[standards-jig] Version 0.6 of JEP-0045 (Multi-User Chat)
stpeter at jabber.org
Mon Sep 23 23:09:23 UTC 2002
A conference service hosts rooms. This JEP addresses the ways in which
users (participants, owners, and admins) interact with rooms, not with the
conference service itself. So how users (e.g., service admins) interact
with the service itself is out of scope. How rooms relate to each other
(hierarchies) is out of scope. This is all about creating, destroying,
joining, leaving, administering, and talking in rooms. Anything else is
best left for another JEP.
Jabber Software Foundation
On Tue, 24 Sep 2002, Follower wrote:
> > On Sun, 22 Sep 2002, David Sutton wrote:
> >> This jep defines communication between two entities,
> >> not the conference service,
> I was a little surprised to read this comment as I thought JEP-0045 *is*
> specifically concerned with "the conference service".
> The scope section states "This JEP addresses common requirements related
> to configuration of, participation in, and administration of multi-user
> chat rooms. All of the requirements addressed herein exist at the level
> of the room..."
> As I'm new to the Jabber standards process odds are I'm confused, but
> how do these two statements support each other? (Particularly as Peter's
> follow up post stated "This post well states my thoughts on the subject"
> and as he's the JEP author I'm listening. :-) )
> This is not a comment either way on the heirarchy issue, but I'd like to
> know if the JEP really isn't about "the conference service". If this is
> the case then I'd like to know where to direct my thoughts specifically
> related to "the configuration of ... rooms".
> Am I confused about the purpose of JEP-0045? If so, could the scope
> section be re-worded to make the purpose clearer?
> I'm interested in your thoughts,
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