[Jingle] <iq/> versus <message/> (Was: Tomorrow's meeting)

Emil Ivov emcho at jitsi.org
Tue Jul 23 22:23:34 UTC 2013

On 23.07.13, 22:13, Philipp Hancke wrote:
> Am 23.07.2013 18:27, schrieb Dave Cridland:
>> Just a reminder that we're having another Jingle chat tomorrow; I
>> appreciate that people are a bit busy so little has happened (though thanks
>> to Fippo for noting down his thoughts on SDP in Jingle).
>> Same place, same time - xmpp:jingle at muc.xmpp.org?join @ 1530Z (Or later, if
>> the Council meeting - also open, in council@ - overruns).
>> I'll sort out an agenda with the rest of the leadership, but it's likely to
>> be more of a discussion topic rather than a set of items.
> Right. We can discuss those sdp-over-jingle variants. I'd also love to
> see some proposals of why one would use <message/> instead of <iq/>.
> Likely reasons: carbons and via

Could you please expand a bit more on these?

> <thread/> also an integration into chat
> sessions so we don't have what Dele rightly called "another out-of
> context session". But that is probably too short notice for tomorrow.

I've never really seen the point of linking a message thread to a call 
but maybe that's because I am missing some specific use cases.

That said, why is it that we can't add a thread ID somewhere within a 
Jingle IQ?

> I suspect the meeting after IETF will be alot more interesting :-)


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