[jitsi-users] Problem with multiple servers and password protected channels


#1

I'm using Jitsi for two different XMPP-Servers and on each server I want to be set in password protected chatrooms automatically.

This works fine for the first server, but not for the second server - each time I have to reenter the passwort for the chatroom there again.

I think this is a bug.

Viele Grüße

Andreas Rittershofer

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#2

I'm using Jitsi for two different XMPP-Servers and on each server I want to be set in password protected chatrooms automatically.

This works fine for the first server, but not for the second server - each time I have to reenter the passwort for the chatroom there again.

I think this is a bug.

Yes, sounds like one.

Could you please open a ticket?

Thanks,
Emil

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On 27.11.12, 16:56, Andreas Rittershofer wrote:

Viele Grüße

Andreas Rittershofer

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https://jitsi.org


#3

And therefore I first must subscribe the dev-mailinglist and discuss it there?

Viele Grüße

Andreas Rittershofer

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Am 27.11.2012 um 17:01 schrieb Emil Ivov:

On 27.11.12, 16:56, Andreas Rittershofer wrote:

I'm using Jitsi for two different XMPP-Servers and on each server I want to be set in password protected chatrooms automatically.

This works fine for the first server, but not for the second server - each time I have to reenter the passwort for the chatroom there again.

I think this is a bug.

Yes, sounds like one.

Could you please open a ticket?

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#4

I'm using Jitsi for two different XMPP-Servers and on each server I want to be set in password protected chatrooms automatically.

This works fine for the first server, but not for the second server - each time I have to reenter the passwort for the chatroom there again.

I think this is a bug.

Yes, sounds like one.

Could you please open a ticket?

And therefore I first must subscribe the dev-mailinglist and discuss it there?

No there's no need to do this, you have already received a developer's
acknowledgement, so just opening the ticket would be enough.

Thanks,
Emil

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On 27.11.12, 17:05, Andreas Rittershofer wrote:

Am 27.11.2012 um 17:01 schrieb Emil Ivov:

On 27.11.12, 16:56, Andreas Rittershofer wrote:

Viele Grüße

Andreas Rittershofer

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https://jitsi.org


#5

Maybee you should point that one out on your wobsite, as this was asked
twice in the last few days.
Maybee you should start a blag to post some impressions of the
development-process there.

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Am 27.11.2012 17:11, schrieb Emil Ivov:

No there's no need to do this, you have already received a developer's
acknowledgement, so just opening the ticket would be enough.

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Yannik Völker


#6

Well in general the dev list is the preferred place for discussions and
we'd prefer people to to start them there because that's where most of
the devs are focusing.

Also, we wanted to make rules simple and just say "drop a mail on dev".
Apparently people still seem to prefer to start a discussion on users.
When a developer can confirm them there then that's fine.

Emil

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On 27.11.12, 22:15, Yannik Völker wrote:

Am 27.11.2012 17:11, schrieb Emil Ivov:

No there's no need to do this, you have already received a developer's
acknowledgement, so just opening the ticket would be enough.

Maybee you should point that one out on your wobsite, as this was asked
twice in the last few days.
Maybee you should start a blag to post some impressions of the
development-process there.


#7

Of course the people write to the users list. They are users not devs. At
least this was part of my intention to write my feature suggestion mails to
this list. (Other part was „maybe other users could help me too“)

And for the part of „please open a ticket“ the demanded short info is:

Please open a Ticket at the java.net Issue Tracking System which is located
here: http://java.net/jira/browse/JITSI
To open a new issue you need an account for java.net as public/anonymous
issue creation is not allowed.
The sign up page for such an account is here: https://java.net/people/new

Regards
Carsten

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On Wed, Nov 28, 2012 at 6:14 PM, Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

On 27.11.12, 22:15, Yannik Völker wrote:
> Am 27.11.2012 17:11, schrieb Emil Ivov:
>> No there's no need to do this, you have already received a developer's
>> acknowledgement, so just opening the ticket would be enough.
> Maybee you should point that one out on your website, as this was asked
> twice in the last few days.
> Maybee you should start a blag to post some impressions of the
> development-process there.

Well in general the dev list is the preferred place for discussions and
we'd prefer people to to start them there because that's where most of
the devs are focusing.

Also, we wanted to make rules simple and just say "drop a mail on dev".
Apparently people still seem to prefer to start a discussion on users.
When a developer can confirm them there then that's fine.

Emil


#8

Of course the people write to the users list. They are users not devs. At
least this was part of my intention to write my feature suggestion mails
to this list. (Other part was „maybe other users could help me too“)

I didn't mean to imply there was a problem with this. Quite on the contrary.

And for the part of „please open a ticket“ the demanded short info is:

Please open a Ticket at the java.net Issue Tracking System which is
located here: http://java.net/jira/browse/JITSI
To open a new issue you need an account for java.net as public/
anonymous issue creation is not allowed.
The sign up page for such an account is here: https://java.net/people/
new

Are you saying that the above information was hard for you to find?

I suppose we could add a ref to our bugs and issues page when asking users
to open tickets.

Emil

--sent from my mobile

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On Nov 29, 2012 1:46 AM, <singub+all@gmail.com> wrote:

Regards
Carsten

On Wed, Nov 28, 2012 at 6:14 PM, Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

On 27.11.12, 22:15, Yannik Völker wrote:
> Am 27.11.2012 17:11, schrieb Emil Ivov:
>> No there's no need to do this, you have already received a developer's
>> acknowledgement, so just opening the ticket would be enough.
> Maybee you should point that one out on your website, as this was asked

> twice in the last few days.
> Maybee you should start a blag to post some impressions of the
> development-process there.

Well in general the dev list is the preferred place for discussions and
we'd prefer people to to start them there because that's where most of
the devs are focusing.

Also, we wanted to make rules simple and just say "drop a mail on dev".
Apparently people still seem to prefer to start a discussion on users.
When a developer can confirm them there then that's fine.

Emil


#9

>
> Of course the people write to the users list. They are users not devs. At
> least this was part of my intention to write my feature suggestion mails
> to this list. (Other part was „maybe other users could help me too“)

I didn't mean to imply there was a problem with this. Quite on the contrary.

> And for the part of „please open a ticket“ the demanded short info is:
>
> Please open a Ticket at the java.net Issue Tracking System which is
> located here: http://java.net/jira/browse/JITSI
> To open a new issue you need an account for java.net as public/
> anonymous issue creation is not allowed.
> The sign up page for such an account is here: https://java.net/people/new

Are you saying that the above information was hard for you to find?

It was not that hard for me, but it took a while to get the account.
And then an other while to guess which of the many options in the new
issue dialog i should/could fill.

I suppose we could add a ref to our bugs and issues page when asking users to open tickets.

That is a good idea to start with.

Emil

Carsten

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On Thu, Nov 29, 2012 at 9:18 AM, Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

On Nov 29, 2012 1:46 AM, <singub+all@gmail.com> wrote: