[Standards] Link-Lokal Messaging and PEP?

Joe Hildebrand hildjj at gmail.com
Fri Mar 30 15:20:22 UTC 2007


+1
Section 6 of XEP 174 specifies how to do this.

stpeter: the name link at the head of section 6 is a dup: "disco".

On Mar 30, 2007, at 8:56 AM, Robert McQueen wrote:

> Sjoerd Simons wrote:
>> For publishing stuff to your contacts, it seems much more natural  
>> to me to
>> DNS-SD. Which is much more efficient in spreading knowledge in the  
>> network.
>> Can't give you an easy answer on how to convert PEP nodes to TXT  
>> record
>> or maybe if we should even use one service per PEP node, although  
>> that feels
>> like a hack (Announce a service purely for information).
>
> Surely the most direct mapping of PEP to llXMPP is to provide a  
> mapping
> of entity capabilities into mDNS records (by analogue to <c> nodes in
> <presence>)? Then discoing/caching proceeds as normal, and other
> PEP-using clients know who to notify about updated PEP nodes based on
> the existence of the XMLNS+notify capability, in the same way that
> servers behave with PEP.
>
>>   Sjoerd
>
> Regards,
> Rob




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