[JDEV] IRC CTCP vs. Jabber CTCP, was EVERYTHING (re: mime/file-xfer/ctcp/etc)
cfc at paganpaths.org
Tue Aug 10 16:59:51 CDT 1999
On 10 Aug 99,, Thomas D. Charron sounded off on Re: [JDEV] EVERYTHING (re: mime/fil:
> I think this is the case of the idea that really isn't needed..
> Look at IRC CTCP.. HOW often do you see it used?
About 500 times a day to check lag (a "ping" feature would be
nice, tho it should go thru the server). I use the CTCP Version to
see what client other ppl are using fairly often as well, partly out
of curiousity but mostly because I usually end up having to tell ppl
how to do various things on IRC and I can't really do that unless I
know their client. Other than those two, not very often. These would
be nice features, but don't require true client-client -- there's no
reason for them not to go through the server. Then again, "CTCP"s on
IRC go through the server too...
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