[jdev] manifesto 0.4
stpeter at stpeter.im
Wed Oct 30 16:31:00 UTC 2013
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On 10/30/13 9:19 AM, Dave Cridland wrote:
> Ralph Meijer wrote:
> I do want to note, though, that XMPP's STARTTLS is only defined to
> work with TLS, not SSL. Said interoperability issues are basically
> the result of non-compliancy in implementations, and if we are to
> drop interop with the current Google Talk network (which doesn't
> even do non-dialup), I don't see why this should be different.
> Right - I'm hoping this particular case won't impact our goals,
> but other things might.
Yes, they might.
I will note that RFC 3920 was published over 9 years ago and the TLS
1.0 specification was published around the time that the original
jabberd server was released (January 1999). If we can't move beyond
SSLv3 at this point, we have bigger problems.
> Largely, this is the point of the test days - to find out if there
> are going to be any problems.
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