[JDEV] GAIM, EveryBuddy, etc...
derek1 at iclinux.com
Mon Jul 16 01:26:47 CDT 2001
Well it might be a little simplier for the client to send a simple small
packet indecating not to log into any of the transports. Then the
developer would have to do less on the client side, and it would be
easier to make on the server side as well.
On 16 Jul 2001 02:15:21 -0400, Julian Missig wrote:
> It might make more sense for this to be supported client side... as in,
> the user can specify "don't log into these transports" and the client
> simply sends the appropriate packet (which is generally an unavailable
> presence) to those transports immediately after sending the general
> presence. Not really sure if transports would like getting available
> then unavailable presence, though...
> email: julian at jabber.org
> jabber:julian at jabber.org
> On 16 Jul 2001 00:24:32 -0500, Derek Petersen wrote:
> > Hi,
> > This is my first time posting. I was thinking about GAIM, and EverBuddy
> > and any other instant messenger that supports Jabber /and/ other
> > protocols. For example, if you configured Jabber to connect you through
> > all the transports and then log into Jabber using GAIM, it will try to
> > connect you to Jabber, and all the transports through Jabber, and GAIM
> > itself will try to connect you to the other services like AIM, and ICQ.
> > Same thing happens with EverBuddy, and every other instant messenger
> > like that.
> > I think there should be a way for the client to send some sort of string
> > to be able to tell the server to only log in to Jabber and not to any of
> > the transports. Then GAIM, for example, could log you in to Jabber and
> > manually connect to the other services, without conflict. This is usfull
> > for people who might be force to use the Jabber.com client for Windows
> > at work, but might like GAIM better for home use. GAIM also is able to
> > connect to AIM better while using the latest CVS.
> > Just a thought.
> > Peace.
> > Derek Petersen,
> > http://ICLinux.com/
> > *Evolution doesn't have a spell check that I could find anyways, so
> > please ignore all the spelling errors I probably made lol
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