[Members] Why I did not reapply ...
gaston at jivesoftware.com
Fri Jan 20 08:54:23 CST 2006
Ok, here comes a fancy solution. :)
It would be nice to have an IM account where a bot attends user requests
to become members. The bot presents a form to the user (if the client
doesn't support data forms rendering then a one-by-one question is going
to be presented) so that users can create new subscription requests,
update their requests or even delete their requests. This way we may
have an automated solution that btw shows how much cool XMPP could be.
We just need someone to implement this fancy idea (if people loved it).
As for the last members call I think that if people tried to become
members and there was a technical problem that prevented people from
applying then we may consider identifying those people and maybe give
them a second chance. Anyway, I think that we should first check if this
type of solution is fine with the JSF rules.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: members-bounces at jabber.org [mailto:members-bounces at jabber.org]
> Behalf Of Kevin Smith
> Sent: Friday, January 20, 2006 11:22 AM
> To: JSF members discussion list
> Subject: Re: [Members] Why I did not reapply ...
> On 20 Jan 2006, at 14:03, Ralph Meijer wrote:
> > While this maybe partially true, the application requested to 'ping'
> > Ulrich on Jabber, requiring both parties to be in real time
> > conversation.
> Well, I propose we address this by getting together and inventing a
> messaging system which allows a user to message another and wait
> sometime for a reply. Really the system should also allow offline
> message storage/delivery. :)
> > I suggest just sending the complete application in one step. I
> > reapplications could be sent to this list, which ensures they are
> > known to
> > be sent in time.
> This is a sensible option for those who choose not to use the wiki
> but I don't see a requirement to reopen apps...Matthias didn't
> complete the very first step because he forgot, he can reapply at
> Easter when I suspect I'll forget to reapply myself. It's
> unfortunate, but ultimately human error.
> Kevin Smith
> Psi Jabber client maintainer (http://psi-im.org/)
> Postgraduate Research Student, Computer Science, University Of Exeter
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