[Standards] XEP-0184: <received/> vs. <displayed/> vs. <read/>

Yann Leboulanger asterix at lagaule.org
Wed Jun 16 18:35:12 UTC 2010


On 06/16/2010 08:27 PM, Kevin Smith wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 16, 2010 at 7:21 PM, Yann Leboulanger<asterix at lagaule.org>  wrote:
>> On 06/16/2010 08:15 PM, Kevin Smith wrote:
>>> On Wed, Jun 16, 2010 at 7:04 PM, Peter Saint-Andre<stpeter at stpeter.im>
>>>   wrote:
>>>> I just had an interesting conversation with "yagiza" about XEP-0184,
>>>> which he has said I can paste here. The general idea is: do we need
>>>> something in XEP-0184 to indicate that a message has been read by the
>>>> intended recipient? This would be similar to the<displayed/>    element in
>>>> XEP-0022. I'm not convinced that we need this feature in XEP-0184, and
>>>> tried to explain why to yagiza. Further discussion is welcome on this
>>>> list. I've attached the log of my chat with yagiza for context.
>>>
>>> The text already says that the receipt isn't sent until the message is
>>> presented to the user, which seems to be exactly the behaviour
>>> discussed - that the message was in the window the user had selected
>>> at the time. So the XEP already covers this.
>>>
>>> What it doesn't cover is acking messages as soon as the client has
>>> received them and before they're presented to the user -  we have 198
>>> to do exactly that.
>>
>> It's not what I understood from this XEP, and it's not what is implemented
>> in Gajim.
>>
>> Requirements says "Enable a sender to request notification that an XMPP
>> message stanza has been received." received here doesn't mean displayed
>> IMHO.
>
> I think the following text makes it clear, though:
> 'Specifically, the receiving entity shall return a<received/>  notice
> if it has received and processed the message. The term "processed" is
> understood to include presentation to a human user if appropriate or
> any other application-specific client-side processing'

I think it just means that user has been notified that a message has 
been received, but not that message has been displayed.

-- 
Yann




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