[JDEV] Message timestamps
bah at orientation.com
Mon Oct 4 12:45:50 CDT 1999
Eric Bowersox wrote:
> I'm wondering if the Jabber <message> tag shouldn't contain some sort of
> (optional) timestamp, which would be useful for figuring out when you
> received an offline message. I just received two offline messages on my
> Jabber server and I have no idea when they were sent.
> The format should probably be:
> where the <timestamp> tag contains the time the message was sent, in ISO
> 8601 format (yyyymmddThh:mm:ss).
Is this GMT?
> I also note that the ICQ message protocol includes a timestamp for delivery
> of "offline" messages when you first log in, which could be translated
> directly across to this format. Just some food for thought.
> Eric J. Bowersox - <ebowersox @corp.webb.net <mailto:erbo at durand.com> >
> Software Engineer - Webb Interactive Services Inc. < http://www.webb.net
> <http://www.webb.net/> >
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