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

Joe Hildebrand hildjj at gmail.com
Wed Sep 13 06:29:00 UTC 2006


So, there's a bot and a user at the same bare jid, with different  
resources?  That seems like a confusing approach.  If it's a presence  
probe of some kind, it shouldn't need to respond to messages.  If  
it's a normal-style bot, it should have its own identity.

On Sep 12, 2006, at 2:15 AM, Daniel Noll wrote:

>
>> 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.
>
> Daniel
>
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