jdev - 2021-06-23

  1. Sam

    Do any widely implemented specs actually use XEP-0131: Stanza Headers and Internet Metadata?

  2. flow

    xep332 maybe

  3. flow

    isn't the real question: is SHIM a good fit for your protocol and use case

  4. flow

    I do believe that there are some places where using SHIM is sensible, but in some cases it feels like re-using HTTP headers just for the sake of re-using HTTP headers. Which feels wrong (just like MUC initially re-used HTTP status codes)

  5. Sam

    No, the question is exactly what I was asking :) "widely implemented" being the important part (so not XEP-0332 as far as I know)

  6. MattJ

    I think that question is the wrong one to ask

  7. MattJ

    It may not be widely implemented, but I think it is valuable to have a standard way of expressing this data

  8. jonas’

    isn’t XEP-0060 using it?

  9. jonas’


  10. Sam

    The question is "is there anything I'm going to need later that depends on this and therefore I have to implement it?", it's the question I was trying to ask. If it's useful but unused I don't care for now.

  11. Sam

    0060 is a good one and I didn't know or remember that it was using this; thanks

  12. jonas’

    I think '60 is the reason why aioxmpp has shims for SHIM

  13. emus

    Hi, general question: Shouldnt we give the chat a proper name if it was intended to be a landibg zone for newcomers?

  14. Ellenor Bjornsdottir

    Don't know if the server supports channel vcards.

  15. emus

    oh ok, but maybe it could be updated with this?