[Standards] LAST CALL: XEP-0308 (Last Message Correction)

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at stpeter.im
Tue Aug 14 15:51:34 UTC 2012


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On 8/13/12 3:03 PM, Andreas Kuckartz wrote:
> Kurt Zeilenga:
>> From a user perspective, often what I want to correct isn't the
>> last stanza I sent.
> 
> I support that argument. Several Social Networking Services
> provide similar features and I expect XMPP to also support that.

<rant>Look, folks, if we want the ability to reach back and edit
everything under the sun, then by all means let's define that using
pubsub under something like XEP-0277. IM, by contrast, is an
ever-flowing stream and sometimes you make mistakes when typing such
messages (as people do in email messages to lists like this one). Do
you have the ability to edit every email message you've ever sent? No,
so just get over it.</rant>

Peter

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