Bug #951

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XMPP: bad user experience when message from server 'foouser@axmppservername.net wishes to subscribe to you'

Added by Andrés G. Aragoneses 1876 days ago. Updated 1710 days ago.

Status:New Start:01/28/2014
Priority:Normal Due date:
Assigned to:avatarOliver Schneider % Done:

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Category:Engine XMPP (Jabber)
Target version:-
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Found in Version:

0.11+dev.bzr411

Votes: 0

Description

I connect to a XMPP server named axmppservername.net, then I join a room, then a user sees me there and he seems to invite a contact request, then Smuxi tells me in the "Contacts" tab: ' wishes to subscribe to you'

This is bad because I don't know how to act on that. There doesn't seem to be an /accept command or a /subscribe one that receives the user email id as an argument.

Using Smuxi
Vendor: Debian 2:0.11+dev.bzr411~ubuntu13.04.1
Frontend: GNOME 0.11.0.0
Engine: 0.11.0.0

HowPidginActs.png (23.5 KB) Andrés G. Aragoneses, 01/28/2014 05:33 PM

History

Updated by Andrés G. Aragoneses 1876 days ago

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  • Category set to Engine XMPP (Jabber)

Updated by Andrés G. Aragoneses 1876 days ago

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This is how pidgin does it.

Updated by Oliver Schneider 1710 days ago

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There doesn't seem to be an /accept command or a /subscribe one that receives the user email id as an argument.

it is planned for the future to be similar to pidgin (like clicking a link to accept or deny)

right now you use "/add emailId"
though it could be added to the message as a hint and for copypasting

Updated by Oliver Schneider 1710 days ago

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  • Assigned to set to Oliver Schneider

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