[Standards] Why "ask=subscribe" rather than "subscription=None + Pending Out" ?

Florian Zeitz florian.zeitz at gmx.de
Fri Sep 10 18:04:41 UTC 2010


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Am 10.09.2010 19:50, schrieb Iñaki Baz Castillo:
> 2010/9/10 Florian Zeitz <florian.zeitz at gmx.de>:
>> Probably. This one or jdev@ I guess.
>> The "reason" you're looking for is probably that the
>> subscription-attribute (as opposed to the subscription-state) can only
>> have the values "to", "from", "both", and "none".
> 
> Humm, but when a user is offline and other user subscribes to him,
> next time the user becomes online receives a new roter ite, with
> "subscription=None + Pending In", so...
> 
> 
> 
Where did you see that?
He won't receive a roster item yet AFAIK, instead he will receive a
<presence type='subscribe'/>. If he accepts the request he'll receive a
roster push with subscription='from'.
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