Changes to DJabberd
piers at ompka.net
Fri Apr 3 17:11:17 UTC 2009
Brad - do you want more people to get involved with the maintainership?
I think there is defintitely a place for DJabberd in the world, with the
renewed interest in XMPP of late?
On Thu, Apr 02, 2009 at 10:07:26PM -0700, Brad Fitzpatrick wrote:
> I don't really maintain djabberd anymore, but I think it sounds cool. If
> the code is clean and matches local style, and the patches don't introduce
> compatibility issues for anybody else with unmodified configs, I think you
> could check 'em in.
> On Wed, Apr 1, 2009 at 6:42 PM, Philip Gladstone <philip at gladstonefamily.net
> > wrote:
> > I have been working on the following changes to DJabberd for my own use. I
> > can contribute all or some of them if anybody thinks that they are useful:
> > * Improved BotContext object. Supports timeouts on contexts, and also a
> > user context pointer
> > * A BotContextListStorage class (and associated hooks) that allow
> > BotContext objects to be stored.
> > * A BotContextListStorage::InMemoryOnly class that stores BotContext
> > objects in memory (and so they do not survive daemon restarts)
> > * A BotContextListStorage::SQLite class that stores them in a database so
> > that they can be long lived (which is my application)
> > * Lots of improvements to the Bot object so that it can respond to
> > subscribe requests and accept them. Provide methods that allow bots to send
> > unsolicited messages and allow them to set their availability.
> > * Fix Presence class so that a received probe can generate an unsubscribed
> > notification as per the spec.
> > * Add a Bot::BotFactory class that is a bot, but enables the dynamic
> > creation of other bots. Once created these other bots can be controlled to
> > send messages and alter their statuses.
> > Comments?
> > Philip
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