Commit e76ed926 authored by Per Cederqvist's avatar Per Cederqvist

(Predefined Aux-Item Types): Documented aux-items 13, 14 and 15.

parent b9ecf27a
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@c $Id: Protocol-A.texi,v 1.15 1998/08/09 19:01:34 ceder Exp $
@c $Id: Protocol-A.texi,v 1.16 1998/08/16 20:27:40 ceder Exp $
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@settitle LysKOM Protocol A
......@@ -798,6 +798,39 @@ key contains a userid of the format "LysKOM <p\([0-9]\)@@\(.*\)>+", where
This item can only be set by the person himself. The hide-creator,
secret and inherit bits are automatically cleared.
@item e-mail-address [13] (conference, letterbox, server)
Data is an RFC 822-style email address. When set on a letterbox, it
should be the email address of the person. If the person has multiple
email addresses he may set serveral e-mail-address aux-items.
The meaning of this aux-item when set on a conference that isn't a
letterbox is... vague. For a conference that is used as to import a
mailing list this should be the email address of the list (or the
subscription address? FIXME.).
When this aux-item is set on the server it shold contain the email
address of the administrator (or administrators).
This aux-item can only be set by the administrator. The creator cannot
be hidden.
@item faq-text [14] (conference, server)
Data is a decimal text number, which is a FAQ for the conference (or
server). This aux-item can only be set by the administrator.
@item creating-software [15] (text)
Data is the name and version number of the client that created the
text. This aux-item can only be set by the author of the text. Once
set, it cannot be removed or changed. A typical value would be
@samp{elisp-client 0.47.3}. Setting the creating-software aux-item is
The data should be the client name, a space, and the client version used
in the @code{set-client-version} call. The server may enforce this
@end table
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