[Psi-devel] Re: PyMSNt integration
machekku at miroku.uaznia.net
Wed Jun 1 15:21:32 PDT 2005
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> On Thu, 2 Jun 2005 08:01, Maciek Niedzielski wrote:
>>I'd say that this is already too late for sending iq:version request.
>>Why? Because then I'd have either wait for a long time before getting
>>the popup or I'd have to hover over the contact twice (first would send
>>the request but show a popup without the info, second would contain the
>>information that just arrived)
> I don't see a problem with hovering over it and seeing "Version: (Fetching)",
> which would be replaced in front of your eyes when the information becomes
I'm not sure if popups may change while being displayed.
> It wouldn't be such a chore to just hold the mouse still a while
And now imagine that you're desperately looking for someone using client
XYZ and you have to wait to fetch all the information like this.
>>BTW: We could keep vcard information almost up-to-date in a similar way.
>>For example, once per hour psi would fetch one vcard, every time a
>>getting vcard for a next contact. After some time, it would fetch first
>>contact's vcard again, etc. Of course we'd have to remember last fetched
>>vcard somewhere in config file not to start with the first contact every
>>time it's restarted.
> Problem is, if you have 100 people on your contact list, it would take you 100
> hours to update someone's vcard... I hope that PSA keeps to his ideas of
> using pubsub for the replacement of vCard. :-)
If a contact changes its vcard, would you rather know about it after 100
hours or after a year when your profile was lost and you fetched the
vcard manually again?
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