[jdev] Seeking for XEP-0313-enabled software set, or alternative solution

Noah Schwartz noah.schwartz1 at gmail.com
Tue May 21 19:15:09 UTC 2013

Not sure I totally understand but, it sounds like you're concerned with
conversations not staying in sync for open sessions?

If this is a need, theres an easy solution.

MUCs should work without having to do anything.

For one-on-one chats sent to the user, just listen for the bareJid and
process the message in all clients

For messages you send to others, use XEP 280:
http://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0280.html. In the client youll need to
listen for messages that come from the users jid. Again, youll want to
listen for the bareJid.

On Tue, May 21, 2013 at 3:10 PM, Andrey Utkin <
andrey.krieger.utkin at gmail.com> wrote:

> I am not aware of such servers/clients to exist, and was unable to
> find it. However, i am not too much involved into jabber development,
> so i could miss something.
> The target to solve is explained below (i posted this on juser
> maillist http://mail.jabber.org/pipermail/juser/2013-May/006962.html).
> Having read a bit about priorities, i figured out that configuring it
> thoroughly is not a solution for me.
> I just want to have all my chat log available on any client i sit at.
> I.e. i may have both home & work PC (or some more, i don't want to
> care) online (or offline, i don't want to care), on any priority (i
> don't want to care for auto-away and priority switching feature
> support), i want to always have all chat history.
> I have googled a bit, and found that there's a XEP implementing
> server-side history saving, but none free services are known to
> provide that feature, also status of this feature on client apps is
> unknown.
> I mentioned skype in subject because it provides chat log
> synchronization between your app instances and your chatmates
> instances. The only flaw is inability to sync when no chatmates or
> your instances are online.
> It is affordable for me to have my own always-online server set up and
> tunneling all my jabber registrations on other open jabber services.
> If the solution is not quite here, i am able to make up some code for it.
> --
> Andrey Utkin
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