@bortzmeyer Je me souviens pendant longtemps avoir utilisé une adresse contenant un + (foo+bar@baz), et je recevais du spam sur bar@baz, qui était excellent pour donner directement à mon spamfilter :)
@fiaxh https://bouah.net/2019/10/sprint-in-the-cold-north/ here is an article with the results of this weekend!
For the XMPP sprint last weekend we rented a house near Stockholm instead of using a conference room. We worked together on implementing and improving a new group chat bookmarks specification, Jingle interoperability issues and a future landing page for new XMPP users. There have been long nights and tasty crêpes. #XMPP #XMPPSprint #Stockholm
The #xmpp sprint in Stockholm is ready to get into the sauna, to help digest crêpes we just had! And additionally working on bookmarks2, and a landing page for new XMPP users!
@polychrome I encourage you to join the xsf (xmpp:email@example.com?join) and talk about it. A few people including me have been working on it on and off. It'd be great to have more interested people working on this.
@js Mapping ActivityPub to MUC is probably not what I would do. It feels a lot more natural to map AP to PubSub (0060). Then you can have implementations/tools using PubSub as they want, possibly sending messages to a MUC (or other groupchat protocols) everytime there is one. MAM for Pubsub is also not unheard of.
While I support Mozilla's effort, I am mostly concerned about the use of HTTPS (and the need for Cloudfare as an intermediary) instead of using TLS directly.
Fortunately not al ISPs see it that way. https://boingboing.net/2019/07/06/dns-over-https.html grep for "Andrews and Arnauld" (aaisp).
While I don't agree with them, it seems pretty obvious to me why some actors would want to keep DNS clear (surveillance, data gathering, etc.).
JabberFR vient de publier une traduction de la lettre d'actualité #XMPP du mois de septembre !
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