[Standards] XEP-0198: Stream Management - Clarifications
dave at cridland.net
Fri Sep 16 19:24:40 UTC 2011
On Fri Sep 16 17:58:17 2011, Kim Alvefur wrote:
> I think it shouldn't hurt if <r/> meant "I'd really like you to
> send an
> <a/> now, please", and the other party SHOULD reply with <a/>, but
No, that would be bad. I do not wish to second guess why I'm not
getting an <a/>, I just want to get one.
> If an implementation for whatever reason sends a whole bunch of
> <r/>s at the same time, then why reply with more than one <a/>.
I don't want to optimize the protocol for poorly written
implementations. If the other end is asking for lots of
acknowledgements, either send them or go talk to a different peer.
Send as many <a/> as you like, but at least one per <r/> received.
Dave Cridland - mailto:dave at cridland.net - xmpp:dwd at dave.cridland.net
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