[Standards-JIG] MUC Invitations, Jingle Relays, and Big Problems

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at jabber.org
Mon Nov 6 23:30:56 UTC 2006


Zenek wrote:
> Dne pátek 03 listopad 2006 19:50 Robert B Quattlebaum, Jr. napsal(a):
>> On Nov 3, 2006, at 2:13 AM, Kevin Smith wrote:
>>> On 3 Nov 2006, at 00:48, Robert B Quattlebaum, Jr. wrote:
>>>> I don't see this problem getting better—it is going to get worse.
>>>> Filtering communications from unknown JID's is a perfectly
>>>> reasonable thing to do, and I think that we should start making
>>>> our protocols aware of this situation and stop punishing users for
>>>> it.
>>>>
>>>> Any ideas on how to handle this?
>>> Frankly, I think we should strongly encourage servers to not do this.
>> My biggest problem is that google talk makes this mandatory.
> 
> In my opinion as an user, it is not reasonable at all... There are many people 
> who don't want to add more contacts to rosters just for one-time chat...
> 
> For example I don't send subscription request to people I know to not need my 
> presence and I just want something of them...

IMHO it would be a good practice for users who are in a 1-to-1 chat (but
not in each other's rosters) to send directed presence. Been meaning to
write that up somewhere....

Peter

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Peter Saint-Andre
Jabber Software Foundation
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