[Juser] Federation

Williams, Kevin C kevin.c.williams3 at boeing.com
Wed Aug 31 12:44:48 CDT 2005


"automated bots registration" could you explain?  I'm still trying to grasp the federation concept.
 
-Kevin

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From: Etienne LAVANANT [mailto:Etienne.Lavanant at int-evry.fr]
Sent: Wed 8/31/2005 7:48 AM
To: Jabber end-user discussion list
Subject: Re: [Juser] Federation



Selon Erik Kristensen <erikkri at gmail.com>:

> Did anyone running an open jabber server try to email federation at google.com
> to ask for interoperability?
>
> And if so, have they gotten any answer?

Looks like you have an official answer from Google now. A guy of the GT team
posted on the jdev list to say they will support open federation and the
developer page of GT was updated to confirm that.
Here is a nice blog with most links of interest :
http://celso.arrifana.org/?p=40

However, it will most likely take months before open federation is effective. So
just be patient and if you are a server admin, you should use this time to think
of ways to prevent automated bots registration.

--
Etienne

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