Changes between Initial Version and Version 2 of Ticket #342


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Timestamp:
2015-03-16T03:20:45Z (5 years ago)
Author:
dx
Comment:

Huh, this still applies. It's the server literally telling us to remove the contact from the roster, though. I'd say we're doing the right thing here and it's not a bug.

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  • Ticket #342

    • Property Component changed from BitlBee to Jabber
  • Ticket #342 – Description

    initial v2  
    11In the gtalk interface in gmail, you can only show a small percentage of your contacts and so i usually set a few of them to never show up but it doesnt mean remove them, it just means when i need  to talk to them, I have to find them in the contact list myself.  However, i noticed that in bitlbee, the user is completely removed.  and trying to talk to them results in a no nick in this channel.
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    3 09:58 -!- randomuser: No such nick/channel
     3{{{09:58 -!- randomuser: No such nick/channel}}}
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    55some xmlconsole output.
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    67adding a user to "auto" show up
    7 10:01 <xmlconsole> RX: <iq to="me@randomdomain/BitlBeeFDE957C3" id="3D83D624" type="set"><query xmlns="jabber:iq:roster"><item jid="randomuser@randomdomain.com" subscription="both"/></query></iq>
     8
     9{{{10:01 <xmlconsole> RX: <iq to="me@randomdomain/BitlBeeFDE957C3" id="3D83D624" type="set"><query xmlns="jabber:iq:roster"><item jid="randomuser@randomdomain.com" subscription="both"/></query></iq>}}}
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    811making a user "never" show up
    9 10:01 <xmlconsole> RX: <iq to="me@randomdomain/BitlBeeFDE957C3" id="3D83D721" type="set"><query xmlns="jabber:iq:roster"><item jid="randomuser@randomdomain.com" subscription="remove"/></query></iq>
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     13{{{10:01 <xmlconsole> RX: <iq to="me@randomdomain/BitlBeeFDE957C3" id="3D83D721" type="set"><query xmlns="jabber:iq:roster"><item jid="randomuser@randomdomain.com" subscription="remove"/></query></iq>}}}