[Blink] Blink Chat
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Mon May 2 15:49:57 CEST 2016
> On 02 May 2016, at 10:31, Mike Nagie <promike1987 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I did a tiny research. Theoretically CSipSimple uses SIP SIMPLE protocol
> for instant messaging.
No, it does not. SIMPLE is a set of specifications for chat and presence.
For SIMPLE chat, MSRP protocol has been defined.
> I saw that Blink has SIMPLE protocol (Presence
> Agent mode).
Presence is not chat, is something else than chat. Nevertheless Blink implements both chat and presence from SIMPLE specifications and CSipSimple implements neither of them.
> Does it mean they can communicate with each other?
No, they cannot as CSipSimple has not implemented anything from SIP SIMPLE specifications.
I am not sure they claimed otherwise either, where have you see that CSipSimple implements SIMPLE specs?
> On 16-04-27 10:16:58, Adrian Georgescu wrote:
>> Blink uses MSRP protocol standardised for session based chat. Eking does not implement his protocol.
>>> On 27 Apr 2016, at 09:08, Mike Nagie <promike1987 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I was wondering how chat actually works?
>>> I use Blink, of course, and the others either Ekiga client or
>>> When I sent something with Ekiga client in the past, the others received
>>> the message. I could write messages and receive messages.
>>> So now, I'm trying to send something from Blink to Ekiga.
>>> At the search bar I type "johndoe at sip2sip.info" and I click on the
>>> 'start a chat session' button.
>>> Blink chat window pops up and I see 'Status Disconnected'.
>>> I type 'hello', and Ekiga starts to ring.
>>> Even if I accept the call I see 'Status Ringing' in Blink, and I don't
>>> receive the message 'hello'.
>>> Other way around, if I write something from Ekiga, nothing happens here.
>>> Between Blink and CSipSimple (Android)
>>> I opened the chat window, typed something, and Blink said: 'Status: Not
>>> Acceptable Here'
>>> Does chat only work between 2 (or more) Blinks?
>>> [I have not tested with v2.0.0 but theoretically CSipSimple supports
>>> video calls, and it didn't work with earlier versions of Blink, but
>>> maybe things are changed since then and this is not really about
>>> 'chat', but the question would be the same, does video chat only work
>>> between Blinks?]
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