[JDEV] conferencing with all services

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at jabber.org
Tue Aug 14 11:01:30 CDT 2001

To my mind, it seems that we would need more complete interoperability
first (at the protocol level), as opposed to the hacked-up
interoperability we have through the current transports.

On Tue, 14 Aug 2001, David Waite wrote:

> Technically something like this would be in the realm of the transports; 
> a yahoo chatroom would be handled by the yahoo transport. However, you 
> would not be able to have mixed users within a room, just like you 
> cannot have mixed users in a one-on-one chat - everyone in the room 
> would need a Yahoo account and need to be signed up for the (fictional) 
> yahoo-transport. This is because a yahoo chatroom has no concept of a 
> Jabber user, and Yahoo users have no way to access a non-Yahoo chatroom 
> via the Yahoo protocol.
> -David Waite
> Dillip Kumar Swain wrote:
> >Hi All
> >I am using Jabber server 1.4.1 & JabberIM as
> >client...I have Installed Yahoo, Msn & Icq Transport
> >successfully...next I want to make chat/conference
> >with different peoples from different services..for
> >that I have configured conference-0.4.1. But I am able
> >to make a conference with jabber people only not other
> >services like yahoo,icq & Msn.....I want to Invite
> >different services people in a room... Is it possible
> >How?
> >
> >Thanx in Advance!!
> >Dillip
> >
> >
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