[Standards] Adding logo to MUC and PubSub node
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Thu Feb 8 05:26:10 UTC 2018
Wed, 7 Feb 2018 22:16:30 +0100
"W. Martin Borgert" <debacle at debian.org> wrote:
> this is an idea mainly for the "social network" aspect of XMPP:
> A logo for a MUC or for a PubSub node, similar to a user avatar.
> Such a logo, emblem, or symbol can be a good indicator for users
> to find the right MUC or PubSub node in a social network
> application or graphical XMPP client.
> How about introducing two configuration variables, one in
> And the second one in
> The value should be a <media> element from
> IMHO, the value should be restricted to
> 1. images, or would a sound make sense? Maybe...
> 2. inline data, so that a link to a web resource cannot be
> abused for snitching IP addresses
> What do you think?
This is the same as to provide vCards by the service (which is
implemented in ejabberd for MUCs for example), and has the same
drawback: there is no way to tell clients that your logo has updated.
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