Peter Saint-Andre | 1 Apr 17:56 2008

Jabber Server Comparison (archived)

By popular demand, I have archived the old Jabber Server Comparison
chart here:

http://www.saint-andre.com/jabber/jsc/

Probably that information is very much out of date. If you want to
maintain the chart, feel free to download the files from that URL and
improve it, then post to the list with a new URL.

Thanks!

Peter

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Sander Devrieze | 1 Apr 19:31 2008
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Re: Jabber Server Comparison (archived)

2008/4/1, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter <at> stpeter.im>:
> By popular demand, I have archived the old Jabber Server Comparison
>  chart here:
>
>  http://www.saint-andre.com/jabber/jsc/
>
>  Probably that information is very much out of date. If you want to
>  maintain the chart, feel free to download the files from that URL and
>  improve it, then post to the list with a new URL.

Maybe you also can restore the translations of the Jabber Journals,
they have historical value.

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Peter Saint-Andre | 1 Apr 19:32 2008

Re: Jabber Server Comparison (archived)

Sander Devrieze wrote:
> 2008/4/1, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter <at> stpeter.im>:
>> By popular demand, I have archived the old Jabber Server Comparison
>>  chart here:
>>
>>  http://www.saint-andre.com/jabber/jsc/
>>
>>  Probably that information is very much out of date. If you want to
>>  maintain the chart, feel free to download the files from that URL and
>>  improve it, then post to the list with a new URL.
> 
> Maybe you also can restore the translations of the Jabber Journals,
> they have historical value.

Those are here:

http://www.saint-andre.com/jabber/journal/

Peter

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Sander Devrieze | 1 Apr 19:53 2008
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Re: Jabber Server Comparison (archived)

2008/4/1, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter <at> stpeter.im>:
<snip>
>  > Maybe you also can restore the translations of the Jabber Journals,
>  > they have historical value.
>
>
> Those are here:
>
>  http://www.saint-andre.com/jabber/journal/

*translations* ;-)

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Peter Saint-Andre | 1 Apr 19:55 2008

Re: Jabber Server Comparison (archived)

Sander Devrieze wrote:
> 2008/4/1, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter <at> stpeter.im>:
> <snip>
>>  > Maybe you also can restore the translations of the Jabber Journals,
>>  > they have historical value.
>>
>>
>> Those are here:
>>
>>  http://www.saint-andre.com/jabber/journal/
> 
> *translations* ;-)

I have some of those files if you want to host them somewhere, but I
don't have all of them since many were hosted at other sites.

P

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rek2 | 2 Apr 07:01 2008

Why after upgrade I don't get the same info?

Hi, this is from the binaryfreedom.info server
update to jabberd2-2.1.23  and after this update I notes in my sql 
authreg table
that the hash and the
token, sequence and hash are not getting field in.. but I have NULL on 
those spaces..
aparently is working fine.. I created a test user to try and works.. so 
what have changed?
do I need to migrate to a new sql schema?
also can I modify somehow the table names? like is possible to tell 
jabberd2 what tables to look for?
I say this because I am going to write a nice front end for jabberd2 on 
ruby on rails and some of the sql schema
on jabberd2 is not compatible..

Chris Fernandez
BinaryFreedom
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Arup Malakar | 7 Apr 18:38 2008
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XMPP transport

Hi,

I have been trying to find a xmpp gateway for ejabberd-2.0.0, the only transport I have found is a perl gateway[1]
which I was unable to configure with gtalk. Is anybody running a xmpp transport for ejabberd?

I know gtalk now supports s2s but I have to configure gtalk as a transport so that users can give their
existing gtalk username and password to the service and can see their buddy list of gtalk right away.

Any pointer/documentation is most welcome!

1. http://zerlargal.org/c/xmppgateway/

Regards,
Arup Malakar

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Sander Devrieze | 7 Apr 19:08 2008
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Re: XMPP transport

2008/4/7, Arup Malakar <amalakar <at> gmail.com>:
> Hi,
>
> I have been trying to find a xmpp gateway for ejabberd-2.0.0, the only
> transport I have found is a perl gateway[1]
> which I was unable to configure with gtalk. Is anybody running a xmpp
> transport for ejabberd?

Maybe J2J? http://wiki.jrudevels.org/index.php/Eng:J2J

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Andreas Ntaflos | 7 Apr 19:12 2008

Re: XMPP transport

On Monday 07 April 2008 18:38:30 Arup Malakar wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I have been trying to find a xmpp gateway for ejabberd-2.0.0, the only
> transport I have found is a perl gateway[1]
> which I was unable to configure with gtalk. Is anybody running a xmpp
> transport for ejabberd?
>
> I know gtalk now supports s2s but I have to configure gtalk as a transport
> so that users can give their
> existing gtalk username and password to the service and can see their buddy
> list of gtalk right away.

Pardon my ignorance, but why would you want to deploy an XMPP-to-XMPP 
transport?

Wouldn't it be easier to just use a Jabber client (like Psi, Tkabber, Pidgin 
or Gajim) that allows using your users' existing Google Talk account, making 
this a client-side issue?

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Leon | 7 Apr 19:33 2008
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Re: XMPP transport

Andreas Ntaflos wrote:

> Wouldn't it be easier to just use a Jabber client (like Psi, Tkabber, Pidgin 
> or Gajim) that allows using your users' existing Google Talk account, making 
> this a client-side issue?

Some clients (e.g. bombus - j2me jabber client) can't have two 
concurrent connections.

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