[Standards] XMPP Extension Editor

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at stpeter.im
Tue Mar 20 14:00:49 UTC 2018


On 3/20/18 1:30 AM, Jonas Wielicki wrote:
> Hi Ludovic,
> 
> On Montag, 19. März 2018 22:19:26 CET Ludovic BOCQUET wrote:
>> I have known the "XMPP Extention Editor" with editor at xmpp.org email
>> address, but "recently" I have seen some editors with his personal email
>> address and with "XSF Editor" in sender name and without too.
> 
> Yes, this is true. The reason is that the editor emails are now sent from 
> private machines instead of the XSF servers. Thus we cannot really use 
> @xmpp.org addresses. I use the "Jonas Wielicki (XSF Editor)" alias when 
> sending such "automated" emails.
> 
>> I think that a lot of people have rules and search emails in inbox...
> 
> For this reason, all emails sent with the (new) editor tooling have several 
> headers which identify them as XEP announcements. I suggest to filter on the 
> presence of the XSF-XEP-Number header. 
> 
>> It will be good to have only one solution.
> 
> Hopefully, in addition to the headers, we can go back to sending emails from 
> editor@ at some point, at least for automatable announcements like XEP 
> updates.

We have never sent all messages from editor@ - only automated messages
generated by various Python scripts. The Call for Experience messages
and such were always sent from personal email accounts.

Peter




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