- Ad-hoc Command#
A way to interact with the gateway component (or any xmpp entities) via a series of forms, to trigger actions or request information. See XEP-0050 for more details.
A picture representing an XMPP Entity, such as a profile picture for a
In the XMPP world, carbons (XEP-0280) are messages sent by the XMPP server to keep outgoing chat history in sync between different clients connected to the same XMPP account (eg, a desktop and mobile app). In slidge however, this refers to actions of the User done from an Official client.
- Chatbot Command#
A way to interact with the gateway component via chat messages, a bit like a shell.
- JID Local Part#
The “username” part of a JID, eg
- Legacy Contact#
Someone using the legacy network to communicate with the User.
- Legacy Network#
The messaging network slidge (and the User) communicates with.
- Official Client#
The reference client(s) for a legacy network. Examples: telegram-android and telegram-desktop for the telegram network.
This is how the “contact list” is called in XMPP.
Someone using slidge, ie, someone who has an XMPP account and registered to a slidge-based XMPP component.
- XMPP Entity#
Someone or something that has a JID, such as an XMPP user account (eg,
firstname.lastname@example.org), an XMPP component (eg,
slidge.example.org), an XMPP Multi-User Chat (MUC in short, eg
email@example.com), an XMPP server (eg,
example.org), … basically anything that has a JID.
“Legacy” may sound weird since XMPP is pretty old now, but slidge follows the convention of XEP-0100.