[Standards-JIG] Re: xmpp.org Namespaces

Joe Hildebrand hildjj at gmail.com
Mon Oct 16 21:56:06 UTC 2006

Alternately, we could think about registering a URN namespace here:


And then future namespaces could look like:


On Oct 13, 2006, at 3:51 PM, Ben Schumacher wrote:

> Chris Mullins wrote:
>> Is there a reason we're not going with
>> "xmpp://www.xmpp.org/muc/join-room" type URI's? Now that we have  
>> this nice little IRI (or is it a URI? I can never keep
>> those two straight!) we should be putting it to use. Seems like they
>> would make great namespace names...
> If you complaint is that "http://" prefixed URI's don't mean  
> anything, how exactly would making the URI's prefixed with  
> "xmpp://" make it any better? What could "xmpp://www.xmpp.org/muc/ 
> join-room" possibly mean in the context of RFC 4622? The best I can  
> speculate is that a correctly implemented client would attempt to  
> authenticate against the server "www.xmpp.org" as a user of it own  
> choosing and perhaps it uh... tries to send a message to the JID  
> "muc/join-room" ??
> Hrm. Well I'm confused. It would be a good way to test the parsing  
> code in your implementation I suppose...
> Ben

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