[Standards] Redirection in XMPP?

Matthew A. Miller linuxwolf at outer-planes.net
Fri Feb 21 16:14:59 UTC 2014


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On 2/21/14, 9:06 AM, Peter Waher wrote:
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> Hello
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> Is there a means to ask a contact to automatically redirect to another
JID for further communication with the friend? Say you have a JID
badname at oldserver and want all its contacts to re-friend oneself to
goodname at oldserver or goodname at newserver, i.e. you want to rename your
JID and move all your friends to the new JID and ask all your friends to
do the appropriate tasks to perform the change automatically?
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> 
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> I saw an old deferred XEP handling server redirection in a client to
server connection. But I would want to redirect a client->client
connection (or friendship/relationship): ?My JID is being changed to
JID2?, or ?Connection to JID2 for future communication with me.?
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> Best regards,
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> Peter Waher
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The closest I can think of would be [XEP-0283], which is currently
deferred.  It results in a a slew of presence unsubscribes from the old
JID and subscribes to the new JID, which sounds like what you want.  I
know there is an implementation at a specific service provider and its
official clients, but not sure of anyone else implementing it.

- -- 
- - m&m

Matthew A. Miller
< http://goo.gl/LK55L >

[XEP-0283]: Moved < http://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0283.html >
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