[Standards-JIG] anti-spim techniques

Tomasz Sterna tomasz.sterna at gmail.com
Mon Aug 29 12:41:47 UTC 2005


2005/8/29, Bart van Bragt <jabber at vanbragt.com>:
> http://cr.yp.to/im2000.html is nice as a mental exercise but it's very
> incompatible with how XMPP works and it's design philosophy.

http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://ngmp.libretech.org/
they did that over xmpp with success

> Besides that I don't agree with the statement that storing mail at the
> sender is going to cause a huge burden for the sender. All the spammer
> has to do is send LOT of 'you have mail waiting' announcements messages.
> When someone wants to pick up his/her message you just generate it on
> the fly, send it to the recipient and don't even store it. Just generate
> it again if the user requests the message again.

True.
But this brings us very close to the opt-in system.


-- 
smk



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