[Standards-JIG] Re: Dead participants in MU-conf, JEP-0045

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at jabber.org
Thu Jan 13 20:02:22 UTC 2005

In article 
<8CDC3525190B624F8F740435C7B9A01D0C127B at heineken.winfessor.com>,
 "JD Conley" <jconley at winfessor.com> wrote:

> This should work itself out if the MUC service simply tracks presence,
> message, and IQ errors.  If a service-unavailable (or other fatal error)
> is returned from a resource the MUC service should remove that resource
> from any rooms which they are occupying.
> If a statement like this isn't buried somewhere in JEP-0045 it really
> should be.

In the existing version 1.18 of JEP-0045, point 10 of the implementation 
guidelines for services (Section 15.1) reads:

   A MUC service SHOULD remove a user if the service receives a 
   delivery-related error in relation to a stanza it has previously 
   sent to the user (remote server unreachable, user not found, etc.).


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