[jitsi-dev] OTR chats are not terminated


#1

What i did:
start an otr conversation with somebody, shut down my computer without
manualy terminating it.

What happened:
the otr conversation was not terminated so my partner wrote some
messages which i was unable to read

What i expected to happen:
Jitsi should have terminated all OTR conversations when a user quits
- --
Yannik V�lker


#2

I commented on this in a different thread, unfortunately it didn't get
much attention. It makes OTR essentially unusable for users with poor
computing knowledge.

Gibberbot for Android has the correct action (by default it
automatically establishes OTR chats with no user intervention).

···

On Fri, 12 Jul 2013, at 02:32 AM, Yannik Völker wrote:

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What i did:
start an otr conversation with somebody, shut down my computer without
manualy terminating it.

What happened:
the otr conversation was not terminated so my partner wrote some
messages which i was unable to read

What i expected to happen:
Jitsi should have terminated all OTR conversations when a user quits
- --
Yannik Völker
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#3

As others and I have already mentioned on a few occasions: this is not
about mailing list attention. We simply have no one working on OTR which is
the main reason it's not particularly user friendly. We are very open to
contributions so if anyone wants to dive into this, now's a great time to
step out!

Emil

--sent from my mobile

···

On Jul 12, 2013 3:16 AM, "David O'Shaughnessy" <x@osh.id.au> wrote:

I commented on this in a different thread, unfortunately it didn't get
much attention. It makes OTR essentially unusable for users with poor
computing knowledge.

Gibberbot for Android has the correct action (by default it
automatically establishes OTR chats with no user intervention).

On Fri, 12 Jul 2013, at 02:32 AM, Yannik Völker wrote:
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> Hash: SHA1
>
> What i did:
> start an otr conversation with somebody, shut down my computer without
> manualy terminating it.
>
> What happened:
> the otr conversation was not terminated so my partner wrote some
> messages which i was unable to read
>
> What i expected to happen:
> Jitsi should have terminated all OTR conversations when a user quits
> - --
> Yannik Völker
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#4

I should say that Gibberbot automatically re-establishes an OTR chat
after even one party has quit their chat program and returns (which
fails under Jitsi to Jitsi, or Jitsi to Adium OTR chats).

···

On Fri, 12 Jul 2013, at 10:46 AM, David O'Shaughnessy wrote:

I commented on this in a different thread, unfortunately it didn't get
much attention. It makes OTR essentially unusable for users with poor
computing knowledge.

Gibberbot for Android has the correct action (by default it
automatically establishes OTR chats with no user intervention).

On Fri, 12 Jul 2013, at 02:32 AM, Yannik Völker wrote:
> -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
> Hash: SHA1
>
> What i did:
> start an otr conversation with somebody, shut down my computer without
> manualy terminating it.
>
> What happened:
> the otr conversation was not terminated so my partner wrote some
> messages which i was unable to read
>
> What i expected to happen:
> Jitsi should have terminated all OTR conversations when a user quits
> - --
> Yannik Völker
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#5

Indeed it does. I don't remember if we already have a ticket for that
but feel free to create one so that we can get to this if and when
someone volunteers to work on OTR.

Make sure you have OTR in the title.

Cheers,
Emil

···

On Fri, Jul 12, 2013 at 3:55 AM, David O'Shaughnessy <dave@osh.id.au> wrote:

I should say that Gibberbot automatically re-establishes an OTR chat
after even one party has quit their chat program and returns (which
fails under Jitsi to Jitsi, or Jitsi to Adium OTR chats).

On Fri, 12 Jul 2013, at 10:46 AM, David O'Shaughnessy wrote:

I commented on this in a different thread, unfortunately it didn't get
much attention. It makes OTR essentially unusable for users with poor
computing knowledge.

Gibberbot for Android has the correct action (by default it
automatically establishes OTR chats with no user intervention).

On Fri, 12 Jul 2013, at 02:32 AM, Yannik Völker wrote:
> -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
> Hash: SHA1
>
> What i did:
> start an otr conversation with somebody, shut down my computer without
> manualy terminating it.
>
> What happened:
> the otr conversation was not terminated so my partner wrote some
> messages which i was unable to read
>
> What i expected to happen:
> Jitsi should have terminated all OTR conversations when a user quits
> - --
> Yannik Völker
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