[Standards-JIG] MU-C - Persistant rooms - live time
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Thu Jan 27 01:08:24 UTC 2005
1) No, a persistent room is a room that never times out. A members-only room only allows particular people to enter, and may be persistent or non-persistent
2) A persistent room exists until it is destroyed by the owner or an admin
Hope that helps,
On Thu, Jan 20, 2005 at 07:35:15PM +0100, Jens Mikkelsen wrote:
> Hi list,
> I can't seem to figure out these questions.
> 1) Is members-only a persistant rooms?
> 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?
> I'm using conference.jabber.org.
> Jens Mikkelsen <gyldenskjold at mail.dk>
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