Muhammad Usman | 22 Jan 10:06 2014
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Configuring XMPP with Asterisk

Hi,
I want to configure Asterisk with XMPP, can any body please help me finding a step by step guideline for that. Also is it possible that both XMPP and Asterisk use the same database. Thanks in advance.
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Peter Saint-Andre | 13 Jan 10:31 2014

deprecating this list


The jadmin <at> jabber.org list was originally created for discussion about
how to administer the jabberd 1.x server. It never morphed into a list
for discussion about running XMPP services using any XMPP server
implementation, since we use the operators <at> xmpp.org list for that.
This list is now essentially inactive, so I propose that we delete it
but retain the archives.

If you have strenuous objections, please send them in the next week or so.

Thanks!

Peter
Tomasz Sterna | 28 Nov 12:29 2013

jabberd-2.3.1 release


Next jabberd2 release is available.

Get 2.3.1 release at GitHub: https://github.com/jabberd2/jabberd2/releases

This release deals with "TLS Everywhere" problems introduced in 2.3.0.
This feature was moved under EXPERIMENTAL umbrella.
If you want to enable it, you now need to ./configure --enable-experimental

Changes:
      * Marked "TLS-Everywhere" as EXPERIMENTAL feature
      * default EXPERIMENTAL to 'no'
      * default SUPERSEDED to 'no'
      * moved STANZA-ACK and MY-IP-ADDRESS XEPs and IQ-PRIVATE push out
        of experimental status

For a full change log see: https://github.com/jabberd2/jabberd2/commits/jabberd-2.3.1

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Tomasz Sterna | 18 Nov 17:18 2013

jabberd-2.3.0 release


Next jabberd2 release is finally available.

Get 2.3.0 release at GitHub: https://github.com/jabberd2/jabberd2/releases

This release packs many new features and load of bugfixes.
Also introducing Semantic Versioning scheme
and TLS Everywhere recommendation.

Many, many thanks to all contributors. :-)

Changes:
      * Renamed non-standard UPGRADE file overwriting outdated NEWS file
      * Semantic Versioning: http://semver.org/ 
      * TLS Everywhere: https://github.com/stpeter/manifesto 
      * Required GSASL >=1.1
      * jabberd should compile without warnings
      * out-of-source builds should work
      * pgsql: authreg password_type support
      * pgsql: schema support
      * ldapvcard: groupattr works even if no groupattr_regex defined
      * ldapfull: checks for ldap group membership on login
      * vCard: Assume tel phone is voice phone
      * MySQL: default password hashing algorithm changed to SHA512
      * out-conn-reuse s2s.xml option naming unified
      * XML parse error will log buffer details
      * CRAM-MD5 auth support
      * router private key cachain and password support
      * hashed passwords support in SQLite3 storage

For a full change log see: https://github.com/jabberd2/jabberd2/commits/jabberd-2.3.0

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Laine Markku | 15 Aug 12:12 2013
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Shared Editing with XMPP

Dear all,

I am about to start building a real-time collaborative web application using XMPP. I already figured out
that in order to use XMPP on the Web one should use either "XEP-0206: XMPP Over BOSH"
(http://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0206.html) or "An XMPP Sub-protocol for WebSocket"
(https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-moffitt-xmpp-over-websocket-03) together with an XMPP
client library for JavaScript (e.g, Strophe.js, http://strophe.im/strophejs/) and an XMPP server
(e.g., Openfire, http://www.igniterealtime.org/projects/openfire/) supporting them.

What I am still missing is how to keep data in sync between collaborators. I ran into a couple of XEPs dealing
with the issue, such as "XEP-0228: Requirements for Shared Editing"
(http://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0228.html), "XEP-0204: Collaborative Data Objects"
(http://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0204.html), and "XEP-0284: Shared XML Editing"
(http://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0284.html). Unfortunately, all of them have been deferred.

Therefore, my question is what would be a recommended way to implement real-time collaborative editing of
(XML) documents between XMPP clients? Preferably supporting Operational Transformation (OT, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operational_transformation).

Thanks in advance!
+Markku

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Liam Friel | 10 Jun 23:42 2013
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Distributed XMPP servers behind firewalls

Hi

I have a requirement to make a distributed chat and presence system, with some restrictions to be described below, and I *think* that XMPP would be an extremely good fit. I have spent quite some time reading up on XMPP, however I am looking for some configuration advice: hopefully this is the correct list.

This is to support a distributed loose association of computer clubs.

These computer clubs generally run in networks over which they have no control (think school networks, or hotel networks: they run in those premises, and have internet access, but no control over routers or firewalls etc). They may be behind several layers of NAT.

What I want is:
- to create a central cloud hosted server
- to run a chat server locally inside each of the computer clubs
  - clients on the local LAN can connect to their local chat server, and chat to each other
  - that is vanilla XMPP/Jabber behaviour. I favour prosody as the server, for various reasons.
- each computer club chat server makes an encypted link to the central server and announces it's presence
  - this puts the local chat server "online" in our loose federation of nodes
  - central server remembers some data about each "local" server which connects
- clients on each local LAN can how ask their "online" local server to tell them what other servers are online
- clients can get a roster of clients either connected locally, or connected to other servers
- clients can initiate a chat session with local clients, or clients connected to other servers

I would rather not write this s/w myself from scratch: this is rather close to a distributed XMPP network of servers (isn't it?) except that I cannot really rely on DNS to find the local server in each computer club, and servers in each local club cannot directly contact each other. All contact will have to go via the central server.

Any necessary level of ssl certs, unique identifiers for the "local" chat servers etc is possible. It's just that local server A cannot see local server B: they will have to communicate via the central cloud-hosted server.

Is XMPP the right answer to this problem? Or am I barking up the wrong tree there?

TIA for your expert advice.

Regards
Liam
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Andrey Utkin | 21 May 21:10 2013
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Seeking for XEP-0313-enabled software set, or alternative solution

I am not aware of such servers/clients to exist, and was unable to
find it. However, i am not too much involved into jabber development,
so i could miss something.
The target to solve is explained below (i posted this on juser
maillist http://mail.jabber.org/pipermail/juser/2013-May/006962.html).

Having read a bit about priorities, i figured out that configuring it
thoroughly is not a solution for me.
I just want to have all my chat log available on any client i sit at.
I.e. i may have both home & work PC (or some more, i don't want to
care) online (or offline, i don't want to care), on any priority (i
don't want to care for auto-away and priority switching feature
support), i want to always have all chat history.
I have googled a bit, and found that there's a XEP implementing
server-side history saving, but none free services are known to
provide that feature, also status of this feature on client apps is
unknown.
I mentioned skype in subject because it provides chat log
synchronization between your app instances and your chatmates
instances. The only flaw is inability to sync when no chatmates or
your instances are online.
It is affordable for me to have my own always-online server set up and
tunneling all my jabber registrations on other open jabber services.
If the solution is not quite here, i am able to make up some code for it.

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Camilo Martin Culpian | 8 May 19:50 2013
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Support for MD5 on mod_auth_crypt

Y add support for MD5 to mod_auth_crypt, if there is any one interested 
the code is attached...
The full jabberd code compiles and run on debian6 (squeeze)...
The same way i can add support for sha256, sha512, etc...
(Sorry for my bad inglish)
Attachment (mod_auth_crypt.cc): text/x-c++src, 11 KiB
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Camilo Martin Culpian | 7 May 05:33 2013
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DB Hashed passwords

HI, Is there a way to use md5 hashed passwords in storage on xdb_sql 
mysql backend?
than you in advance....
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William Johnson | 3 May 09:29 2013
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have made payment but my account was not fund.

Hi, batch number 142446489, ID 118381, was not Fund to my account, 26.40 LR,
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Ivan Tsvetkov | 22 Apr 13:29 2013
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(no subject)

cvetkov1972 <at> gmail.com
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