XMPP Council - 2023-03-29

  1. Ge0rG

    Is today a council meeting day? I'm unfortunately off site and busy

  2. daniel


  3. moparisthebest


  4. daniel

    It's time

  5. daniel

    1) roll call

  6. moparisthebest


  7. daniel

    larma, jonas’ ?

  8. jonas’ is here

  9. jonas’

    sorry, got carried away

  10. daniel

    2) Agenda Bashing

  11. daniel

    nothing to bash

  12. daniel

    3) Editor updates

  13. daniel


  14. daniel

    4) Items for voting

  15. daniel

    a) XEP-0060: Add pubsub#publish_node_full (https://github.com/xsf/xeps/pull/1275)

  16. daniel

    on list

  17. moparisthebest

    On list

  18. jonas’


  19. daniel

    b) XEP-0223: Add origin checking to security considerations (https://github.com/xsf/xeps/pull/1277)

  20. daniel


  21. moparisthebest


  22. daniel

    jonas’, ?

  23. jonas’


  24. daniel

    c) XEP-0313 v1.1.0: Clarify a couple of edge cases (https://github.com/xsf/xeps/pull/1273)

  25. daniel


  26. moparisthebest


  27. jonas’


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  29. daniel

    5) Pending votes

  30. daniel


  31. daniel

    6) Date of Next

  32. daniel

    +1w wfm

  33. jonas’

    +1w wfm

  34. moparisthebest

    +1w wfm

  35. daniel

    7) AOB

  36. moparisthebest

    +2w probably won't work for me FYI

  37. jonas’

    none from me

  38. moparisthebest

    No aob

  39. daniel

    8) Close

  40. daniel

    Thank you all

  41. moparisthebest

    Thanks daniel !

  42. jonas’

    thanks daniel!

  43. Kev

    Could Council reconsider https://xmpp.org/extensions/inbox/content-types.html at Peter Waher's request, please? > I would like to re-introduce this proposal for publication as an experimental XEP. More and more use Markdown (as an example). While there are objections by some to use Markdown, the purpose of the XEP is not to force those that do not want to use Markdown, to use it, but to allow those that want to send Markdown with a common way to do it, without just sending it as plain text (as many do). The extension is not focused on Markdown, but tries to solve the more general problem on how to send content, regardless of format, in a way that is understandable by those that support that format, as well as those that don’t. It reuses the common content types available in other protocols on the Internet to do so, so the pattern is well known and works in other non-XMPP-based protocols.