[JDEV] browsing channels in a tree
jabber at dsutton.legend.uk.com
Fri Sep 26 03:00:19 CDT 2003
Its easy to support, just interesting in how you'd set up such data. If its a feature that people are
wanting, then I can look into this.
On Fri, Sep 26, 2003 at 09:34:54AM +0200, Jacek Konieczny wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 25, 2003 at 05:02:56PM -0300, Nicolas Avila wrote:
> > Hi everybody:
> > So....
> > I'm developing a client wich should use no User's roster.
> > It should get from the server only the channels wich the user is allowed to
> > join
> > if i want to group one organization's areas i would have a tree like
> > home
> > sales
> > marketing
> > salepoints
> > development
> > technics
> > products
> > lab
> > informatic
> > electronic
> > mechanic
> > administration
> > financial
> > human resources
> > so i would need each terminal node to be a groupchat
> > idk if this kind of structure is supported by today's jabber protocoll
> > i suposse if it's not and if i't not planed to there would be a way to add
> > this....
> Such structure is supported by today's jabber protocol (this can be
> done using disco or browse), but it isn't supported by any
> existing groupchat/conference implementation (existing clients should
> have no problem with this). But modification to eg. mu-conference
> component would be versy easy.
> Other solution would be to use roster with hierarchy extension (defined
> by some JEP) to store channel list - this could be implemented on the
> client side only.
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