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    I vote for not moving towards supporting :4. There isn't a
    compelling reason to do it. So it is better to wait until (or if)
    there features are supported in the next version or in some other
    XEP.<br>
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    <div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 20/06/15 16:13, Daniel Gultsch
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      <div dir="ltr">2015-06-20 21:59 GMT+02:00 Yann Leboulanger <span
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            href="mailto:asterix@lagaule.org" target="_blank">asterix@lagaule.org</a>></span>:<br>
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              That will also break compatibility with clients that
              supports only :3<br>
              namespace, but currently we don't work with clients that
              have :4<br>
              namespace implemented. implementing several version of a
              protocol is<br>
              quite complexe.<br>
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            <div>Thats basically the reason I'm asking. My client
              Conversations currently only supports :3 and I'm not going
              to support both however I would upgrade to :4 if gajim
              were to do so as well and thus making Conversations
              compatible with Swift.<br>
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            <div>(Gajim, Conversations and Swift - to my knowledge - are
              the only clients supporting Jingle FT)<br>
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            <div>cheers<br>
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            <div>Daniel<br>
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