[jdev] Fwd: Sending nickname in subscription presence to gtalk users doesn't work

Vineet Naik naikvin at gmail.com
Wed Apr 24 08:54:57 UTC 2013


(Sending again, forgot to include the mailing list in recipients earlier)

Thanks for your reply.

On Wed, Apr 24, 2013 at 4:07 AM, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im>wrote:

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> On 4/23/13 1:09 AM, Vineet Naik wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > I am working on an xmpp component (with ejabberd server) that needs
> > to send subscription requests to gtalk users.
>
> You're not building a spambot, are you?
>
> http://mail.jabber.org/pipermail/operators/2013-February/001571.html


I am aware of this. Gtalk subscriptions were not working for a while but now
they work fine.


>
>
> > In the presence stanza I include a nickname as per the xep-0172
> > User nickname protocol [1]. But the nickname doesn't appear when
> > the gtalk user receives the invitations (in the gmail web client)
> > and also when they are accepted. Instead it shows the node part of
> > the jid.
> >
> > I understand that this is an extension so google may choose not to
> > respect the nickname. But I have myself subscribed to a few bots
> > for which the nickname is displayed correctly.
> >
> > Does any one know how to tell google to use the nickname instead of
> > the node in the invitations as well as in roster?
>
> IMHO it's quite possible that the Google Talk service is stripping the
> nickname out of the subscription request. It would be helpful to see
> XML logs of input and output from your component, ejabberd, and a test
> account at Google Talk.
>

Here are the xml stanzas from the ejabberd log. I sent subscription
request to my own gtalk id from our component.
(Note that I have replaced the component host with im.domain.com in
the original stanzas)

Sent by ejabberd:

<presence xmlns="jabber:client"
          type="subscribe"
          to="naikvin at gmail.com"
          from="user1 at im.domain.com"
          id="Component-2789936364">
  <nick xmlns="http://jabber.org/protocol/nick">Nick of User1</nick>
</presence>

Received by ejabberd:

<presence type="subscribed" from="naikvin at gmail.com" to="user1 at im.domain.com
"/>
<presence from="naikvin at gmail.com/gmail.27EC5968" to="user1 at im.domain.com">
  <status/>
  <priority>24</priority>
  <caps:c node="http://mail.google.com/xmpp/client/caps"
          ver="1.1" ext="pmuc-v1 sms-v1 vavinvite-v1"
          xmlns:caps="http://jabber.org/protocol/caps"/>
  <x xmlns="vcard-temp:x:update">
    <photo>90bff4bd98d940c31ef8243f834eed9238b00ed2</photo>
  </x>
</presence>
<presence type="subscribe" from="naikvin at gmail.com" to="user1 at im.domain.com
"/>

Regards,
Vineet


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> Peter
>
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Vineet Naik
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