jdraughn at kiorisoft.com
Mon Oct 8 21:35:21 CDT 2001
I've not taken the time to test individual transports and s2s by
cross-sending messages via different servers and checking for reception
of those same messages.
You'd also have to have multiple 'probes' running off different networks
to show that it wasn't "your" end not having visibility to the servers.
It would not be an easy task to accomplish and I wonder if such an
effort would be worth while to time invested. ie. there's been VERY
little demand for either.
-John 'zariok' Draughn
On Mon, 2001-10-08 at 20:14, Adam Theo wrote:
> Julian Missig wrote:
> > Would someone mind telling me what the heck is up/down with jabber.org?
> > When it is up, the s2s is HORRIBLE, and other times I just get
> > connection refused or just get repeatedly disconnected.
> yes, i agree. it is quite a roller coaster ride to be on, but then
> jabber.org is not expected to be a stable, reliable server. it states
> this everywhere. that's why i first set up my own server, and then
> eventually made it public. jabber.org will continue to be a
> development/unreliable server, so it's up to the public servers to take
> on those who want quality. i'm sure the old hardware it is running on
> also has to do with the incredible slowness, although probably not the
> s2s problems.
> > This is why we need status.jabber.org
> isn't this what zariok's JabberView.com is for? or do you mean something
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