[JDEV] Jabber Web-Pager App(lette)?

Al Sutton al at alsutton.com
Sun Aug 19 07:36:15 CDT 2001


Have you thought about how this should work?, I could probably put 
something together next week which has similar behavior and calls a servlet 
behind the scenes, would this be enough?


At 19:22 19/08/2001 +1000, you wrote:
>Sorry, the URL I had in mind was http://www.icq.com/panels/messagepanel/
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Michael Brown" <michael at aurora.gen.nz>
>To: <jdev at jabber.org>
>Sent: Sunday, August 19, 2001 6:06 PM
>Subject: [JDEV] Jabber Web-Pager App(lette)?
> > I know there have been a few people working on Java Jabber clients etc,
> > I would interested to know if anyone has developed (or are working on) a
> > web-pager app similar to the ICQ one.
> >
> > For those that are not familiar with the concept, it is a small form you
> > put on your homepage/website/wherever so that visitors to your site can
> > you a message.  You can see the ICQ one at their site
> > http://www.icq.com/panels/webpanel (you can generate the code for your
> > here).  There is also similar feature that displays a graphic on your page
> > that shows if you are online or not.
> >
> > Ideally it would be nice if you could set your account (server or client
> > side, but server would be nicer) to accept web messages only from a select
> > number of IP addresses (ie your homepage) to prevent the ICQ Web Message
> > Spam problem.  (Although not having sequential numbers will help here
> >
> > The other security issue is if you have you online status on your web
> > anyone who you are invisible to will be able to check to see if you are
> > really there.
> >
> > Michael.
> >
> >
> >
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Al Sutton
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