[Standards] NEW: XEP-0224 (Attention)
sgolovan at nes.ru
Fri Aug 10 23:57:09 UTC 2007
On 8/11/07, Andreas Monitzer <jig at monitzer.com> wrote:
> > include <body/> into this message, Tkabber will show it in a separate
> > headlines window.
> Hmm would that be so bad? A headline window will surely draw more
> attention than a regular message.
How this separate window would associate with a chat thread?
Especially if chat and headline messages are stored in different
> > IQ is simple. Message is complicated.
> uh, why? There's much more code involved in an IQ stanza than in a
IQ has a fixed clear structure. Its parsing usually performed by one
routine, and to add support for some IQ namespace one can do something
like the following (example from Tkabber):
iq::register_handler set query
Message is a much more complicated object.
But it's not a big deal to process a message instead of IQ. What I
want from any protocol detail is a feedback. XMPP would be much nicer
if any stanza required an acknowledgement. For now, messages and
presences are thrown without an acknowledgement (except for an ugly
presence usage in XEP-0045 AFAIK). So, I'd like to use them as seldom
as possible. Only if using message is unavoidable it may be used. (If
I could, I'd use IQ even for a regular messaging.)
Though, if XMPP is for information which worth nothing then everyone
may use anything he wants.
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