[Jabber-IETF] SASL Namespace
stpeter at jabber.org
Mon Oct 14 14:34:21 CDT 2002
Agreed. I'd prefer <stream:features>. That seems to dovetail well with the
ideas expressed in JEPs like feature negotiation (JEP-0020) and service
discovery (JEP-0030, new version to be released soon).
Jabber Software Foundation
On Fri, 11 Oct 2002, Ben Schumacher wrote:
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> Not to be nit-picky, but I was catching up on the mailing list here and
> I must say that I like the ideas coming through for advertising feature
> support. My only beef is that, aren't these features? I realize that in
> other contexts (POP3 comes to mind), these extra abilities are
> referenced as capabilities. However, it has been common with the Jabber
> community to call these features. For that reason, I would propose that
> we use the element <stream:features>, instead of of <stream:capabilities>.
> The rest make sense to me, but I think this works better with regard to
> | 2.sasl namespace
> | note that i didn't include the namespace "thread" in the list above
> | because, frankly, it's hard for me to get excited about it. however, i
> | think that the robert norris/joe hildebrand approach, e.g.,
> | <stream:stream xmlns='jabber:client'
> | xmlns:stream='http://etherx.jabber.org/streams'
> | from='jabber.org' version='1.0'>
> | <stream:capabilities>
> | <mechanisms
> | <mechanism>DIGEST-MD5</mechanism>
> | <mechanism>PLAIN</mechanism>
> | </mechanisms>
> | <starttls xmlns='http://blah'/>
> | </stream:capabilities>
> | </stream:stream>
> | shows a lot of promise.
> | could i ask that folks talking about the namespace issue send a message
> | to the list with this subject:
> | Subject: SASL namespace
> | in particular, i'd be interested in hearing people's views on what
> | robert & joe are talking about, and whether there are better ways
> | of doing it.
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