Privacy Rewrite GSoC Project
felipe.contreras at gmail.com
Mon Jun 8 05:40:19 EDT 2009
On Mon, Jun 8, 2009 at 12:27 PM, Sulabh Mahajan<sulabh.dev at gmail.com> wrote:
>> In ICQ can you allow someone to see you even if he is not in your
>> buddy list? If the answer is no, then it acts as XMPP subscription and
>> can be a field for the buddy, if the answer is yes, then a new buddy
>> list "visible people" would be needed.
> Apart from buddy list, ICQ has three lists: visible list, invisible list and
> block list. Whereas visible and invisible lists deal with controlling the
> presence information, the block list deals with messages. An ICQ UIN can has
> following settings:
> Visible (same as not choosing any setting ?)– receives both messages and
> Invisible – receives messages, but not presence
> Visible + Block – receives presence, but not messages
> Invisible + Block -- doesn't receive messages or presence
> ICQ also supports being invisible to everyone irrespective of above
> settings, accepting messages only from the contacts and sharing presence
> with ICQ and web users.
Yeah, I can click links, but that doesn't answer my question:
In ICQ can you allow someone to see you even if he is not in your buddy list?
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