stpeter at stpeter.im
Wed May 14 21:27:59 UTC 2008
On 05/14/2008 7:12 AM, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
> On 05/14/2008 6:04 AM, Philip Hannent wrote:
>> My apologies if this is not the correct place to talk about this.
> This is the correct place. Welcome!
>> I have just been trying out a patch for Pidgin which enables sending of
>> custom emoticons on the xmpp protocol:
>> The patch works great
> Super. Are details available regarding the exact protocol used? Can
> people build "bundles" of custom emoticons to offer for general use?
>> however it implements:
>> Which is still experimental. My question is really what is required to
>> get this into a draft stage so that it could be used?
> What is required is for the XMPP Extensions Editor (c'est moi) to issue
> a Last Call and for the XMPP Council to vote on advancing it to Draft.
> We've been planning to do that soon because some anti-spam measures
> we're working on (XEP-0158) need to include images in data forms
> (XEP-0221) so that we can send CAPTCHAs and other such data over the wire.
> So expect a Last Call real soon now. You can help by commenting on the
> three specs referenced above. :)
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