[jitsi-dev] support for chatroom bookmarks (XEP-0048)


#1

Has the team considered adding support for chatroom bookmarks
(XEP-0048)? It's a handy feature for those of us who hang out in XMPP
MUC rooms all day. :wink:

Peter

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#2

Not yet but it definitely sounds useful. Adding it to our roadmap now ...
hopefully we'll find a victim to work on this soon enough ;).

All, if you are looking for ways to join the project, this sounds like a
good way!

Cheers,
Emil

路路路

On Fri, Feb 8, 2013 at 11:49 AM, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter@stpeter.im>wrote:

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Has the team considered adding support for chatroom bookmarks
(XEP-0048)? It's a handy feature for those of us who hang out in XMPP
MUC rooms all day. :wink:

Peter

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Peter Saint-Andre
https://stpeter.im/

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#3

Thanks, Emil!

Practically speaking, it depends on "private storage":

http://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0049.html

We've been working to deprecate private storage in favor of pubsub,
but it's widely deployed. You know how that goes!

Peter

P.S. I plan to start using Jitsi full-time, so I might have other
inquiries in the near future. :wink:

路路路

On 2/8/13 9:52 AM, Emil Ivov wrote:

Not yet but it definitely sounds useful. Adding it to our roadmap
now ... hopefully we'll find a victim to work on this soon enough
;).

All, if you are looking for ways to join the project, this sounds
like a good way!

Cheers, Emil

On Fri, Feb 8, 2013 at 11:49 AM, Peter Saint-Andre > <stpeter@stpeter.im>wrote:

Has the team considered adding support for chatroom bookmarks
(XEP-0048)? It's a handy feature for those of us who hang out in
XMPP MUC rooms all day. :wink:

Peter


#4

Emil and Peter,

great panel discussion at FOSDEM. Watched it today and enjoyed it a lot.

You guys are doing amazing work and my hat is off to you!

Hope that all those decentralized solutions will start to communicate more with each other and allow their networks to grow and interlink stronger.

Looking forward to a successful 2013 for you guys.

All the best,
steve


#5

Emil and Peter,

great panel discussion at FOSDEM. Watched it today and enjoyed it
a lot.

You guys are doing amazing work and my hat is off to you!

Thanks for the kind words.

Hope that all those decentralized solutions will start to
communicate more with each other and allow their networks to grow
and interlink stronger.

Agreed. The first step for me is to install buddycloud, StatusNet, and
a SIP server at my VPS so that I can see how they work. I'd be curious
to hear feedback from people who install an XMPP server like ejabberd,
Mongoose, Prosody (what I use at my domain), or Tigase. Extra credit
if you write a report for posting at freeyourspeech.org. :slight_smile:

Looking forward to a successful 2013 for you guys.

To you, too. And expecially to us = the community of people who care
about secure, decentralized communication.

Peter

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Peter Saint-Andre
https://stpeter.im/

路路路

On 2/8/13 12:07 PM, Steve wrote:


#6

I have installed ejabberd server on Linux box. If it is interesting to you.
Works fine with jitsi including voice and video.

路路路

2013/2/8 Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter@stpeter.im>

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On 2/8/13 12:07 PM, Steve wrote:
> Emil and Peter,
>
> great panel discussion at FOSDEM. Watched it today and enjoyed it
> a lot.
>
> You guys are doing amazing work and my hat is off to you!

Thanks for the kind words.

> Hope that all those decentralized solutions will start to
> communicate more with each other and allow their networks to grow
> and interlink stronger.

Agreed. The first step for me is to install buddycloud, StatusNet, and
a SIP server at my VPS so that I can see how they work. I'd be curious
to hear feedback from people who install an XMPP server like ejabberd,
Mongoose, Prosody (what I use at my domain), or Tigase. Extra credit
if you write a report for posting at freeyourspeech.org. :slight_smile:

> Looking forward to a successful 2013 for you guys.

To you, too. And expecially to us = the community of people who care
about secure, decentralized communication.

Peter

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Peter Saint-Andre
https://stpeter.im/

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