[Standards-JIG] Re: JEP-45 MUC - possible unaccessible room?

Gaston Dombiak dombiak_gaston at hotmail.com
Fri Oct 1 14:14:49 UTC 2004


Peter,

FYI, to solve this possible deadlock problem I decided to have a list of
sysadmins for MUC where a sysadmin can join the room as an owner. (I still
have to implement this idea).

Thanks,

  -- Gato

"Peter Saint-Andre" <stpeter at jabber.org> wrote in message
news:stpeter-E2702B.21213128092004 at sea.gmane.org...
> In article
> <FOENKLDIMCIMONDFDEMKIEGPCFAA.ian.paterson at clientside.co.uk>,
>  "Ian Paterson" <ian.paterson at clientside.co.uk> wrote:
>
> > Gato wrote:
> > > imagine that we want to replace the
> > > unique owner in the room with a new one.
> > > But what if the new owner's JID is
> > > an non-existent JID (typing mistake)?
> >
> > My best guess is that scenarios like the one you describe are "Beyond
the
> > scope of this JEP".
> >
> > Here is another one: what happens if the only owner of a persistent room
> > closes their Jabber account.
> >
> > Perhaps your server implementation could enable the server administrator
to
> > sort out these problems?
>
> I'd agree with Ian that this is an implementation detail. In your
> implementation, you could (for example) try to determine if the JID of
> the new owner corresponds to a real user of some kind, but even that may
> not be 100% reliable.
>
> /psa






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