[jdev] Re: ejabberd 1.1.0 released

Sander Devrieze s.devrieze at pandora.be
Tue Apr 25 06:42:04 CDT 2006

Op dinsdag 25 april 2006 13:12, schreef Remko Troncon:
> > I believe it is worth to note that this XHTML compliancy is extremely
> > unique to ejabberd; I can't find *any* other instant messaging server
> > with a web interface that complies to an open standard of the W3C like
> > XHTML 1.0. This includes non-XMPP servers too.
> Not that I don't appreciate it, but is that a big deal ?

Is it a big deal when the W3C defines nice standards and when people then not 
implement them as defined? Maybe it is not a big feature from an end-users 
point of view, that's true, but tolerating uncompliancy and closed protocols, 
is a misfeature, especially for software that is based on open standards as 
core technology. That's how I see it.

People are also welcome to report compliancy issues with any protocol (so 
bugs), and patches are even better ;-)

> Is there something special about making (dynamic) webpages XHTML-compliant
> ?

How do you mean?

Mvg, Sander Devrieze.
xmpp:sander at devrieze.dyndns.org

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