Maarten Fonville | 1 Feb 11:49 2006
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Re: Windows Live Messenger


I received today an e-mail with the message I can give some Windows Live
Messenger invites away. So please contact me if you are interested in an
invite.

Maarten

maarten.fonville <at> gmail.com
Jorge Merlino | 1 Feb 16:38 2006
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Re: Anti-spam idea

El Mar 31 Ene 2006 18:58, Sander Devrieze escribió:
> Hi,
>
> I have some idea to prevent spam from the proprietary networks (it might be
> a stupid idea, though ;-) ). The idea is to make it possible that the user
> can set a message for every user that wants to contact him and that is not
> yet in his MSN/ICQ/AOL contact list. All people not in his contact list
> trying to reach the user, will get that message and their own message
> bounced. The user then can tell in this message his email address, phone
> number, or something else, and ask them to contact him via that way so that
> he can add them manually.

I don't think it is a good idea to broadcast your email address or phone 
number to every spammer that sends you an IM :)

Regards,
	Jorge
Oscar Hellström | 1 Feb 22:32 2006
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Re: PyMSNt file transfer UP!

Great work!!
I am now running the latest SVN rev (107) and receiving files work :)
Haven't testet sending yet. However, I have one problem, I am using a
dynamic IP. My ISP forces me to do this, they sell static IP:s to some
customers (DSL) but not me (Ethernet). However, is there any way i could
put a host name in <ip></ip> and make the transport resolve this,
preferably every time it is needed, but definitely on startup.

If you don't like the idea, could you give me some idea about how I
could implement this? 

On Mon, 2006-01-23 at 12:19 +1100, James Bunton wrote:
> Ok everybody, this is it :)
> 
> We can send/receive files to MSN clients (ver6 and above) using both 
> jabber:iq:oob and socks5 bytestreams :)
> 
> That means just about any Jabber client that supports file transfers 
> should be able to send/receive to MSN contacts.
> 
> To try it out...
> svn co svn://delx.cjb.net/pymsnt/trunk pymsnt
> 
> Make sure you read through the new settings in config-example.xml
> 
> Sorry I've been a bit lax responding to communications lately. Been 
> busy getting this working. I'll go through and start replying now :)
> 
> Also this revision might fix problems with outgoing avatars.
> 
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Trejkaz | 2 Feb 00:33 2006

'NoneType' object has no attribute 'getContact'

Hi.

I had one user saying that our MSN transport was down today, even though 
it was still up and 200+ users were connected and sending messages.

In the logs, the only error I could find was this:

> 02/02/06 - 10:05:11 - Traceback (most recent call last):
> 02/02/06 - 10:05:11 -   File "/home/jabber/components/pymsnt/src/tlib/msn.py", line 1155, in handle_ADC
> 02/02/06 - 10:05:11 -     if not self._fireCallback(id, listCodeToID[listType], userGuid, userHandle, screenName):
> 02/02/06 - 10:05:11 -   File "/home/jabber/components/pymsnt/src/tlib/msn.py", line 611, in _fireCallback
> 02/02/06 - 10:05:11 -     self.ids[id][0].callback(args)
> 02/02/06 - 10:05:11 -   File "/usr/local/lib/python2.4/site-packages/twisted/internet/defer.py",
line 254, in callback
> 02/02/06 - 10:05:11 -     self._startRunCallbacks(result)
> 02/02/06 - 10:05:11 -   File "/usr/local/lib/python2.4/site-packages/twisted/internet/defer.py",
line 315, in _startRunCallbacks
> 02/02/06 - 10:05:11 -     self._runCallbacks()
> 02/02/06 - 10:05:11 - --- <exception caught here> ---
> 02/02/06 - 10:05:11 -   File "/usr/local/lib/python2.4/site-packages/twisted/internet/defer.py",
line 328, in _runCallbacks
> 02/02/06 - 10:05:11 -     self.result = callback(self.result, *args, **kw)
> 02/02/06 - 10:05:11 -   File "/home/jabber/components/pymsnt/src/tlib/msn.py", line 1712, in _cb
> 02/02/06 - 10:05:11 -     c = self.factory.contacts.getContact(r[2])
> 02/02/06 - 10:05:11 - exceptions.AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'getContact'

I've reactively patched this on our server at line 1711 of msn.py so 
that if factory.contacts doesn't exist it doesn't call getContact, but 
this probably doesn't fix the underlying cause for it not existing in 
the first place.
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Daniel Henninger | 2 Feb 00:46 2006
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RE: Max MSN transpor password length

(did this ever send?) Another one that bounced:

OK, I am a bit wrong here. It seems that the web pages for msn  
messenger,
and the messenger client only accepts 16 chars in the password. I did  
not
notice this cause I was using copy+paste. The Jabber clients, transport
registration web form and PyMSNt have no limit on the password and  
hence get
an error when sending a password with more than 16 chars.

Maybe we should limit or drop 16+ chars? This is a minor problem but  
caused
headace for me and the user, might be minimized by some minor fix. ? ?

Sorry for the bad research before my original mail.

Best regards
Stian B. Barmen
Chris Carlin | 2 Feb 02:19 2006
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Re: delays in pyAIM-t and pyICQ-t

Have you ever tested under ejabberd? Odd things had been happening since 
I made that switch...

I'm on gentoo with the following versions:
dev-python/twisted-words-0.3.0 *
dev-python/twisted-2.1.0 *
dev-python/twisted-xish-0.1.0-r1 *
dev-python/twisted-web-0.5.0-r1 *
dev-python/twisted-conch-0.6.0 *
dev-lang/python-2.4.2 *

~Chris

Daniel Henninger wrote:

> I can't imaging what that might be.  And again, I haven't seen a  
> single difference on my side.  =/  I mean there's certainly a lot  
> that changed between 0.6 and 0.7.  Wish I could see what you all are  
> seeing on my own server...  =/  Chris, what version of Twiste and  
> Python are you using?
>
> Daniel
>
> On Jan 31, 2006, at 5:51 AM, Chris Carlin wrote:
>
>> So I finally got around to switching from 0.6 to 0.7b and I realize  
>> now that I wasn't seeing precisely the problems Alexey was  
>> describing... but now I am!
>>
>> Again, this is with ejabberd, which seems to delay the transport's  
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Daniel Henninger | 2 Feb 02:27 2006
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Re: delays in pyAIM-t and pyICQ-t

ejabberd, jive, jabberd2, and jabberd1.  =)  (and ejabberd is my  
primary server)  Running:

ejabberd 1.0.0
Twisted 2.1.0
Twisted Words 0.3.0
Twisted Xish 0.1.0
Twisted Web 0.5.0
Twisted Web2 0.1
Twisted Runner 0.1.0
Twisted Pair 0.1.0
Twisted Names 0.2.0
Twisted Mail 0.2.0
Twisted Lore 0.1.0
Twisted Flow 0.1.0
Twisted Conch 0.6.0
Nevow 0.5.0
Python 2.4.2

Running under RedHat Enterprise Linux 3.  Besides that, I tried it  
under:
Jabberd 2.0s10
Jabberd 1.4.3
Jive Wildfire ... forget the version

Also tried under:
Python 2.3.4
Twisted 1.3.0 (I believe s1 or something like that)

=/
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Daniel Henninger | 2 Feb 02:28 2006
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Re: delays in pyAIM-t and pyICQ-t

For that matter, if I run PyAIM or PyICQ over a wireless connection  
at half signal strength on a different machine from where ejabberd is  
running, it still runs plenty fast.

I don't understand what's going on..

Oh also:
otp R10B-9   for erlang  if that helps anything

Daniel

On Feb 1, 2006, at 8:19 PM, Chris Carlin wrote:

> Have you ever tested under ejabberd? Odd things had been happening  
> since I made that switch...
>
> I'm on gentoo with the following versions:
> dev-python/twisted-words-0.3.0 *
> dev-python/twisted-2.1.0 *
> dev-python/twisted-xish-0.1.0-r1 *
> dev-python/twisted-web-0.5.0-r1 *
> dev-python/twisted-conch-0.6.0 *
> dev-lang/python-2.4.2 *
>
> ~Chris
>
> Daniel Henninger wrote:
>
>> I can't imaging what that might be.  And again, I haven't seen a   
>> single difference on my side.  =/  I mean there's certainly a lot   
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Steve Gibson | 2 Feb 05:17 2006

PyAim-t (0.7b) error on startup

I''ve got python 2.4.2 with TwistedSumo-2005-11-06.  When I run PyAim-t 
I'm getting the following error:

[root <at> tower pyaim-t-0.7b]# ./PyAIMt
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "main.py", line 4, in ?
    import exception
  File "/opt/wildfire/pyaim-t-0.7b/src/exception.py", line 6, in ?
    import debug
  File "/opt/wildfire/pyaim-t-0.7b/src/debug.py", line 7, in ?
    import utils
  File "/opt/wildfire/pyaim-t-0.7b/src/utils.py", line 57, in ?
    from twisted.xish.domish import Element
ImportError: No module named xish.domish

I'm a python neophyte, but from what I can tell it seems that domish is 
located in twisted.words.xish rather than twisted.xish.  I'm not sure if 
the location of xish changed at some point in twisted or what is going 
on... any pointers would be appreciated.

-Steve
Alexey Nezhdanov | 2 Feb 05:52 2006
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Re: delays in pyAIM-t and pyICQ-t

В сообщении от Четверг 02 Февраль 2006 04:28 Daniel Henninger написал(a):
> For that matter, if I run PyAIM or PyICQ over a wireless connection
> at half signal strength on a different machine from where ejabberd is
> running, it still runs plenty fast.
>
> I don't understand what's going on..
I can give you access to transport port on the problem box. You will be 
running pyAIM-t on your box so we will see if it's ejabberd or pyAIM-t 
problem.
Though I suspect that it related somehow on on which box you have started 
transport.

> Oh also:
> otp R10B-9   for erlang  if that helps anything
>
> Daniel
>
> On Feb 1, 2006, at 8:19 PM, Chris Carlin wrote:
> > Have you ever tested under ejabberd? Odd things had been happening
> > since I made that switch...
> >
> > I'm on gentoo with the following versions:
> > dev-python/twisted-words-0.3.0 *
> > dev-python/twisted-2.1.0 *
> > dev-python/twisted-xish-0.1.0-r1 *
> > dev-python/twisted-web-0.5.0-r1 *
> > dev-python/twisted-conch-0.6.0 *
> > dev-lang/python-2.4.2 *
> >
> > ~Chris
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