Florian Jensen | 10 Dec 13:03 2010

XMPP Summit 10


the 10th XMPP Summit is coming up quickly, so we're preparing the participant lists so that we know for how
many people we need to book venues etc.

So it would be great if you're joining us for the Summit 10 in Brussels this year, if you could leave a comment
on the XMPP.org page or just say hi on the Summit list.: http://xmpp.org/participate/the-xmpp-summit/xmpp-summit-10/
That page will also list all the information you'll need to know about this years Summit (some parts are
still work in progress :) ).

If you're interested in holding a talk at FOSDEM in the XMPP Devroom, or are willing to help out at the XMPP
Booth, check the Wiki for more information: http://wiki.xmpp.org/web/FOSDEM_2011

Hope to see you all there!


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Victor Danilchenko | 31 Dec 15:48 2010

A question about user auto-logout


	My jabber server seems to automatically log users out after a while. 
it's not inactivity because my custom jabber client (we use it in our 
web product) sends a few bytes of nonsense every couple of minutes, just 
to keep the connection alive. However, some users still lose connection, 
without any indication in the logs as to why.

	This used to happen a lot more, but the heartbeat implementation got 
rid of most cases, but not all. Can anyone offer some sage advice on 
what it could be? It's not the routers dropping idle connections because 
the heartbeat does get sent. I looked through the jabber config, and saw 
nothing pertaining to an inactivity timeout.

	Thanks in advance.
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