mod_export_skeletons

Exports message archives in a format stripped from private information and message content.

Usage

prosodyctl mod_export_skeletons [options] user@host*

Multiple user JIDs can be given.

Options

--store=archive
For overriding the store name, e.g. for compat with archive2 or querying MUC archives with muc_log
--start=timestamp
Start of time span to export in XEP-0082 format
--end=timestamp
End of time span to export in XEP-0082 format

Output

All content is stripped, leaving only the basic XML structure, with child tags sorted.

Top level attributes are given special treatment since they carry protocol semantics. Notably the @to and @from JIDs are replaced by symbolic labels to convey what form (bare, full or host) they had. The @id attribute is replaced with a string with the length based on log2 of the original length.

Example

<message from='full' id='xxxxx' type='chat' to='bare'><body/><x xmlns='jabber:x:oob'><url/></x></message>
<message from='bare' id='xxxxx' type='error' to='full'><error><remote-server-not-found xmlns='urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-stanzas'/><text xmlns='urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-stanzas'/></error></message>
<message from='full' id='xxxxx' type='chat' to='bare'><body/><x xmlns='jabber:x:oob'><url/></x></message>
<message from='full' id='xxxxxx' type='normal' to='bare'><x xmlns='jabber:x:conference'/></message>

Installation

With the plugin installer in Prosody 0.12 you can use:

sudo prosodyctl install --server=https://modules.prosody.im/rocks/ mod_export_skeletons

For other see the documentation for installing 3rd party modules