[sip-comm] Global status settings do not match up correctly with account status settings


#1

I have a SIP account, a Google Talk account and an MSN account in SIP communicator (1.0-alpha-nightly.build.1842).

When I set my global statuses, I get the following results:

1. "Online" --> SIP = "Online", Google Talk = "Available", MSN = "Idle"
2. "Free for chat" --> SIP = "Online", Google Talk = "Free for chat", MSN = "Online"
3. "Away" --> SIP = "Online", Google Talk = "Away", MSN = "Hide"
4. "Offline" --> SIP = "Offline", Google Talk = "Offline", MSN = "Offline"

In the case of #1, the MSN account has been set to the wrong status - it should be "Online". "Idle" should only be used when auto-away period has expired, and the account should switch back to online as soon as any activity occurs on the computer.

In the case of #3, SIP and MSN are both wrong and should be set to "Away".

Could someone with the appropriate access to the bug/issue tracker raise a ticket for this to be fixed?

Regards,

Richard Cross.

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#2

Hey Richard,

Richard Cross wrote:

I have a SIP account, a Google Talk account and an MSN account in SIP
communicator (1.0-alpha-nightly.build.1842).

When I set my global statuses, I get the following results:

1. "Online" --> SIP = "Online", Google Talk = "Available", MSN = "Idle"
2. "Free for chat" --> SIP = "Online", Google Talk = "Free for chat",
MSN = "Online"
3. "Away" --> SIP = "Online", Google Talk = "Away", MSN = "Hide"
4. "Offline" --> SIP = "Offline", Google Talk = "Offline", MSN =
"Offline"

In the case of #1, the MSN account has been set to the wrong status -
it should be "Online". "Idle" should only be used when auto-away
period has expired, and the account should switch back to online as
soon as any activity occurs on the computer.

In the case of #3, SIP and MSN are both wrong and should be set to
"Away".

Correct.

Could someone with the appropriate access to the bug/issue tracker
raise a ticket for this to be fixed?

Could you please do this yourself? You simply need to request the
Observer role in the project and once you have you'll be able to access
the tracker.

Check this out for more information on becoming an observer.

http://www.sip-communicator.org/index.php/Documentation/GettingInvolved

Cheers
Emil

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Regards,

Richard Cross.

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#3

I requested the Observer role several weeks ago and have heard nothing, so no, I won't be able to do this myself.

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On 6 May 2009, at 12:01, Emil Ivov wrote:

Hey Richard,

Richard Cross wrote:

I have a SIP account, a Google Talk account and an MSN account in SIP
communicator (1.0-alpha-nightly.build.1842).

When I set my global statuses, I get the following results:

1. "Online" --> SIP = "Online", Google Talk = "Available", MSN = "Idle"
2. "Free for chat" --> SIP = "Online", Google Talk = "Free for chat",
MSN = "Online"
3. "Away" --> SIP = "Online", Google Talk = "Away", MSN = "Hide"
4. "Offline" --> SIP = "Offline", Google Talk = "Offline", MSN =
"Offline"

In the case of #1, the MSN account has been set to the wrong status -
it should be "Online". "Idle" should only be used when auto-away
period has expired, and the account should switch back to online as
soon as any activity occurs on the computer.

In the case of #3, SIP and MSN are both wrong and should be set to
"Away".

Correct.

Could someone with the appropriate access to the bug/issue tracker
raise a ticket for this to be fixed?

Could you please do this yourself? You simply need to request the
Observer role in the project and once you have you'll be able to access
the tracker.

Check this out for more information on becoming an observer.

http://www.sip-communicator.org/index.php/Documentation/GettingInvolved

Cheers
Emil