[JDEV] presence control

Adrian Brown brown.adrian at btinternet.com
Tue Jan 7 16:53:39 CST 2003

I've made my client send <presence> packets as a way of "meeting" up, 
in order to avoid having to look at rosters.  So it's certainly 
possible to get around with presence, using a standard jabber server 
(public) and personal jabber server.

News to me that its blocked, been testing it all along jabber.org maybe 
if the server implements some rules then I guess it would be mediated.


On Tuesday, January 7, 2003, at 10:25  pm, Lyn Bartram wrote:

> I have some questions about directed presence and roster control. The 
> documentation states that a node can choose to manage its presence 
> directly and can send (and presumably receive) presence messages 
> independent of roster membership. Some implementers have, however, 
> warned us that this is not the case: that presence dissemination is 
> both mediated and blocked by the server according to roster.
> Can someone enlighten me? Thanks -
> lyn
> Lyn Bartram
> Research Scientist
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