[standards-jig] Invisibility Support in Jabber
jeremie at jabber.org
Fri Aug 9 05:09:28 UTC 2002
The JEP in question is still in the experimental stage. I agree that
this appears to be a good idea/addition, and I haven't heard anyone say
otherwise, so I'd be happy to update JEP-18 and add it in.
The only potential conflict is that the prototype'd invisibility support
in jabberd-1.4.2 uses <presence/> as a flag that your becoming visible
(instead of the newly proposed <presence type="visible"/>), so that
behavior would change and might break clients supporting it currently,
which seems acceptable since it's still experimental.
> I would say for this type of change you would submit the JEP as a new
> revision and it would go through the process. I've actually been
> working on some notes for JEP-1 that state we approve a JEP revision,
> not the JEP itself. That way we can't just make edits and have them
> On Thu, 2002-08-08 at 22:20, Julian Missig wrote:
> > Ben Schumacher wrote:
> > *SNIP*
> > > I hope that explains the reason why. I don't think using 'available' is
> > > appropriate, because it technically isn't part of the protocol (see the
> > > IETF docs, at http://jabber.org/ietf/), and you're actually changing your
> > > availablity in this situation anyhow, you are changing your visibility.
> > ARGH. Despite what /some/ of the Internet Drafts say, type="available"
> > /is/ a part of the protocol. Any docs which leave it out are in error.
> > That said, I agree that we need a type="visible" -- it definitely helps
> > to further differentiate the difference between visible/invisible and
> > available/unavailable.
> > Perhaps look into updating the Presence JEP. What's the process to get a
> > JEP updated/changed? (I think that would make more sense than making a
> > whole new JEP)
> > Julian
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