Thanks for such a clear and informative answer! I can see the issue
clearly, again, perfect response!
Would it be possible for Jitsi to gain a 'call resource' feature, for if
you were aware of the resource? AS I see, this would mimic the idea of
people trying to cal a 'known' home phone number, but in XMPP. This
would then allow the use of a server-side 'Call redirect agent' plugin,
if you were to give out a jid of email@example.com/agent for example.
That would prevent people who don't want to be contacted without
approval from being bothered or harassed, while allowing the extra
functionality. Without a server plugin, it would still allow me to call
a known computer, such as my colleagues' Media PC.
What do you think?
On 14/01/14 13:46, Emil Ivov wrote:
This is an XMPP/Jingle limitation (or maybe feature). Jingle requests
(such as the ones that initiate a call) are sent in XMPP IQs. IQs,
according to XMPP can only be sent to full jids: