[jitsi-users] launching Jitsi with XMPP URIs


#1

If I do:

   /usr/bin/jitsi xmpp:user@example.org

then Jitsi starts an XMPP call to user@example.org

XEP-0032[1] specifies some URI query parameters (there are more in the
registry[2]), e.g.

   xmpp:user@example.org?message

should start a chat session instead of a phone call. However, using
this syntax, Jitsi complains "Unknown param: message"

Should this be supported or is anybody working on it already?

Is it intended that an XMPP URI without a parameter will always start a
phone call, or should we ask the XMPP people to add explicit parameters
to the registry for voice call and video call?

Are there any alternative query parameters that Jitsi accepts for XMPP?

1. http://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0032.html#sect-idp1520416

2. http://xmpp.org/registrar/querytypes.html


#2

If I do:

   /usr/bin/jitsi xmpp:user@example.org

then Jitsi starts an XMPP call to user@example.org

oops, it is the opposite - Jitsi starts a phone call for SIP URIs, but
for XMPP URIs it is always starting a chat session.

···

On 01/08/14 11:30, Daniel Pocock wrote:

XEP-0032[1] specifies some URI query parameters (there are more in the
registry[2]), e.g.

   xmpp:user@example.org?message

should start a chat session instead of a phone call. However, using
this syntax, Jitsi complains "Unknown param: message"

Should this be supported or is anybody working on it already?

Is it intended that an XMPP URI without a parameter will always start a
phone call, or should we ask the XMPP people to add explicit parameters
to the registry for voice call and video call?

Are there any alternative query parameters that Jitsi accepts for XMPP?

1. http://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0032.html#sect-idp1520416

2. http://xmpp.org/registrar/querytypes.html

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