[Standards] [XEP-0353] Jingle Message Initiation

Philipp Hancke fippo at goodadvice.pages.de
Wed Apr 27 20:08:33 UTC 2016


Am 27.04.2016 um 21:50 schrieb Dumaine, Xander:
> It looks like my email composer lost some text. Corrected:
>
> In XEP–0353: Jingle Message Initiation, section 3.4 Rejecting Intent to Start a Session we have:
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> Instead of accepting the call, the responder might want to ignore the call and tell all of her devices to stop ringing (e.g., perhaps because Romeo is getting to be a bit of a nuisance). She does this by rejecting the call on one of her devices and having that device tell all of the other devices to stop ringing, in the form of a message to her own bare JID containing an <reject/> element specifying the session ID of the original <propose/> message.
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> This enables a user to silence an incoming call, but does not leave room for explicitly rejecting a call. I’d propose that a client MAY send a reject message in response to the propose.
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> So I’d propose making the following addition:
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> Next, the responder MAY want to decline the call explicitly, in the form of a message to the sender’s full JID containing a <reject/> element specifying the session ID of the original <propose/> message.
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> <message from='juliet at capulet.example/tablet'
>           to='romeo at montague.example/orchard'>
>    <reject xmlns='urn:xmpp:jingle-message:0' id='a73sjjvkla37jfea'/>
> </message>

Sounds good to me. Certainly better than provisionally accepting just to 
reject. Can you make a PR please?


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