[JDEV] A piece of MIME?
scott at tranzoa.com
Wed Aug 11 00:33:11 CDT 1999
* Patrick McCuller translated into ASCII [Wed, Aug 11, 1999 at 01:09:44AM -0400][<01cb01bee3b7$b969edc0$1b76c897 at scylla>]
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: jdev-admin at jabber.org [mailto:jdev-admin at jabber.org]On Behalf Of
> > Scott Robinson
> > And as I've point out numerous times, putting in straight MIME won't work.
> > At least we've came to this point.
> Actually, you've never convinced me of this, or even put forward any
> coherent arguments. You said something unreadable about multipart mime and
> forwarded messages, but that was all.
If you've only received one post from me, this could obviously be the source
of your problems.
Anyway, it's obvious I haven't convinced you of this fact, though I might
argue no coherent arguments. The "unreadable" thing about multipart was ment
to be unreadable because it is an accurate description of how what you
propose would handle a particular situation.
> I considered pointing this out in your last email on the subject, but
> honestly, the whole thing was flamebait. There was only the one attempt at
> an actual refutation of my position, and that I was unable to understand
> after several attempts. The relevant portion is below for your reference. If
> you'd care to elaborate I'm keen to know what you meant to say.
Flamebait in response to...
> > > Kindly tell me exactly how multipart/ messages would be a problem.
> > >
> > To refute your previous "just place the MIME in the <MIME> tag", multipart
> > would be a bitch because of forwarding, verbatim, of a jabber message.
> > Unless you want to put a MIME decoder in and have it then put out another
> > expat instance that would then decode the message encoded within.
a) duplicated information
b) and what about the <say>?
c) multipart standard for forwarding of Jabber messages?
d) another engine, one that is not needed.
e) and clients not supporting MIME?
Handle these. I've spent plenty of time outlining my solutions, you've just
said "put MIME in." Please expand.
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