XSF Discussion - 2023-02-14

  1. pep.

    https://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0085.html Why is it that <active> can't happen after <paused>? (Looking at the diagram). What do clients do?

  2. jonas’

    when would you need that transition?

  3. jonas’

    active implies "no text in input but window open", somewhat, to reach that from paused you have to go through composing

  4. jonas’

    though why is there no transition from inactive to paused?

  5. pep.


  6. pep.

    I guess yeah one would have to go through "composing", though I wonder if a client sends two stanzas in a row if for example I press Down in poezio (clearing the input) :/

  7. pep.

    That seems a bit useless

  8. Daniel

    Yes I treat active and inactive as the same state essentially. I go from inactive to composing to

  9. Daniel

    Because for privacy reasons I don't actually use 'active'

  10. Daniel

    I don't think my contact needs to know that "I'm looking at the chat"

  11. Zash

    But, doesn't the chat marker do pretty much that?

  12. Daniel

    Only for unread messages

  13. Link Mauve

    jonas’, in XEP-0392, “Contrast Ratio considerations” points to an undefined #accessibility-cr anchor.

  14. Link Mauve

    ITYM #access.

  15. goffi

    ralphm: I have not feedback from you, and the deadline if somebody can attend the DMA workshorp in person in Brussels is tomorrow at noon.

  16. MattJ

    goffi: if this is something that needs XSF attention, email info@xmpp.org and it will go to several board members

  17. goffi

    MattJ: alright, doing it now, thanks!

  18. goffi

    MattJ: sent, did you get it? (I often end up in SPAM folder apparently)

  19. MattJ

    goffi: no, I can't seem to find anything (including in my spam)

  20. MattJ

    Now I have it