[jdev] JDev Digest, Vol 86, Issue 4

Fidel Hernández Salazar fhernandez at uci.cu
Wed Mar 16 11:07:17 CST 2011


Hola amigos buenos dias. Resulta que estoy implementando mi cliente de
jabber pero necesito mostrar los avatares de las personas cuando me paro
sobre ellas o cuando abro una ventana de conversación con dicho usuario.
Actualmente lo que hago es.

Mando a pedir su vCard, de ahí extraigo la foto y la muestro, pero se que
esa no es la forma correcta. Alguien me explica cual es la extensión que se
debe implementar para el avatar ?

XEP-0084: User Avatar
O esta
XEP-0153: vCard-Based Avatars

Cuál de las dos debería implementar para seguir el estándar ?


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Asunto: JDev Digest, Vol 86, Issue 4

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Today's Topics:

   1. Fwd: [MOONSHOT-COMMUNITY] Jabber and Moonshot (Peter Saint-Andre)
   2. Fwd: Re: [MOONSHOT-COMMUNITY] Jabber and Moonshot
      (Peter Saint-Andre)


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Message: 1
Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2011 07:32:18 -0600
From: Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im>
Subject: [jdev] Fwd: [MOONSHOT-COMMUNITY] Jabber and Moonshot
To: Jabber/XMPP software development list <jdev at jabber.org>
Message-ID: <4D7F6A62.6010806 at stpeter.im>
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Hey folks, this is pretty cool stuff. I'd be curious to hear if this
works with other clients and servers. More here:

http://www.project-moonshot.org/

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Subject: [MOONSHOT-COMMUNITY] Jabber and Moonshot
Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2011 16:02:27 +1100
From: Luke Howard <lukeh at PADL.COM>
Reply-To: Moonshot community list <MOONSHOT-COMMUNITY at JISCMAIL.AC.UK>,
Luke Howard <lukeh at PADL.COM>
To: MOONSHOT-COMMUNITY at JISCMAIL.AC.UK

I managed to get GSS-EAP working with Jabber, using Adium and jabberd2.
Although I did compile from source to aid debugging, in theory all that
should be necessary is to set SASL_PATH to the directory containing
libgs2.so.

(Of course, it assumes a well-behaved application that supports
arbitrary SASL mechanisms, multiple round trips, etc. Adium is one of
these; it appears iChat, unfortunately, is not.)

Now we just need to get Moonshot deployed :-)

-- Luke

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Message: 2
Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2011 20:28:43 -0600
From: Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im>
Subject: [jdev] Fwd: Re: [MOONSHOT-COMMUNITY] Jabber and Moonshot
To: Jabber/XMPP software development list <jdev at jabber.org>
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Some further insights...

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Subject: Re: [MOONSHOT-COMMUNITY] Jabber and Moonshot
Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2011 19:42:15 +0000
From: Simon Wilkinson <sxw at INF.ED.AC.UK>
Reply-To: Moonshot community list <MOONSHOT-COMMUNITY at JISCMAIL.AC.UK>,
            Simon Wilkinson <sxw at INF.ED.AC.UK>
To: MOONSHOT-COMMUNITY at JISCMAIL.AC.UK

On 15 Mar 2011, at 05:02, Luke Howard wrote:

> I managed to get GSS-EAP working with Jabber, using Adium and jabberd2.

Interestingly enough, these are the two applications that I targetted
when I implemented the GSSAPI mechanism for Jabber, so it's good to know
that the multi-round trip changes I made then extend to mechanisms with
even more round trips. The sad state of the Jabber world at that point
was that most vendors (both client and server) purely implemented
DIGEST-MD5, with no attempt at a flexible SASL loop.

At that point, I also produced support for doing multi-trip
authentication in Psi, but I have no idea whether it was every merged.
Many of the Jabber servers do now do GSSAPI, but the only ones I've got
real knowledge of are implemented in Java, so I suspect things won't
just plug and play with them.

Cheers,

Simon.

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