[JDEV] Bug List for Jabber (was: jabber:iq:last Bug in version 1.4.2. for Windows?)
Geir Ove Skjarvik
geiroves at online.no
Fri May 16 10:59:49 CDT 2003
<<All I know is that if anyone is keeping a buglist, its not in any obvious
location. Feel free to prove me wrong.>>
Easy: Java's Bugparade. I have also dealt with several other
(non-open-source) companies that provided bug-databases
A "hidden" bug-list for a Open Source project seems to me it is defying the
whole concept of Open Source !
At the very least it is very unconvenient.
From: jdev-admin at jabber.org [mailto:jdev-admin at jabber.org]On Behalf Of
Sent: 16. mai 2003 06:07
To: jdev at jabber.org
Subject: Re: [JDEV] jabber:iq:last Bug in version 1.4.2. for Windows?
> <<I don't know that there was ever a formal list for it.>>
> How can they do development without a buglist?? (Keep bugs forever ??)
All I know is that if anyone is keeping a buglist, its not in any
obvious location. Feel free to prove me wrong.
> <<jabberd2 will implement the IETF specs (and some other
> stuff).Specifically, for jabber:iq:last, it will implement XMPP IM section
> Yes, I read a little about it here:
> http://www.jabber.org/ietf/draft-ietf-xmpp-im-11.html, but where do I find
> XMPP IM section 4.4 that you mentioned?
> I find it hard to track the docs of jabber. Many outdated documents and
> fragments of docs spread all over. Am I missing something vital on how to
> track this?
If its not in the IETF drafts, then check:
If its not here, then consider asking on standards-jig:
If you're talking about server documentation, then there's stuff on the
jabber.org website (Admin guide, Component admin guide, Admin FAQ, etc).
Otherwise, its a per-project thing, and you should find some contact
details for the particular project.
If not, asking here will often reveal something (as it is now).
Robert Norris GPG: 1024D/FC18E6C2
Email+Jabber: rob at cataclysm.cx Web: http://cataclysm.cx/
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