[standards-jig] Re: [Foundation] Last Minute JEP 78 Concerns

Dave Smith dizzyd at jabber.org
Wed May 28 18:06:54 UTC 2003


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Goteki,

I thought we went over this already, and most people seemed to agree 
that choice is good and there is nothing wrong with having this in the 
iq:auth namespace.

On Wednesday, May 28, 2003, at 11:51 America/Denver, Matt Tucker wrote:

> +1. Let's make sure the current auth protocol is clearly documented 
> (get rid of zeroK?) and move onto SASL, which is what we really want 
> people to implement. I agree that this could be a good SASL mode 
> though.

You may want people to implement SASL, but I _know_ that they will 
continue to use iq:auth. So what's the harm in having the choice?

Diz
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