[Standards] Veto on "Privileged Entity"

Steven Lloyd Watkin lloyd at evilprofessor.co.uk
Wed Dec 17 23:25:51 UTC 2014

Not XEP-0277 but most pubsub clients should be able to use it at a very
basic level. There are many bits that are 'extra' however. I'd like to see
Buddycloud being as compatable as possible with 'standard' XMPP with its
own sugar.
On 17 Dec 2014 23:05, "Goffi" <goffi at goffi.org> wrote:

> On 17/12/2014 22:20, Simon Tennant wrote:
>>     - we (developers of "Salut à Toi", http://www.salut-a-toi.org) an a
>>     few other projects (namely Movim http://movim.eu, Jappix
>>     http://www.jappix.org) or developers (notabily Sergey Dobrov is
>>     working on these issues too) are working on an XMPP based
>>     decentralized (micro)blogging platforms. Buddycloud is doing
>>     something similar, but seems to stick less on standard XMPP in favor
>>     of proprietary extensions (Dave I know you're working on Buddycloud,
>>     correct me if I'm wrong)
>> Buddycloud's approach is to keep application logic outside the XMPP
>> server.
>> Buddycloud runs as a component [and adapts XEP-0060's machine-to-machine
>> semantics for "human-to-human"]. If  Not sure what you mean about not
>> being "standard xmpp"?
> Hi Simon, first I made a mistake and Dave is not working on Buddycloud
> (just using it). I mean by "not being standard XMPP" that you are
> developing your own XEPs independently of what's available in published
> extensions (don't take that as a negative criticism, I have nothing against
> Buddycloud), that means that we can't receive buddycloud microblogs (or
> whatever it is called in buddycloud terminology) with XEP-0277 compliant
> clients. Correct me if I'm wrong
> Cheers
> Goffi
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