XSF Discussion - 2018-06-27

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  127. Ge0rG Sam is bringing up a point. How do you protect a web service from files uploaded by users?
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  129. jonasw context?
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  131. Ge0rG I upload a html+js file via http-upload, share the link with you, it's executed in your browser, I get your webchat / account login session cookie
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  133. jonasw right, this should probably be in the security considerations
  134. jonasw but I don’t see where he brings that up
  135. Ge0rG the c.im cookie is only valid for account.c.im, so this specific issue doesn't apply
  136. Ge0rG standards, three days ago, re Council Minutes 2018-06-20
  137. jonasw (the solutions I’ve seen so far is to (a) be careful with the domain you choose for your upload service and (b) use Content-Disposition: attachment with anything which may contain executable code)
  138. jonasw sure, I see that mail, but not what you’re saying in it :)
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  141. Ge0rG maybe I extended the focus of the question slightly. the general question was about "executable content"
  142. Ge0rG whatever that is.
  143. jonasw right
  144. Ge0rG there is nothing about content-disposition in the XEP
  145. jonasw somehow I didn’t get at all what that bullet point was trying to say
  146. jonasw but what you interpret into it kinda makes sense
  147. Ge0rG this is actually something I didn't have on my agenda on the last LC.
  148. jonasw or maybe not, I’m not sure. I think when I first read it I thought something along the lines of "okay, a client really should not download and run an .exe, but that’s obvious"
  149. Ge0rG ponders between "+1 but" and "-1 because"
  150. jonasw I think those are mostly operational concerns which will probably evolve with how the web treats content in the future.
  151. jonasw (nothing specific in mind)
  152. jonasw they’re also not directly related to XMPP
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  154. jonasw so I would probably not block based on that
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  157. jonasw they also don’t require a namespace bump or otherwise interaction with the entities implementing the protocol, AFAICT
  158. Ge0rG yes
  159. Ge0rG we are only giving server operators a huge, back-facing gun.
  160. Ge0rG nothing wrong with that.
  161. jonasw that’s not what I wanted to s ay
  162. jonasw I wanted to say that it should be expected that we have to modify this in the future anyways, so modifying it right when it goes to draft should be ok too (regarding your "+1 but").
  163. Ge0rG yeah, also don't want to be an asshole for security's sake. I played that card last time already.
  164. jonasw this should be fixed ASAP, but blocking advancement based on that might not help with that
  165. jonasw (something something demotivating authors something)
  166. Ge0rG yeah, that.
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  187. goffi Hi, nobody answered my remarks on expiration date for HTTP upload, does anybody care? It seems a major point to me.
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  190. jonasw goffi, I can’t recall your feedback. I think it would help the discussion if you would provide a link to your feedback.
  191. goffi jonasw: https://mail.jabber.org/pipermail/standards/2018-June/035181.html
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  193. jonasw goffi, I now recall that email. I do remember that you wrote it, but I also remember not seeing this as particularly important
  194. goffi you don't think expiration date is important ?
  195. jonasw maybe you should clarify on the mailing list why you think this is particularly important
  196. jonasw I’m not sure it’s extremely important to have this on the protocol.
  197. goffi we upload file on a server, we don't know for how long, and we have no access to it then.
  198. jonasw I’m not sure it’s extremely important to have this on the protocol level, it should be included in the Privacy Policy for sure.
  199. goffi jonasw: OK I'll try to explain more, thanks for feedback, I had the feeling to be ignored which is quite frustrating as it is a major point to me (even if it's to say that it's not that important for whatever reason).
  200. jonasw sure
  201. jonasw I fully understand that
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  203. jonasw to me, it really did not come across to me that you thought that this is an important point, mostly because it lacked any rationale
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  206. jonasw (typically when I try to raise a point I think is important, I’ll put a rationale on it *why* I think its important.)
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  210. daniel goffi: in parts that was due to me being extremely busy with work these days. And in parts I was taking the easy way out and was waiting for someone to write a me too or something
  211. jonasw daniel, FWIW, I think this is a good idea and supplements the work I was aiming to do with ToS.
  212. jonasw I also think that this can easily be added later because it’s a data form \o/
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  215. daniel yeah i’m ok with just putting it in there as an optional data form field
  216. daniel but I don’t see a technical use case for it because it won’t be reliable anyway
  217. daniel i see it as a pure TOS informational thing
  218. jonasw maybe
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  222. goffi jonasw: indeed, I've made a new message. daniel: OK, thanks to come in the discussion here, I've sent a new message to explain. I know it's not reliable, but it's informational, and there is a relation of trust with a server anyway (if I can trust retention date, I can't trust anything). It's the same with ToS.
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  227. Ge0rG Did you just add data forms to http upload?
  228. goffi the think with putting it in the HTTP Upload XEP is to make it mandatory. If it's not, nobody will set the data. Also the HTTP Upoad Component probably knows when the files are deleted so it can be set automatically.
  229. jonasw Ge0rG, they were always there
  230. jonasw Ge0rG, in disco#info
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  232. daniel goffi, i see and agree with most of your points. and don’t think the suggested solution is a very good one or a solution at all
  233. Ge0rG Ah
  234. daniel if anything we would need the client to mark a file as permanent (for avatars or blogs posts) or shortlived
  235. daniel and maybe a deletion command
  236. jonasw daniel, +1
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  239. daniel just putting the information in there on how long a server might store it doesn't do anything
  240. daniel or very very little
  241. daniel i mean what i'm a supposed to do? reupload the avatar every 30 days?
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  243. goffi having a way to specify retention time in the request would be better, my email is not discarding this option.
  244. Ge0rG Permanent storage requirements will break my GDPR compliance script... 🤔
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  246. Ge0rG Or we need to have multiple upload components for temporary and permanent storage
  247. jonasw ew
  248. goffi daniel: is is possible to write your comments on standard@ even in a short email, so we can have other people input?
  249. Kev I imagine it's generally down to local policy.
  250. jonasw Ge0rG, your component could implement this trivially by putting permanant files in a different directory (and reflecting that in the URL)
  251. Kev But avatars are an exception as they are 'always' permanent.
  252. daniel jonasw, yeah. the problem with that is that you still need some policy on the server that prevents stupid clients from always using the permanent store
  253. daniel and cluttering your file system
  254. Kev Do you?
  255. Kev I mean, you can always have usage limits.
  256. jonasw daniel, quotas? and explicit request for permanent storage so that stupid clients need to be actively stupid at least
  257. jonasw then it blows up in their face for reaching quotas and you’re done :)
  258. jonasw quotas can be really small for permanent storage on IM deployments, 10 MiB or something
  259. jonasw that’ll be reached extremely quickly
  260. daniel jonasw, yes and yes. but it makes implementations a bit more complicated then 'just put it in a different folder' is what i'm saying
  261. jonasw (when abused for sending gifs to MUCs)
  262. jonasw daniel, you need to have some type of quota anyways
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  264. daniel right. but then you need different quotas
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  267. jonasw that’s true
  268. daniel i'm not saying it can’t be done. but right now most http upload implementations are very very simple
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  270. jonasw indeed
  271. jonasw and I think if one went around and started abusing that, many servers would fail very quickly with ENOSPC
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  273. Ge0rG this sounds like a quick escalation from "file sharing" to "cloud storage provider"
  274. daniel yes
  275. daniel especially if you start doing delete
  276. daniel and list files
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  278. jonasw just implement WebDAV with XMPP auth
  279. Ge0rG if you want to provide permanent storage, you need both listing and deletion. and quotas
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  281. jonasw actually, that doesn’t sound *too* bad for permanent HTTP-based storage.
  282. daniel that’s why i see a general desire to have those features but am hesitent to put them in the xep
  283. goffi that looks like the component I'm doing with Jingle.
  284. Ge0rG jonasw: but custom http headers for obscure aws servers!11!
  285. jonasw you’ll probably find a WebDAV library and servers which support WebDAV. just make the client pass some token in the HTTP Auth header and done.
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  287. goffi in this case why not keeping HTTP Upload for simple temporary storage, and specifying date of expiration, and having more elaborated components for stuff like avatar or blogs ?
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  289. jonasw goffi, this sounds very reasonable
  290. goffi and explicitly forbidding permanent storage with HTTP Upload
  291. jonasw I wouldn’t go that far
  292. daniel what’s the use case for the expiration then?
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  294. daniel *the expiration date
  295. goffi if we want to keep the implementation simple, which is the main interest of this XEP I think, permanent storage doesn't seem an option.
  296. goffi daniel: knowing when the file is deleted, how long we can still use the link.
  297. goffi I'm not confortable in uploading a picture if I don't know how long it will stay
  298. goffi I can encrypt, but I then have the feeling to waster resources.
  299. daniel apperently you are comfortable with sending messages without knowing how long they will stay in archive
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  301. daniel that's what the TOS are for…
  302. goffi I know how long they stay
  303. goffi on my server at least
  304. Kev How?
  305. jonasw you also know how long files are stored on your server ;-)
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  307. goffi right, but I have no MAM at the moment, so my server is not keeping anything. But the same question is valid for MAM I've never said the opposite.
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  309. daniel yeah i’m not sure that every feature in xmpp that has the ability to store something needs to signal it's own retention period
  310. goffi and about resource, it's not the same about a couple of message, and one or several MB files
  311. daniel my vcard service never report how long it will store that either
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  314. jonasw goffi, not your department; the server is responsible for managing the resources it offers to you.
  315. jonasw it must not rely on your goodwill
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  317. goffi daniel: in this case in ToS, but it may be mentioned in the XEP
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  319. goffi jonasw: I usually have different usage if I know I'm wasting resources
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  321. jonasw you shouldn’t
  322. goffi why ?
  323. Kev Sure you should. Wasteful is wasteful.
  324. jonasw it’s the servers responsibility to take care of that.
  325. Kev Whether it's you paying the bill or someone else doesn't change that.
  326. jonasw I mean right, uploading a screenshot of each message instead of the message itself *is* wasteful and you shouldn’t do that
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  328. goffi jonasw: put on an analogy, if I can choose between plastic and something else, and I know plastic can't be recycled correctly and something else can, I'll take something else.
  329. jonasw but I don’t think you should base your individual upload decisions on whether and which retention policy the server implements. you might base your decision which server to use on that, though (that makes sense to me for resource use and privacy reasons)
  330. goffi and don't say "once it's in the trash, it's not my problem"
  331. jonasw goffi, I’m not arguing against that, it makes sense. and choosing a server based on those factors may make a lot of sense.
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  333. goffi to get back to initial subject, it make sense to put this on ToS, but is there anyway to make it mandatory ? Or at least a SHOULD ?
  334. jonasw having this information in the disco#info is good, I think
  335. jonasw but we need to make the semantics clear
  336. goffi yes disco#info make sense
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  338. jonasw a service could have a dynamic retention time based on resource use for example. something like "at least 7 days, at most 14 days, and everything in between depends on how full our disk is". how would that be reflected? should the sevrice say 7 days (this will confuse users who expect their data to be gone after the threshold) or 14 days (which will confuse users who expect the data to be available up to the threshold)?
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  340. jonasw do we need a min-retention and max-retention field?
  341. Kev And how do you signal policy changes?
  342. goffi that's what framadrop is doing
  343. goffi large file => short rentention
  344. Kev You uploaded when it was a policy to keep for 30 days, and now the server is changed to 15.
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  346. goffi in this case it need to be returned in the HTTP Upload <IQ> result
  347. jonasw goffi, Expires header on the HTTP response would be my suggestion
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  349. jonasw (which gives a min-retention)
  350. goffi jonasw: I'm fine with that as long as it is explained in a XEP, either HTTP Upload itself, or a separated one mentioned in HTTP Upload.
  351. jonasw yupp
  352. goffi if it's not specified anywher, nobody will do it.
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  578. Maranda since we're in disco#info topic, a good chunk of, if not all of, the examples in https://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0045.html don't have the disco#info feature set (and apparently that's a MUST)
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  581. jonasw Maranda, I think it is generally understood that examples showing disco#info query replies are always exceprts
  582. Maranda is it?
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  584. Maranda 🤔
  585. Maranda 😁
  586. jonasw all the XEPs do that
  587. Maranda I see nothing that makes me assume that, but okay.
  588. goffi re: HTTP Upload, would a del URL as suggested by Tess Sterr be a big deal? I don't think it complicates too much on server side, and after it's up to the client to keep it or not.
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  590. jonasw Maranda, it’s easy. disco#info has the disco#info feature as MUST. it is not included. ergo, the examples are excerpts :)
  591. jonasw goffi, it’s not very useful IMO
  592. goffi jonasw: why ?
  593. MattJ goffi, I'm not strictly against it (especially if optional for the server), but just because there's a delete URL doesn't mean the file will stay until it's deleted
  594. jonasw it would require the client to save the URL somewhere, and the multi-client story isn’t tight either
  595. Maranda jonasw, if it was an excerpts I would expect some ... or around in 'em, https://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0045.html#disco-rooms don't look like excerpts (to myself at least).
  596. goffi it would solve the "oops I've uploaded nuclear codes" case, or at least reduce the problem.
  597. jonasw Maranda, that’s disco#items, not disco#info :)
  598. Maranda jonasw, disco#info examples are in there as well.
  599. Maranda brb
  600. jonasw Maranda, feel free to submit a patch which adds ... to all the disco#info examples
  601. goffi MattJ: I'm not sure to understand your sentence: "just because there's a delete URL doesn't mean the file will stay until it's deleted"
  602. goffi you mean if we want to upload it forever ?
  603. MattJ goffi, I was referring to the second part of your message, "and after it's up to the client to keep it or not"
  604. jonasw MattJ, that was referring to the delete URL I think
  605. MattJ Since earlier we were discussing retention times
  606. MattJ Oh, I see
  607. MattJ Ok, ignore me then :)
  608. goffi :)
  609. goffi but I think delete URL and retention time are complementary, and both are trivial to implement.
  610. MattJ I can certainly see value in DELETE, even if it only works from a single client it solves the "oops" problem
  611. goffi (where retention time can be "forever as long as you don't kill your quota")
  612. goffi daniel: ^
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  615. MattJ Though considering the "oops" problem, if your contact is online, they are probably already downloading your file, or downloaded it
  616. Zash Is that not an UX issue? That clients send stuff without any confirmation
  617. MattJ Does it ask for confirmation every time you press enter after typing a message?
  618. MattJ http://alistapart.com/article/neveruseawarning
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  622. goffi MattJ: you may not have shared the link already (think about blogging for instance)
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  624. goffi it's not solving 100% the oops, as long at it's gone in the wild, it's not possible anyway. But it does mitigate it for sure.
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  627. Ge0rG MattJ: embedding the chosen file as a preview in the input box with an explicit [send] action might improve the UX
  628. pep. I'd prefer a DELETE as well, rather than a delete link that's not deterministic, so clients don't have to store anything
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  631. MattJ pep., that can't work, because it needs auth
  632. pep. Right, maybe if we had a solution within xmpp already to upload files.. ah wait
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  634. pep. MattJ, not an HTTP verb then
  635. pep. Just send an iq or sth, with the generated url and a delete action? :/
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  637. Ge0rG pep.: and the iq response yields an URL that you can run HTTP DELETE on?
  638. goffi pep.: but then you have to keep generated URL, it's the same as a delete URL.
  639. Ge0rG How to get rid of the inadvertently uploaded file in 12 easy steps.
  640. pep. Ge0rG, no, just tells you "yes it's deleted"
  641. pep. goffi, that's in the message already
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  644. Ge0rG pep.: but that doesn't work with external upload servers
  645. pep. Ge0rG, the answer of that external upload server doesn't go back through the xmpp server?
  646. pep. Ah wait no it's http..
  647. pep. pff
  648. goffi pep.: only if you are in a chat use case.
  649. pep. goffi, what's the other use case?
  650. Zash Avatar use for one
  651. pep. :(
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  653. pep. seriously.. don't we already have stuff for that
  654. goffi yep, I was about to say blog, but you have the URL there too
  655. pep. Well in any case you already have the url in the message
  656. goffi and for avatar we can find it
  657. pep. Or the blog post, or the vcard, or..
  658. goffi so it's not a bad suggestion actually.
  659. pep. external upload server is going to be annoying
  660. pep. is there a way to predict that url, from the xmpp server, or is that handled by the upload server all the way down
  661. Zash Turtles
  662. MattJ pep., not without storing something
  663. pep. Do we care really? The xmpp server can tell the upload thing, "YOU SHALL USE THIS ID"
  664. Guus (I'm a big fan of servers shouting stuff to things)
  665. pep. :)
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  667. pep. Well either the servers stores, or the client stores
  668. pep. You decide
  669. MattJ pep., to be clear, there is no communication between Prosody and an external upload server, other than the admin giving them a shared secret
  670. pep. MattJ, yeah I got that bit
  671. pep. :/
  672. pep. So, server devs vs client devs fight?
  673. MattJ Has been going on for nearly two decades :)
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  675. pep. Good luck
  676. Zash Is it not just a branch of the still ongoing mainfraimes vs fat workstations war?
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  679. edhelas now we have both, big cloud-mainframes and fat terminals to run big JS apps
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  683. Ge0rG the current round is serverless clown infrastructure
  684. Ge0rG But then again, Metal-as-a-Service is a thing too
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  713. Zash Maybe editor/iteam-related... but what if the XEP revision history was also made into an RSS feed?
  714. edhelas Zash we could even use a feed system built in XMPP, with publications or subscriptions 🤔 wait
  715. Zash Yes, put them into pubsub.xmpp.org!!
  716. MattJ I think I suggested this ~10 years ago
  717. Ge0rG We could just http upload an atom xml
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  719. Zash (When I say RSS, I mean Atom)
  720. edhelas Zash https://github.com/edhelas/atomtopubsub :)
  721. Zash yes yes and https://modules.prosody.im/mod_pubsub_feeds.html
  722. edhelas :)
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  729. Zash and https://modules.prosody.im/mod_pubsub_post.html
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  738. edhelas https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=17408041
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  741. daniel that reminds me that i still have feedback for activity pub
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  747. Ge0rG daniel: could you add a subsection about properly securing a http upload service in a way that won't allow uploading of html/js to compromise other web applications on the same infrastructure? e.g. an account login portal, or a webchat client
  748. MattJ Hmm, was there a standard for adding custom non-standard items in e.g. a MUC configuration form?
  749. MattJ I vaguely recall something, but I can't remember if it was just a discussion or actually a standard
  750. MattJ Aha, found in XEP-0068
  751. Zash -xep 68
  752. Bunneh Zash: Field Standardization for Data Forms (Informational, Active, 2012-05-28) See: https://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0068.html
  753. MattJ https://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0068.html#approach-fieldnames
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  870. flow Kev, Steve Kille: you are currently pursuing user#channel@domain(/resource) as MIX JID, is that still correct?
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  886. Steve Kille flow: yes. The spec of this is now in XEP-403, as this encoding is not needed for the basic message distribution specified in MIX core. This encoding is used for sharing presence status of MIX participants and to address Mix participants through the channel. The discussion concluded that it was desirable that each participant bare JID was unique to the participant.
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