XSF Discussion - 2020-03-11

  1. rion


  2. flow

    jonas’, re xep390, how big are the changes? would it motivate you do update the xep given that xep390 is likely to be approached by gsoc students as teaser task?

  3. flow

    (at least for smack it is a teaser task)

  4. jonas’

    flow, hm, I’d have to look into my notes/stashes

  5. wurstsalat

    Hi! I just found this while searching for XMPP RFCs: https://xmpp.org/rfcs/index.shtml

  6. wurstsalat

    Is there an up-to-date version?

  7. jonas’

    I’d start off RFC 6120, RFC 6121 and RFC 6122 and check the Updated By fields

  8. jonas’

    I don’t think we have more up-to-date info on the website

  9. jonas’

    though a bunch of RFCs are listed at the top of this page: https://xmpp.org/extensions/

  10. Zash

    a few RFCs are listed at the top of https://xmpp.org/extensions/

  11. Zash

    index.shtml is something ancient tho

  12. jonas’

    should probably be removed (or updated and integrated into the remainder of the website)

  13. wurstsalat

    Thanks! :)

  14. jonas’


  15. pep.

    I'm not exactly happy with how we handle discussions in PRs (or don't, rather). We redirect people to the list but it's not like there was a thread for each small change that makes it as PR

  16. flow

    pep., you obviously sometimes need to create the thread

  17. pep.

    you, me? the editor? Or the author or the PR? Or the one who wants to react "but not on github"?

  18. pep.

    *of the

  19. jonas’

    pep., if there was already discussion in the PR, the ideal thing for an editor to do would be to spawn a thread quoting the discussion

  20. jonas’

    (and then link it in the PR and lock the PR)

  21. flow

    pep the person wanting to comment the PR

  22. rion likes PR comments a lot

  23. Zash

    Comments on Github don't count!

  24. emus

    cool, Dino does properly highlight nicks

  25. Ken Starr

    https://fsfellowship.eu/shaming-and-suicide-movies/ (FSFE et Debian)

  26. Ken Starr

    oh, wrong room