halr9000 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 18 12:11:04 PDT 2004
> images, and also whether or not the recipient should necessarily see the same
> image that the sender sees. It seems we agree on the use of file transfer
I think consensus is leaning towards user-defined iconsets superseding
the sender's dog. But what if you saw a cool new iconset and wanted
to share it with others? It may not be obvious that when you download
an iconset, it's really just for you and does not necessarily have any
bearing on what the other end sees. That sounds a little less fun for
the normal users.
Maybe the JEP should, in addition to providing for jep-0096/ibb'ing
the JISP to remote user, suggest to the remote client what to do with
it. E.g., "Upon receipt of a new iconset, client SHOULD prompt user
to install iconset."
> I also want to say that it is ok to discuss these matters here. Standards-jig
> might be more appropriate, but if we want to discuss it here to try and come
> up with something first before presenting it there, that's fine too. Lastly,
> this discussion doesn't necessarily detract us from more "important"
> features. Now is a good time for talking about standards, and I'm sure
I think it's good that we're discussing this here because we're (Psi
and Pandion) probably the most interested in improving the current
Anybody know the internals of Trillian's emoticon support?
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