jdev - 2023-03-06

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  94. pep.

    https://github.com/mastodon/mastodon/pull/23913 Mastodon implementing rich text formatting with an ok wire format. hint hint

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  143. jonas’

    Transform h1 through h6 tags to <p><strong>contents</strong></p>

  144. jonas’


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  146. Zash

    Wasn't it already HTML embedded in JSON?

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  149. pep.

    Well they're not respecting the semantics of html, but at least they're not just stuffing markdown in there

  150. pep.

    Zash, yeah but a very much restricted set

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  200. nicoco

    I'm curious, why would markdown be a bad thing? too limited?

  201. Zash

    Not limited enough!

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  204. Zash

    nicoco, we abolished XHTML-IM because web developers can't be trusted not to pass trough <script> and stuff, and markdown is a HTML superset with the same problems

  205. Zash

    Even with XEP-0393, there was at least one case of someone blindly passing it trough a markdown library with html pass-trough enabled

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  208. Zash

    Thus we can't have nice ~things~ styling, it's not safe!

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  211. Ge0rG

    we can't have nice ~things~ people

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  226. nicoco

    thanks for the context. html pass-through sounds terrible indeed.

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  228. Zash

    Ge0rG, we can't fix people tho, only take away their nice things

  229. Ge0rG

    that's a good start.

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  231. Menel

    What was the reason not just to add many big warnings what not to do in the xep? And if someone does it anyways, it is on them?

  232. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    🤷 good question

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  234. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    > I'm curious, why would markdown be a bad thing? too limited? Xhtml helps with accesibility https://github.com/mastodon/mastodon/pull/23913#issuecomment-1455180785

  235. MSavoritias (fae,ve)


  236. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    Plus its easier on the client to use the format. Instead of having to guess with whatever we currently have

  237. jonas’

    it would help if they didn't translate headers to <p><strong

  238. jonas’

    it would help if they didn't translate headers to <p><strong/></p>

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  243. pep.

    nicoco, to me it's not about the input format. It doesn't matter at all. It's all about the wire format

  244. pep.

    nicoco, to me it's not about the input format. It doesn't matter at all. It's all about wire format

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  253. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    Yeah. Stanadard format to parse instead of arbitary characters

  254. Link Mauve

    jonas’, this is probably at display time, not in the wire.

  255. jonas’


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  297. Peter Waher

    Zash: The solution is not to ban the entire (and useful) technology, but to recognize the problem and make sure to highlight/require the script tag not be permitted (i.e. pass HTML or Markdown through a preprocessor that weeds out illegal/unwanted stuff.). To this list, I would add the style attribute and the style element, and any element defined for the HTML header.

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  300. pep.

    Basically what we had in xhtml-im

  301. Peter Waher


  302. Peter Waher

    It might be included in compliancy requirements, that such security vulnerabilities are addressed (i.e. compliancy requirements for clients)

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  304. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    Sounds like a nice step to me

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  334. moparisthebest

    > Xhtml helps with accesibility > https://github.com/mastodon/mastodon/pull/23913#issuecomment-1455180785 Except it doesn't because markdown is HTML so... (No one that I'm aware of is advocating for a markdown wire format)

  335. singpolyma

    XHTML-IM is "abolished" just the spec says deprecated on it. It's still the best thing we've got and Implemented by several clients and even by memberbot :)

  336. moparisthebest

    xhtml-im is XMPP's "malloc/free is fine, just don't make mistakes" :)

  337. Zash

    Someone motuvated just need to un-deprecate it with a bigget security warning 🤷

  338. singpolyma

    Honestly I would remove all the "restricted subset" stuff from the spec, that's up to the implemetation. Lots and lots of apps have to sanitize HTML inputs already, including feed readers etc, it's not like this problem is unique to us or hard to solve

  339. singpolyma

    Just use whatever obvious sanitize your framework/context already has that every non xmpp app is using

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  342. Peter Waher

    PS: Markdown is not HTML, but is a content format (and is often used to generate HTML, but can be used to generate other formats as well). Most Markdown dialects support the embedding of HTML elements (even though it restricts its usefulness when it comes to generate other forms of presentation formats). Still, it is not HTML, and it is parsed (and often pre-processed) before HTML is generated. There are very restricted Markdown dialects also, just as XHTML-IM was a very restricted version of XHTML. Benefits of Markdown include (apart from being easy to write) being extensible with a loosely coupled structure. It might make interoperability a challenge, unless interoperability is structured in a similar way as is done with XMPP (with extensions for different types of constructs).

  343. moparisthebest

    Peter Waher: a valid html document is a valid markdown document

  344. Link Mauve

    Peter Waher, Markdown is a HTML superset, in the sense that every valid HTML document is also valid Markdown. Markdown just extends HTML with other formatting, like "*foo*" in CDATA becoming synonymous to <em>foo</em>.

  345. Link Mauve

    Some Markdown implementations also reject HTML elements present in the text.

  346. Link Mauve

    It is usually configurable.

  347. Peter Waher

    No its not

  348. Peter Waher

    from the creator of the original Markdown:

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  350. Peter Waher


  351. singpolyma

    No one is proposing markdown for xmpp anyway :P

  352. Peter Waher


  353. Peter Waher

    but it was not added to the list of proposed extensions

  354. Peter Waher

    A content-extension where multiple content formats could be embedded in a message (a more abstract and generic version than the existing)

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  362. Zash

    multipart/alternative? feels like it may be overkill while at the same time not too unlike what we already have with plain ol' <body> and xhtml

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  365. moparisthebest

    Multiple copies of the body in different places is also an antifeature: see: lang

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  369. Zash

    Or email-style <body>Click here to see the newsletter</body>

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  448. pep.

    > Multiple copies of the body in different places is also an antifeature: see: lang xml:lang is actually a proper accessibility feature :)

  449. pep.

    Maybe someday we'll stop dismissing those

  450. jonas’


  451. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    Do we actually have a way for me to hint what language i am sending?

  452. jonas’

    I'd like to be excluded from that particular "we"

  453. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    In the message

  454. jonas’

    MSavoritias (fae,ve), yes, xml:lang on your stream is by default transferred down to the <body/> of your message, unless your client overrides it for the stanza or the body.

  455. Zash

    This is also a privacy leak! Such fun!

  456. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    Why? Cant you set it always to english?

  457. jonas’

    you can, but what's the point then :)

  458. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    Then its not a leak ;)

  459. jonas’

    (and also breaks accessibility)

  460. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    For the privacy nuts

  461. jonas’


  462. jonas’

    well, ideally, you'd set it to whatever (klingon or so) on the stream, and then explicitly for each message/body

  463. jonas’


  464. pep.

    jonas’: individually maybe, but as a community I think we largely fail

  465. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    Sounds cool though. More clients should hins like that imo

  466. jonas’

    MSavoritias (fae,ve), you can even have multiple <body/> elements with different xml:lang to send translations of your message!

  467. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    Sounds cool though. More clients should hint like that imo and have a settinp for it

  468. jonas’

    and then clients can pick based on local preference what to display

  469. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    😱 where is this stuff? It sounds cooler than stickers almost

  470. jonas’

    MSavoritias (fae,ve), aioxmpp has a complete implementation of that, it's in RFC 6120

  471. jonas’

    MSavoritias (fae,ve), aioxmpp has a complete implementation of that, it's in RFC 6120

  472. jonas’

    or RFC 6122 maybe

  473. jonas’

    or RFC 6121 maybe

  474. jonas’

    (plus the corresponding dependencies)

  475. jonas’

    (such as the xml:lang inheritance rules in XML 1.0)

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  479. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    Heh. Lots of rfcs to cover

  480. jonas’


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  483. jonas’

    flipside: you can have multiple <body/> elements which say completely different things in different languages

  484. jonas’

    <body xml:lang="en">We want peace!</body><body xml:lang="de">Hafen um 9 angreifen!</body>

  485. jonas’

    nice covert channel.

  486. Zash

    Same with xhtml-im

  487. Zash

    same with email and multipart messages

  488. jonas’


  489. jonas’

    and OMEMO, in fact :)

  490. jonas’

    instead of <body>YoUR ClIENt DoeS NOt SUpPOrT OMEmO</body>, you could also send something completely different <3

  491. pep.

    Yeah, in fact most OMEMO messages already have covert messages!!

  492. jonas’

    but this being one of those things where you have to trade absolute security and solving social issues with technical means vs. nice things, I'm ok with err-ing on the side of nice things

  493. Zash

    OTR in the <body> of OMEMO messages?

  494. jonas’

    Zash, door's there, hush, out

  495. Zash


  496. jonas’

    most cursed message

  497. jonas’

    Zash, and then add an OX element, for good measure!

  498. pep.

    jonas’, yeah, that's also a trade-off I'm happy to make if it means including more people in

  499. Zash


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  501. pep.

    For some reason I don't get, some people are completly imune to this

  502. jonas’

    I'm beyond the ~popcorn~ chocolated-peanut stage

  503. jonas’

    pep., immune to what?

  504. jonas’


  505. pep.


  506. pep.

    To understanding that they're solution to these "Security issues" are to shut some of our users out

  507. pep.

    To understanding that their solution to these "Security issues" are to shut some of our users out

  508. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    Balance and all that

  509. jonas’

    it's ~turtles~ trade-offs all the way down

  510. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    Question though: what is bad with 394?

  511. pep.

    Yeah, except when that balance affects more than just you, but also every other client around you

  512. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    Xep 394

  513. jonas’

    MSavoritias (fae,ve), it's a solution to a problem which shouldn't exist in the first place

  514. jonas’

    it introduces all kinds of nuances, and we should just go back to properly sanitized XHTML-IM

  515. jonas’

    with nice test vectors

  516. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    Heh you are one of *these* people /s

  517. Zash

    server-injected exploits in every message you mean

  518. pep.

    Testing suites could actually be a useful addition to the XSF's roles.

  519. jonas’

    MSavoritias (fae,ve), *these*?

  520. jonas’

    pep., *subtly points at '392*

  521. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    That want xhtml :P

  522. jonas’

    MSavoritias (fae,ve), yeah sure

  523. jonas’

    nothing else makes sense

  524. jonas’

    it's semantic, it's well-established, it's well-documented, it embeds perfectly in XMPP, which is already XML-based

  525. jonas’

    all other formats also come with their own non-trivial injection security issues.

  526. jonas’

    we should "just" solve that by providing test vectors which implementations need to pass for security checks

  527. jonas’

    '394 is a huge overly complex mess, '392 is a huge underly complex mess

  528. Zash

    the mess is constant, you can only move it around

  529. jonas’

    (note who is the author of '394 ...)

  530. jonas’

    s/'392/'393/ obviously, '392 is the best™

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  532. pep.

    jonas’, yeah 392, but again, that's not "The XSF", that's just you :)

  533. pep.

    Council could enforce this on accepting specs

  534. jonas’

    oh, I'm not listed as author of '394 anymore

  535. pep.

    I think you removed yourself

  536. jonas’


  537. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    Yeah. Accesibility, privacu and tests

  538. jonas’

    MSavoritias (fae,ve), then maybe for context, I wrote the initial version of '394 before I realized that it's not a good way forward

  539. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    Yeah. Its not a good idea sending stuff out of band imo

  540. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    The text should be structured itself

  541. jonas’


  542. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    Like markdown or xhtml

  543. jonas’

    markdown is not structuring of the text itself

  544. jonas’

    (like '393 is not)

  545. jonas’

    there is no clear separation of text and content

  546. jonas’

    there is no clear separation of text and structure

  547. jonas’

    but I'm not going down *that* rabbithole tonight

  548. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    In the sense that the text tells you how to. 394 Seems like it adds it in the metadata

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  550. MSavoritias (fae,ve)

    Which is an odd place

  551. jonas’

    pep. can explain all that to you

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  554. pep.

    jonas’, yeah we've been going over it again in other channels..

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  556. pep.

    For the past few days

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  558. jonas’

    good thing I was too distracted to pay attention

  559. jonas’

    I guess I'll distract myself for anothe few days until this storm blows over again

  560. pep.

    You're not in there!

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    Someday it'll be big enough for someone(tm) to resubmit it, and then it'll be chaos again for some time

  564. pep.

    I'm tring to gather some thoughts around why conveying intent is important (and actually the whole point of the protocol to me)

  565. pep.

    I'm tring to gather some thoughts around why conveying intent is important (and actually the whole point of a protocol to me)

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