[Standards] RFC vs privacy lists

Yann Leboulanger asterix at lagaule.org
Thu Apr 28 13:30:32 UTC 2011

Le 28/04/2011 15:20, Matthew Wild a écrit :
> On 28 April 2011 14:16, Yann Leboulanger<asterix at lagaule.org>  wrote:
>> Le 28/04/2011 14:12, Remko Tronçon a écrit :
>>>> I thought we had established "incoming" means incoming from the client's
>>>> POV.
>>> Right, i actually meant the whole chain, up to and including the
>>> server part (up to the stanza router).
>>> It doesn't make sense to filter out stanzas from your own server (not
>>> talking about the ones from other users on your server). But the XEP
>>> could use some more specification of what "incoming" really is to
>>> avoid this problem of shooting yourself in the foot.
>> if that could be written in XEP-0016 that incoming iq is from a client to
>> another client, or at least not from user's server to user, that would be
>> perfect I think.
>> And probably that "clients should not send iq get|set to jid that are
>> blocked"
> Why not just clarify that privacy lists only block incoming iqs of
> type "set"/"get"? Doesn't that solve everything in the least
> surprising way?

that would, yes, but isn't it a problem to be spammed with iq result|error?

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