[Standards] dialback refactoring
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Thu Jun 25 05:22:59 UTC 2009
On Wed, Jun 24, 2009 at 08:16:00PM -0600, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
> On 6/24/09 2:49 PM, Ralph Meijer wrote:
> > On Wed, 2009-06-24 at 14:16 -0600, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
> > Yeah, that seems ok, although I would probably keep 'Server' instead of
> > 'Host' and 'Receiving Server' to keep in sync with RFC 3920 and
> > XEP-0185.
> OK. So:
> - - Sending Domain
> - - Accepting Domain
> - - Originating Server
> - - Receiving Server
> - - Authoritative Server
> > To make it more real, make sure the hosts have different
> > hostnames (duck.example.org, swan.example.org and elephant.example.com)
> > from the domains (example.org, example.com). Maybe also show the
> > associated DNS records (SRV and A).
> I have DNS records and IP addresses in version 0.3 of the spec, so it
> would be fairly straightforward to port those over. I agree that they
> are helpful.
> Looking more closely, I would pair them up as follows:
> DB authoritative-host-unknown = stanza remote-server-not-found (sent
> from receiving server to originating server if the authoritative server
> does not service the domain asserted by the originating server)
> DB host-unknown = stanza item-not-found
> DB remote-connection-failed = recipient-unavailable
> DB remote-server-timeout = stanza remote-server-timeout
That seems a proper mapping indeed.
> Correct. I ran out of time to do that (in fact I don't remember how I
> generated those since openssl doesn't support HMAC-SHA256, but I'll
> figure it out again).
If not, I can show how to do it in Python or do it for you.
> > I expect the title for example 13 to be from the other perspective.
> So "Authoritative Server Receives Verification Request"?
> > I'd like to see a paragraph on how bouncing works exactly, with an
> > example.
> Yes, that would be helpful. I'll write new subsection about that (we'll
> need to add the triggering message so that we can show it being bounced
> by the receiving server).
> > Thanks for the refactoring. It is a way better read overall.
> It's mostly Philipp's work, so thanks Philipp!
Indeed. Thanks Philipp.
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