[standards-jig] calendaring?

Dave dave at dave.tj
Thu Mar 14 05:05:56 UTC 2002


...but in order to change the routing spec, we have to _require_ the
server to browse the client first ... which is what I was referring to
in the first place ;-)

 - Dave


Julian Missig wrote:
> 
> On Wed, 2002-03-13 at 19:16, Dave wrote:
> > Reply inline:
> > 
> >  - Dave
> > 
> > Julian Missig wrote:
> > > 
> > > On Wed, 2002-03-13 at 18:40, Dave wrote:
> > > > Reply inline:
> > > > 
> > > > Julian Missig wrote: > > The current routing method. I was just proposing
> > > > using browse for very > basic routing. If resource x is the only resource
> > > > which support > jabber:iq:negiotiate:video, then it shouldn't be sent
> > > > to resource y.  ...but the current routing method is rather severely
> > > > limited in its ability to accomodate multiple simultaneous resources :-(
> > > > 
> > > > > > Also, in your previous message what you you mean by "Furthermore, >
> > > > "enhancing" the browse method to support clients would probably create
> > > > a > large argument later"? My proposal would require no changes to the
> > > > > browse protocol, it's just an augmentation of the current routing >
> > > > method.  I said "enhancing" because I knew that saying enhancing (with
> > > > no quotes) would trigger an argument.  The end result is that you're
> > > > expanding the browsing protocol to include servers browsing clients,
> > > > and making routing decisions based on the results.  Let's not bicker
> > > > about wording ;-)
> > > 
> > > Howso? There's nothing preventing a server or server component from
> > > browsing a client right now. The browse JEP makes no restrictions
> > > against it.
> > ...but the routing spec says that the server shouldn't use the result of
> > a client browse to affect routing, so what use is browsing the client???
> 
> So we change the routing spec :)
> 
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