[sugar] interoperating with non-Sugar Jabber clients
Thu Apr 10 16:20:05 EDT 2008
On Thu, Apr 10, 2008 at 10:12 PM, Morgan Collett
<morgan.collett at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 10, 2008 at 6:37 PM, Dafydd Harries
> <dafydd.harries at collabora.co.uk> wrote:
> > It would be nice if the Chat activity could be used to converse with non-Sugar
> > Jabber clients. The presence service has some code to generate invitations
> > when somebody initiates a conversation, but Sugar doesn't do anything with
> > these invitations.
> > One open question is how to associate the invitation with the Chat activity.
> > Should the association be hardcoded? What should the shell do if Chat is not
> > installed?
> Given that there are no alternatives to Chat, I'm in favour of
> hardcoding it, at least for a proof of concept. If Chat's not
> installed, drop the invitation on the floor.
> sugar.presence emits 'private-invitation' with the Telepathy text
> channel for the connection with the non-Sugar client.
> Sugar team, can we (in the shell) iterate over the installed
> activities to find Chat?
> The issue I'm not sure of is how to pass the Telepathy channel in the
> invitation to Chat.
Do you already have some code I can see to understand better the situation?
We can hardcode Chat, but I guess we would like to avoid that.
This new kind of invitation can only be consumed by Chat and
Chat-likes? Not other activities?
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