Not necessary.

The only correct way to send pushes is when user should recieve some new
content (messages). If Prosody sends push notifications beyond message
ones, Prosody should be fixed.

2018-04-13 5:39 GMT+05:00 Anurodh Pokharel <i...@monal.im>:

> I've been testing  push notifications on Monal for iOS for about a year,
> pointing to the implementation on Prosody. I have observed that
> notifications are sent for stanzas beyond message ones. In my case I only
> care to alert the user if there are new messages, so the constant need to
> connect and check on every notification quietly wastes resources.
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> Given the various different use cases for this, there are probably
> different requirements for different apps.  A blanket list of stanzas to
> push does not work for everyone.  I feel like the client should be able to
> set a whitelist of what stanzas it cares about. Some of what I am
> experiencing are likely bugs or specifics of the implementation on Prosody,
> but it seems to reason that how to determine what is interesting enough to
> be push  be specified in the xep.
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> -Anu
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