[jitsi-dev] MSN protocol


#1

Hi all,

there seems to be a change in the servers and the applicationID that
is used by the java-jml lib is no longer working.
There are reports that this can be fixed, but seems there are
complains that some accounts/contacts are not seen as online.
Anyway, do you think we should remove the msn protocol as it is no
longer working and the end of life for the server was 1st of November?
Should we remove it from building, or we should also remove the
protocol sources and libs, they will stay in the history of git of
course?

Regards
damencho


#2

there seems to be a change in the servers and the applicationID that is
used by the java-jml lib is no longer working. There are reports that
this can be fixed

For how long until the next applicationID becomes invalid again?

, but seems there are complains that some
accounts/contacts are not seen as online. Anyway, do you think we should
remove the msn protocol as it is no longer working and the end of life
for the server was 1st of November?

The vast majority of people outside of China stopped using it after April
2013 when they were forced to migrate to Skype.

Should we remove it from building,
or we should also remove the protocol sources and libs, they will stay
in the history of git of course?

+1 for removing it completely

Regards
damencho

Ingo


#3

Fine with removing it. (Anyone can think of a serious reason not to? )

We can keep the code in but let's make sure no jars get built and distributed.

ยทยทยท

On Thu, Nov 20, 2014 at 9:36 AM, Ingo Bauersachs <ingo@jitsi.org> wrote:

there seems to be a change in the servers and the applicationID that is
used by the java-jml lib is no longer working. There are reports that
this can be fixed

For how long until the next applicationID becomes invalid again?

, but seems there are complains that some
accounts/contacts are not seen as online. Anyway, do you think we should
remove the msn protocol as it is no longer working and the end of life
for the server was 1st of November?

The vast majority of people outside of China stopped using it after April
2013 when they were forced to migrate to Skype.

Should we remove it from building,
or we should also remove the protocol sources and libs, they will stay
in the history of git of course?

+1 for removing it completely

Regards
damencho

Ingo

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