[standards-jig] JEP-0047 (IBB) Updated
mass at akuma.org
Mon Apr 7 22:45:23 UTC 2003
This means that I cannot receive packets 11 and 12 out-of-order, but
does not make guarantees about me missing #11 altogether. The authors of
IBB can either get around this by requiring retries if an ack isn't
received after a certain period of time (not advisable, since this will
have to take the karma of IBB into account, and would thus make client
authoring depend on knowledge of the socket), or requiring a terminating
ack to indicate that the recipient has received the file (which could
wind up being a lot like ZMODEM, with the addition of intermediate
responses because of the IQ requirements.)
Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
>On Mon, Apr 07, 2003 at 12:11:56PM -0500, Thomas Muldowney wrote:
>>Next up is the seq and prevseq mess. A mess you say? Yes, a mess.
>Why do we need sequence numbers and timestamps and all that? XMPP Core
>(version 08 ) saith:
> Compliant server implementations MUST ensure in-order delivery of XML
> stanzas between any two entities.
>If you disagree with that statement, better join xmppwg at jabber.org real
> The wording in version 07 is a bit different, but still contains the
>MUST level. Version 08 should be released in the next 24 hours.
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