[jdev] manifesto 0.4

Alexander Holler holler at ahsoftware.de
Thu Nov 7 14:54:40 UTC 2013

Am 07.11.2013 14:44, schrieb Andreas Kuckartz:
> 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.

So you want to enforce military grade encryption for all users of XMPP?

It's like the wish to make all the telephone systems to use high encryption.

Good luck with that. In my humble opinion thats just a way to get rid of 
users and therefor a nice but silly dream.


Alexander Holler

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