[Standards-JIG] Re: MU-C - Persistant rooms - live time
sneakin at semanticgap.com
Sat Jan 22 12:04:47 UTC 2005
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Jens Mikkelsen wrote:
| 1) Is members-only a persistant rooms?
No. You may still want to keep people out of a temporary room.
| 2) How long does a persistant room last exactly. I have tried to create
| a member-only room, thereby becoming the owner. I exited the room and
| disconnecting. If I wait a while (an hour or so). I have to configure
| the room again, when I try to connect. I interepret this as it has been
| closed. Is this correct? Does this mean, that the room isn't persistant?
Try creating a persistent room. Members-only will only keep non-members
out. There's a checkbox, "Make room persistent?" in the config form.
That should be checked if you want the room to stay around.
- - Nolan
[Question for implementors: do any MUC services automatically clean up
persistent rooms if the room has not been entered after a configurable
amount of time, like a year?]
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