have
> > with including XMPP (alongside VoIP) in their iOS apps, is that
> > their apps get terminated for receiving to much data while in the
> > background.
> > There are proprietary solutions that allow an XMPP client to inform
> > the XMPP Server that the app is going to be put in the background.
> > The XMPP Server then queues the stanzas until the client in with
> > the XMPP Server, which on iOS is less than or equal to 10 minutes.
> > Some solutions also filter out presence packets so only the most
> > recent one is queued for each jid.
> > I appreciate that the problem is iOS specific, but the solution can
> > be generic.
> > Is this something that should be incorporated into an XEP? or is
> > there already a solution for this issue?
> This is one reason we defined SIFT:
> However, that might be more than we need. Perhaps something simpler
> would be of interest?
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