[Standards] Message Mine'ing

Matthew A. Miller linuxwolf at outer-planes.net
Tue Dec 2 19:37:15 UTC 2008


On Dec 2, 2008, at 12:25, Jonathan Schleifer wrote:
> I wouldn't want that, I really wouldn't want that. I have an mcabber  
> connected all the time on my router with priority 0. It's rarely  
> used and never used when any other client is connected. When  
> connecting from any of my other machines, the piority is 50 (if I'm  
> using both and none gets idle). So I get new messages to every  
> machine. That's ok. But I wouldn't want to also get it to my router,  
> as there's no need for that and would make merging logs a PITA once  
> we have server-side, encrypted chat logs (I plan to merge the logs  
> of all my clients into server-side logs then, so this will be a real  
> PITA then).
>
I assert that message mine-ing would actually solve your problem  
better than presence priorities.

> --
> Jonathan
>


--
Matthew A. Miller
linuxwolf at outer-planes.net




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