[JDEV] Privacy in conferencing -- does it work?

David Waite dwaite at jabber.com
Thu Jul 12 22:41:50 CDT 2001

In the more recent draft of the protocol, the functionality provided by 
'privacy' is always on; iq requests are defined as IQ requests against 
the representation of the user within the room, not the account/client 

-David Waite

Ben Zel wrote:

> Hello,
> When implementing conferencing I've noticed that <privacy/> does not 
> seem to work.  I send it in the IQ after the initial presence is sent 
> to the conference:
> <presence to="test at private.mydomain.com"/>
> <iq type="set" id="JCOM_3" to="test at private.mydomain.com">
>  <query xmlns="jabber:iq:conference">
>    <nick>me</nick>
>    <name>Test Chat</name>
>    <privacy/>
>  </query>
> </iq>
> However, when I issue a browse request (explicit request, not live 
> browsing) on the conference it will return the real JID of the 
> person.  What's wrong here, is privacy not implemented, or am I 
> misunderstanding something / doing something wrong?
> Thanks,
> Ben
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