On 26 May 2016 at 16:55, Kim Alvefur <z...@zash.se> wrote:
> On 2016-05-25 23:16, Chris Ballinger wrote:
>> 2. pushes are triggered for typing notifications (and possibly other
>> extraneous stanzas as well). Would this be desired for some use cases
>> and configurable (for instance to wake up the receiving client more
>> quickly), or would it be better to just filter out all messages without
>> a body?
>
> and MattJ wrote:
>> I don't see any typical use cases for no-body messages being pushed.
>
> It's not that simple, what about OMEMO, or other non-body message with
> some alternative payload? And this problem also applies to Carbons, MAM
> and possibly other things.

How useful are encrypted push notifications, in the way that push
notifications are actually implemented in devices? At that point I
think it would probably be better to just send "You have new messages
from XYZ" if they are determined "important" messages.

Regards,
Matthew

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