[Standards] Deprecating Privacy Lists

Florian Schmaus flo at geekplace.eu
Wed Sep 30 14:07:03 UTC 2015

On 30.09.2015 15:29, Christian Schudt wrote:
> It's the server's responsibility to return an adequate block list, which is built/mapped from a privacy list.
> E.g. if the privacy list contains a single rule:
> <item type='group'
>           value='Enemies'
>           action='deny'
>           order='1'/>
> The server would translate it to a block list, which contains all contacts in the 'Enemies' roster group.

Hmm, not sure if you can translate this to xep191. What happens if a
xep191 client removes a jid entry which was added by the server because
the jid is the 'enemies' group?

But mapping plain jid xep16 items to xep191 entries and vice versa
should be sufficient (and easy).

- Florian

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