[Standards-JIG] Re: What happened to the ACK proposal?
stpeter at jabber.org
Wed Aug 17 20:10:28 UTC 2005
Ian Paterson wrote:
> One thing I would like to see added to RFC 3920bis is something that no
> single-hop transport layer can solve. If a proxy finds it can't deliver
> a stanza to a client then it needs to be able to bounce the stanza back
> to the user's server. The server can then deliver the stanza the next
> time the user logs in, even if that is via a different proxy or a direct
There are no proxies in the XMPP architecture as defined in RFC 3920.
Please define the term and specify how it applies to this discussion. If
you mean something like a connection manager, then I think the concern
is implementation-specific or, at most, should be addressed in JEP-0114
for external components or in JEP-0124 for HTTP connection managers. If
you mean something other than a connection manager, then I don't see how
this belongs in rfc3920bis.
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