[Standards-JIG] Behaviour when sending a message to a negativepriority resource

Daniel Noll daniel at noll.id.au
Tue Sep 12 06:15:23 UTC 2006

> Also, from what I remember at the interop event, we decided client
> software should represent negative priority resources as presence-only
> resources. Thus the resource is shown as available, but the user cannot
> send it a message through the user interface.

What if it's a bot that can handle direct messages but doesn't necessarily
want to process messages sent to the default resource?  It seems
reasonable to allow the user to send a message to it in that situation.


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