[Standards-JIG] JEP-0030 - Disco to resources
stpeter at jabber.org
Wed Apr 19 16:26:59 UTC 2006
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Vinod Panicker wrote:
> On 4/18/06, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at jabber.org> wrote:
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>> Vinod Panicker wrote:
>>> On 4/17/06, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at jabber.org> wrote:
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>>>> Vinod Panicker wrote:
>>>>> Is anyone aware of a use case where a disco query needs to be made to
>>>>> CONNECTED/ACTIVE resources? (not AVAILABLE).
>>>>> Since according the spec, a disco to the bare jid will result in the
>>>>> server auto-replying with the AVAILABLE resource(s) of the user. But
>>>>> in example 8, a disco is being sent to the full jid, of the CONNECTED
>>>>> How will another jabber entity determine the CONNECTED resources of
>>>>> another jabber entity? Have I stumbled across a bug?
>>>> I think JEP-0030 needs to say connected, not available. We have not
>>>> always been crystal-clear about the difference.
>>> Thanks for the clarification... Surprised that no one else had this
>>> issue till now.
>> Well, now that I look at the text again, it refers to IM systems, so I
>> think "available resource" is the appropriate term. However, I think
>> some clarification is in order, which is unfortunate since we already
>> spent a lot of time wordsmithing those security considerations...
> Seems like this would also clash with xmppbis -
> Disco was proposed as a possible solution to the problem stated above.
> But if disco is sent only to available resources, then it's not
> possible to use it here.
> Can anyone please point me to an instance where "connected" resources
> are being used for a practical purpose?
I didn't say we would not modify the text in JEP-0030 to mention
connected resources. All I said was that the current text is fine,
albeit limited. So it would need to be expanded, and we'll do that
sometime in the semi-near future.
Jabber Software Foundation
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