[Standards] Adding countrycode to XEP-0080: User Location

Florian Zeitz florian.zeitz at gmx.de
Wed Aug 26 01:14:48 UTC 2009


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Jason wrote:
> For my current useage this spec is too limiting to physical locations.
> parts of related specs allow for location types that are not
> representable by "country/gps etc", things like URLs, or TIME. (you can
> be conceptually @ a web location, time, or some other unknown, perhaps
> virtual representation of location), it would be nice if this spec were
> flexible enough to accomodate such notions.
> 

Can you possibly explain in more detail what your current usage is?
I personally think there is merrit in having this namespace/XEP
specifically bound to physical location. For websites your currently
browsing there is User Browsing and there is also XEP 0202 for getting
an entities time (although I don't know how that fits in the context of
locations).
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