[Standards-JIG] proto-JEP: Smart Presence Distribution

Richard Dobson richard at dobson-i.net
Wed May 17 21:03:58 UTC 2006

> | would use lots of bandwidth and not save you much. What I suggest that 
> | we do is extend JEP-0033 with a mechanism for pre-negotiating an address 
> | list with the multicasting component that can be re-used without needing 
> | to send that address list inside each stanza that you want to relay, 
> | thus saving lots of bytes, but without breaking privacy lists.
> yes, this too is a way to get to the same result. only i believe we can
> achieve this using the existing data structures and subscription protocols.
> we don't have to add a whole layer on top of it.

Feel free to suggest something then, your current suggestions certainly 
do not allow that.

> | be determined protocol which is represented by its own JID, and any 
> | <presence from='romeo at montague/inlove' to='s4134edd at multicast.capulet'/>
> oh i love jid hacks  :)
> if jid were defined as a url, one could encode things nicer,
> but huh that's another story.

Huh? sorry but what are you on about?, this is not a hack in any way 
shape or form.

> okay, i'll pick another posting to reply to, and write down how we
> can keep privacy lists and rosters, and don't need this extra protocol.

Please do, your current specification certainly doesnt.


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