[standards-jig] UPDATED: JEP-0100 (Gateway Interaction)
cbas at rhymbox.com
Thu Dec 11 10:45:15 UTC 2003
In the past, some gateways and clients used the undocumented
'jabber:iq:gateway' to "negotiate" address conversion for any particular
contact address on the legacy service. This use is NOT RECOMMENDED.
What if the methods described in Section 7 (Addressing) cause name
conflicts at the other network?
Allowing each transport to handle the address format conversion for its
own network seems like a good idea to me. So why is the practice NOT
Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
>I've added security considerations to JEP-0100 (Gateway Interaction)
>and also defined the handling of legacy contact lists. These changes
>can be found in version 0.3 of the JEP:
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