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Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
> Agreed. Your text looks good.
> The purpose of dialback is not primarily to assist organizations who
> would like to run separate inbound and outbound XMPP servers, but to
> (as you say) "make message forgery more difficult" or, more
> precisely, to make server spoofing more difficult (which results in
> making message forgery more difficult).
Okay, feel free to give my text a stir around if it wasn't clear.
> One general thought regarding xmpp-im is how much detail to provide
> -- right now what is included there is all and only the protocol
> necessary to address RFCs 2778/2779, not the entire scope of the
> Jabber protocol. I think it's probably best to keep it that way, and
> to note that there is more to the protocol than what is defined in
For the working group's first documents, I agree. Later, it might well
be beneficial to submit more of Jabber to the IETF, but it's probably
best to approach it in manageable chunks.
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