[Standards] Message Mine'ing

Lauri Kaila lauri.kaila at gmail.com
Wed Dec 3 12:34:26 UTC 2008

2008/12/3 Dave Cridland <dave at cridland.net>:
> So... My desktop gets a message:
> <message from='that-stpeter-chap at jabber.org/thing'
>  to='dwd at dave.cridland.net/desktop-client'>
>        <body>You still there?</body>
> </message>
> But, sadly, I'm not there - I've walked into the ktchen to boil the kettle.
> Luckily, I do have my mobile device upon me. My desktop client doesn't know
> I'm not there, it only knows I've not yet waved my mouse upon the window, so
> it's doing the orange-flashy-thing in my taskbar. (These things probably
> have good, proper, names.)
> But, as well as that, it also does this:
> <presence to='dwd at dave.cridland.net'>
>        <!-- Usual current presence, as broadcast, but also private stuff:
> -->
>        <messages xmlns='urn:xmpp:tmp:messages'>
>                <message from='that-stpeter-chap at jabber.org/thing'
> count='1'/>
>        </messages>
> </presence>
> Now, my other clients all see this, and can Ding accordingly, flash their
> taskbar bits, or whatever else it is that they do. (They might do this only
> after a short period, of course, but then, my desktop client might only send
> out intra-jid presence updates after a short period, too).

Deja vu: s/message/Jingle session initiation/g


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