[Standards] {Core|Advanced} {Client|Server} 2015

Dave Cridland dave at cridland.net
Wed Jun 17 20:20:50 UTC 2015


On 17 June 2015 at 20:08, Sam Whited <sam at samwhited.com> wrote:

> On Wed, Jun 17, 2015 at 10:46 AM, Dave Cridland <dave at cridland.net> wrote:
> > I think that these days, any server should be doing PEP. I suspect we're
> > nearing the point where we need to consider Carbons as a "Core", rather
> than
> > "Advanced".
>
> I agree, but before the XSF recommends Carbons as a core feature they
> should probably advance it beyond Experimental (but that's a topic for
> another thread). There are many good implementations of Carbons out
> there in servers and clients; making it draft is possibly the best way
> to "recommend" it and should be seen as a pre-requisite to adding it
> to a new recommendations XEP I think. Glancing back at the 2012
> compliance suite XEP, it looks like this might have been a matter of
> policy? They were all draft or higher, I think.
>
>
That's a good point. But I'd rather get a shopping list together and then
figure out how to make things Draft if they're not.


> > 1) Is anyone else interested in putting together a new set of
> > recommendations for XEPs to implement?
>
> I'd be happy to help put together the list of recommendations,
> unfortunately my time for working on things like this has become
> extremely limited in recent months.
>
>
> > 2) If so, does anyone have some solid ideas about what's minimum, and
> > sensible, these days?
>
> A few things that should probably be looked into (other stuff from the
> old XEPs should be on there too, these just need changes, IMO) off the
> top of my head:
>
> - PEP (Core)
> - Message carbons (Core)
> - Blocking command (moved to Core)
> - MUC (moved to Core)
> - Stream management (moved to Core)
> - XEP-0048: Bookmarks (not sure where; probably Core)
> - MAM (advanced)
> - CSI (not sure where; probably advanced, but I'm tempted to say Core
> given the benefits for mobile)
>
>
> — Sam
>
>
> --
> Sam Whited
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