[Standards] Namespace Priority

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at jabber.org
Tue Mar 6 18:52:46 UTC 2007


Nolan Eakins wrote:
> Ian Paterson wrote:
>> Clearly we should enable users that want to, to block calls from
>> non-contacts. But why should other people not be able to use Jingle to
>> receive calls from anyone in the world?
>>
>> Once again, I agree that we should use presence whenever possible. We
>> should exploit the advantage to the full. However, I don't think we
>> should let it become a handicap. IMO we should not restrict all
>> specialized applications to working only between contacts.
> I agree. Non-contacts should be able to request a voice or whatever
> session with me. My decline may need to be silent if I don't want them
> to know if I'm online though. An example I can think of is adding voice
> to these live support services. Clearly I don't want my customers to be
> forced to request presence from the live support service just to
> troubleshoot some problem they're having. That also pollutes their
> roster with one off contacts as well.

Negotiate a chat session via XEP-0155 to request an audience, when it 
starts exchange directed presence, then do your IQ stuff for Jingle. 
Seems straightforward to me.

Peter

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Peter Saint-Andre
XMPP Standards Foundation
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