[jdev] manifesto 0.4

Andreas Kuckartz a.kuckartz at ping.de
Thu Nov 7 13:44:09 UTC 2013

Alexander Holler:
> I didn't speak about production environments. The manifesto affects all
> users and a lot of them don't (have to) care about production environments.
> E.g. my server only has to serve my needs and nobody else ones. So I can
> make a lot of compromises up to the fact, that I don't care if the NSA
> or GHCQ would be dumb enough to snoop on my communications which happens
> over my XMPP server (which isn't that much).
> But I care if my server wouldn't be able to communicate with other
> servers because they require e.g. TLSv1.2.

If a non-production server is communicating with a production server the
combination is a production system. In such cases the production server
must enforce the requirements in the interest of the users of the
production server.


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