[jdev] Re: discovering extensions without disco
stpeter at jabber.org
Wed Apr 5 17:04:35 CDT 2006
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> On Thursday 06 April 2006 02:11, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
>> Remko Troncon wrote:
>>> we should make simple iq-based protocol for blocking and going
>>> invisible, as a server-side profile of privacy lists.
>> Yes, that's probably a good idea. Could be done with JEP-0050 I guess.
> Would it be possible to do this by adding convention on top of JEP-0126
> instead of defining a new command-based protocol? If we assume that a server
> will auto-create the groups called "invisible" and "visible", then most of
> the complexity for privacy lists go away.
Ah, that probably makes more sense, eh?
> There is no recommended group name
> for "visible-to-from" in the implementation notes, but surely this could be
> added too.
What is the point of hardcoding visible-to-from rule? AFAICS, that is no
different from the visible rule (since you send presence only to people
who have subscribed to you). But perhaps I'm missing something. :-)
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