[Standards] Example Resources in XEPs (XEP-0369)

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at stpeter.im
Mon Feb 20 17:03:04 UTC 2017

On 2/20/17 2:20 AM, Jonas Wielicki wrote:

> I feel that using BIND2 resources---albeit this is likely to become the new 
> standard---harms readability a lot. However, I can also see that using 
> examples which do not fit the current standards lead to developers 
> implementing the wrong things, such as clients which encourage the use of 
> descriptive and user-chosen resources.
> I think a middle-way is needed here, and I do not have a good idea how to 
> address this. 

In more recent RFCs (e.g., RFC 8048) I've been using things like this:

<presence from='romeo at example.net/dr4hcr0st3lup4c'/>

That's "Capulet's Orchard" backwards in h4x0r. It looks ugly enough to
be semi-random but if you know the code it's speakable.


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