bauer at michaelbauer.com bauer at michaelbauer.com
Tue Sep 17 15:05:18 CDT 2002

Well, that was what I was doing, using iq:browse to get metainformation.  
The problem is that we don't really seem to have a very complete approach 
to defining metainformation for Jabber servers.  Perhaps that's not the 
case, though.  The question is, what is appropriate metainformation?  

For example, there is a notion of "private" vs "public" jabber servers.  
Does this notion apply to everything provided by the server?  Could I have 
a public jabber server but perhaps some of the services, like gateways, 
are private.  Are user directories searchable (public) or not (private)?  

On Tue, 17 Sep 2002, DJ Adams wrote:

> On Thu, Sep 12, 2002 at 02:27:14AM -0400, bauer at michaelbauer.com wrote:
> > 
> > So, I'd love some feedback.  Although I'm sure this message will get lost, 
> It seems an ideal opportunity to make the info available via Jabber 
> (packets) too (iq:browse, perhaps?)
> dj
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