[jdev] manifesto 0.4
stpeter at stpeter.im
Wed Oct 30 19:00:06 UTC 2013
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On 10/30/13 12:52 PM, Jesse Thompson wrote:
> On 10/30/2013 1:23 PM, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
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>> On 10/30/13 12:07 PM, Jesse Thompson wrote:
>>> On 10/30/2013 11:25 AM, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
>>>> IMHO we could use POSH in the shorter term and DANE in the
>>>> longer term.
>>> Does/will the IM Observatory/XMPPoke display POSH information?
>> Not yet.
> OK, probably just waiting for a volunteer. Maybe I'll take a look
> at the XMPPoke codebase in my free time.
> It would also be nice to show server dialback info, but that might
> be more difficult to query.
>> As a community, we need to figure out the path forward for things
>> like POSH and DANE. I think DANE/DNSSEC will be awesome
>> eventually, but I think POSH is deployable in the shorter term.
>> So IMHO we need both.
> Yes, I agree. That reminds me that I should nag our network
> engineers about DNSSEC again. :-) POSH seems relatively easy for
> operators to publish; assuming the servers build support querying
That's the idea. Although it's not just servers, because a client that
wants to connect to a multi-tenanted service (say, at i-pobox.net or
GMX or Flosoft or WebEx Messenger or even Google Apps in a dream
world) will need to check POSH for proof points, too.
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