[jdev] Figuring out what a client thinks its JID is

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at stpeter.im
Tue Apr 6 23:31:16 CDT 2010

On 4/6/10 12:39 AM, Jacek Konieczny wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 05, 2010 at 09:02:15PM -0600, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
>>> Another option is to try to detect specific versions that are broken
>>> using XEP-0092: Software Version, and apply the workaround for just
>>> those.  This would get correct operations to the largest groups of
>>> users, and prevent breaking people whose clients were in fact operating
>>> correctly.
>> Do you have a list of broken clients? Let's figure out what they are and
>> start the process of reporting bugs and fixing code.
> Or could someone set up a test server to test clients against? Other
> features (various authentication methods, different data in
> certificates) could also be tested this way…
> Or, do we (the XMPP community) already have such services running
> somewhere?

We used to have some servers running at *.interop.xmpp.org but we
weren't successful with maintaining that service. In my experience
developers simply don't get excited about interoperability testing.


Peter Saint-Andre

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