[Standards] XEP-0184 business rules for message receipts
stpeter at stpeter.im
Thu Feb 25 05:31:53 UTC 2010
On 2/16/10 9:53 PM, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
> XEP-0184 specifies the following business rules:
> 1. A sender SHOULD NOT include a request for message receipts when
> sending a message to the bare JID <localpart at domain.tld> of the
> recipient, only when sending to a full JID <localpart at domain.tld/resource>.
> 2. A sender SHOULD NOT include a request for message receipts unless
> it knows (via Service Discovery  or Entity Capabilities ) that the
> intended recipient supports the protocol described herein or unless the
> use of message receipts is negotiated via Stanza Session Negotiation .
> 3. A sender SHOULD include an 'id' attribute on the message so that
> the sender can properly track the receipt.
> I'm no longer convinced that these rules are helpful.
> First, IMHO it does no great harm to include a request for a receipt in
> a message sent to the bare JID, which might be a message of type
> "normal", a pubsub notification, the first message in a one-to-one chat
> session, etc.
> Second, we can get rid of the disco/caps requirement if we get rid of
> the SHOULD NOT on sending to bare JIDs. And the reference to XEP-0155 is
> not something I think we want to maintain (personally I'd prefer to
> deprecate XEP-0155 but that's a topic for a different thread).
> Third, I'd be tempted to make 'id' inclusion a MUST instead of a SHOULD.
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