[Standards-JIG] Re: Problem implementing XEP-0191 / Mapping XEP-0191 on XEP-0016

Marco Balmer maba-mailings-standards-jig at micressor.ch
Mon Jan 15 22:29:32 UTC 2007


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Hi

>While some people found privacy lists of 
>interest and maybe even a few developers implemented it, IMHO it is 
>still way more complex than regular end users will ever want to deal 
>with ("block my outbound presence to this user, block inbound presence 
>from that user, allow only messages from another user, etc."). So do we 
>really need or want privacy lists? 

Yes. Why depricating privacy lists? We have two server implementations
(ejabberd an jabberd14) which have full support for privacy lists. The
wildfire developers working on it. A lot of working clients like tkabber
0.9.x, Gajim 0.11, neos and psi (dev-snapshot).

Since jabberd14 has support for privacy lists, I use this feature every day.

I think, we should harmonize both XEP's 0016 and 0191 to work together.

/maba

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