Dne úterý 07 únor 2006 20:04 Jon Perlow napsal(a): > Hi, > > I am a developer on Google Talk and Gmail. We are working on a JEP proposal > and will send it out soon.
Hello, I would like to know, will there be a way to save conversations that are encrypted, for example by gpg? Will there be a way to explicitly change the history? Thank you. > -Jon > > On 2/7/06, Peter Saint-Andre <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- > > Hash: SHA1 > > > > Remko Troncon wrote: > > >> Not sure at all; it just looks vaguely like 0136 since it's > > >> server-side, and it's possible for a client to disable the logging. > > > > > > Well, it's not JEP-136 :-) All the client can do is enable/disable it, > > > > but > > > > > the server does all the logging itself. This way, no matter what client > > > > you > > > > > use to connect, your conversations gets logged, and you don't need to > > > > send your > > > > > conversations over the wire twice either. > > > > > > I like this idea actually, because it falls under the 'keep the client > > > > simple' > > > > > principle. It's a lot easier than having to deal with concurrency, > > > > finding out > > > > > which conversations belong together, submitting them to the server. > > > It's > > > > safer > > > > > as well (what if your connection or your client dies, and you didn't > > > > have a > > > > > chance to commit your whole conversation), and it's incremental (a > > > > client needs > > > > > to keep track of the whole conversation before it can submit it) > > > > Yes, I chatted with one of the Google guys recently about this feature > > (which is why I asked about server-side JEP-0136 stuff a week or two > > ago). AFAIK this feature is something the client can enable or disable > > on a per-contact basis ("don't log this conversation, please"). Also I > > think this is something that would be supported (or not) by both servers > > if the parties are on separate domains, so if I say "disable logging" my > > server would ask the other server to do the same. But I'll let the > > Google guys describe it more, since I don't know all the details. > > > > Peter > > > > - -- > > Peter Saint-Andre > > Jabber Software Foundation > > http://www.jabber.org/people/stpeter.shtml > > > > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- > > Version: GnuPG v1.4.1 (Darwin) > > Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla - http://enigmail.mozdev.org > > > > iD8DBQFD6M1RNF1RSzyt3NURAqHCAJ4x1hynKvLy+CJBWLieS2w4kiFjDACfW6jN > > jf1j8LsP6uF6KhuF7yQv/d4= > > =UVen > > -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- -- Windows are like.. windows. Shiny but fragile and expensive. Michal Vaner (Vorner)
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