[jitsi-dev] Fwd: [JIRA] Closed: (JITSI-1067) Connection crashes on video call with incompatible settings


#1

Hi everyone,

I would like to discuss the following issue. I headed straight to the
JIRA-Page and thus did not see the message on the Bugs Page.

Best Regards,
Lars

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emcho closed JITSI-1067.
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    Resolution: Invalid

Hello and thanks for your report!

Note however that as our "Bugs and Issues" page [0] explains, we expect
reports to be submitted in the issue tracker once they have been
discussed and confirmed as such on our dev mailing list [1]. This is
really important to us and we've tried to make it clear throughout the
site. You may also like to check the following page [2] for the
rationale behind our decision.

For all these reason I'll be marking this issue as Invalid. Feel free to
repost it on dev@jitsi.java.net and we will of course reopen it if
necessary.

[0] http://www.jitsi.org/index.php/Development/BugsAndIssues
[1] dev@jitsi.java.net
[2] http://producingoss.com/en/bug-tracker.html#bug-filtering

P.S. On a side note, we would be interested to know how you reached the
issue tracker without seeing any of the notes where we ask users not to
submit issues without discussing them with the developers first.
P.P.S. Please let us know if you have already discussed this issue with
someone and you have already been asked to create it here.

Connection crashes on video call with incompatible settings
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                Key: JITSI-1067
                URL: http://java.net/jira/browse/JITSI-1067
            Project: jitsi
         Issue Type: Bug
   Affects Versions: 1.0
        Environment: Linux x64, Ubuntu 12.04
           Reporter: Lars_Kumbier
           Priority: Critical
        Attachments: jitsi.log

When trying to make a video- or audiocall from or to the current Gajim stable (0.15) over XMPP with a googlemail account, the connection of Jitsi is terminated and the client is forced offline. A re-connect is immediatly done, but still the crash throws off all current connections, which is a major issue. The log attached is done via "jitsi -d" and immediatly after the call, the error with the addressbook is *not* related to this issue, as it is another client.
STEPS TO REPRODUCE:
(1) Install Jitsi Stable (1.0-r3967)
(2) Install Gajim Stable (0.15)
(3) Connect two separate accounts on each client with XMPP
(4) Add the two accounts
(5) Create an audio- or videocall

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#2

Hey Lars,

This is probably due to the fact that we don't currently support
Jingle file transfers and just the inband ones. We are currently
working on this.

That said, I am not sure why Gajim would attempt to send us files via
Jingle when we are not advertising it.

Cheers,
Emil

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On Wed, Aug 1, 2012 at 11:04 AM, Lars Kumbier <larsscheithauer@googlemail.com> wrote:

Hi everyone,

I would like to discuss the following issue. I headed straight to the
JIRA-Page and thus did not see the message on the Bugs Page.

Best Regards,
Lars

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emcho closed JITSI-1067.
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    Resolution: Invalid

Hello and thanks for your report!

Note however that as our "Bugs and Issues" page [0] explains, we expect
reports to be submitted in the issue tracker once they have been
discussed and confirmed as such on our dev mailing list [1]. This is
really important to us and we've tried to make it clear throughout the
site. You may also like to check the following page [2] for the
rationale behind our decision.

For all these reason I'll be marking this issue as Invalid. Feel free to
repost it on dev@jitsi.java.net and we will of course reopen it if
necessary.

[0] http://www.jitsi.org/index.php/Development/BugsAndIssues
[1] dev@jitsi.java.net
[2] http://producingoss.com/en/bug-tracker.html#bug-filtering

P.S. On a side note, we would be interested to know how you reached the
issue tracker without seeing any of the notes where we ask users not to
submit issues without discussing them with the developers first.
P.P.S. Please let us know if you have already discussed this issue with
someone and you have already been asked to create it here.

Connection crashes on video call with incompatible settings
-----------------------------------------------------------

                Key: JITSI-1067
                URL: http://java.net/jira/browse/JITSI-1067
            Project: jitsi
         Issue Type: Bug
   Affects Versions: 1.0
        Environment: Linux x64, Ubuntu 12.04
           Reporter: Lars_Kumbier
           Priority: Critical
        Attachments: jitsi.log

When trying to make a video- or audiocall from or to the current Gajim stable (0.15) over XMPP with a googlemail account, the connection of Jitsi is terminated and the client is forced offline. A re-connect is immediatly done, but still the crash throws off all current connections, which is a major issue. The log attached is done via "jitsi -d" and immediatly after the call, the error with the addressbook is *not* related to this issue, as it is another client.
STEPS TO REPRODUCE:
(1) Install Jitsi Stable (1.0-r3967)
(2) Install Gajim Stable (0.15)
(3) Connect two separate accounts on each client with XMPP
(4) Add the two accounts
(5) Create an audio- or videocall

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