Scott Robinson scott at tranzoa.com
Tue Aug 10 02:11:15 CDT 1999

I have a CTCP negotiation constructed in a modified version of the Jabber
protocol I've been working on. (I wish I knew how to construct DTDs, because
then I wouldn't have to create these elaborate example documents. :()

Basically, I've linked CTCP in with a presense announcement system. When you
want CTCP you get the contact info from the presense announcement and
connect using an arbitrary protocol agreed upon beforehand.

I'll be posting the handshaking spec (in whatever processed form) after Jer
posts up his FTP recommendations and other documents to the lists.


* Vivre Draco translated into ASCII [Tue, Aug 10, 1999 at 01:08:39AM -0500][<VPOP31.3.0b.19990810010840. at oakwind>]
> On 9 Aug 99,, arh14 at cornell.edu sounded off on Re: [JDEV] MIME/XML:
> > Yes, the second you let clients talk to clients you open up a
> > whole can of worms.  Hence my original question about security. 
> > If security is an issue that cannot be satisfactorily solved, than
> > client-to-client connections should be discouraged, or simply
> > prohibited (simply don't give out the IP). 
>    I would strongly suggest a client-client connection request event 
> is made part of the Jabber protocol, which would of course have to 
> include an IP and port to connect to, but that the server never give 
> out the IP. If ppl don't want to use client-client, they don't have 
> to -- But there's no reason they shouldn't be able to, in fact I can 
> guarantee some ppl will want to, so we might as well agree on a 
> standard way to negotiate a client-client connection at the very 
> least...
> --
> An actual newspaper headline: 
> "Include your Children when Baking Cookies" 
> Copyright 1999 Vivre Draco (cfc at paganpaths.org)
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