[jdev] Any place for basic definitions?
thoff at shoretel.com
Fri Feb 8 12:41:12 CST 2008
Ah, thanks. That makes sense. Does that interact with the roster so you can
switch complete profiles based on context?
I'd love to stick to the basics, but blocking is a base part of an IM system
and I have to implement it. Microsoft's server has an idea a watcher where
you keep a list separate from your blocker list for controlling permissions.
I think the privacy list can handle that.
> tjabber schrieb:
>> For example, in reading the privacy list spec, it was never clear to me
>> I would need multiple lists and why would I make one active over another?
>> And what is invisibility? I've searched a lot on these, but I haven't
>> an answer.
> you don't need to. You can have multiple list.
> Eg one use case is if you use the same jabberId for personal
> communication and at work. At the office you don't want to be bothered
> by friends, so you have one list for that. At home you don't want to be
> bothered with office stuff, so you have another list for that.
> If you are a newbie to jabber I would recommend to start with the basic
> features, not advanced features like privacy lists, pubsub or jingle ;-)
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