[standards-jig] Remote controlling Jabber clients
julian at jabber.org
Sun Jan 4 21:15:28 UTC 2004
On 4 Jan, 2004, at 16:05, Remko Troncon wrote:
>> you can always log on from home with the same resource and jabber
>> servers are supposed to terminate the previous connection.
> True. Still, though effective, it's a bit harsh i think, and can give
> mean behaviour if both clients have auto-reconnect on. Sometimes you
> just want to put yourself 'away' instead of killing your client
> It might be a luxury problem, and such a remote control brings a lot of
> security considerations with it, but i still think it's worth
I've considered similar things for my clients.. as long as you trust
the server you're connected to, you can trust messages coming from
another resource of your JID. As far as I know, at least ;)
I don't think there's a real reason this couldn't be done.
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