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Sixties - Aperçu - Clochix Labs

by Xavier Lacot
Sixties est une bibliothèque de classes PHP visant à implémenter la partie cliente de plusieurs extensions (XEP) du protocole XMPP (Jabber). Le but principal est de faciliter l'utilisation des fonctionnalités dites PubSub (XEP-0060). PubSub est un mécanisme permettant de publier des informations et d'envoyer des notifications lors d'évènements tels que la publication d'un contenu.

brettstimmerman's jabber-bot at master - GitHub

by parmentierf
Easily create simple regex powered Jabber bots.


Speeqe – Trac

by greut (via)

Speeqe is a web based, group chat client that works with the XMPP/MUC protocol.

and open source since a couple of days.

Cisco Gets the XMPP Message, Buys Jabber - O'Reilly Broadcast

by nhoizey
On September 19, 2008, Cisco Systems, Inc announced that they were buying The move serves to highlight the fact that Cisco itself, long known for the sale of routers, network adapters and related infrastructure products, has also quietly been pushing its way into the messaging infrastructure space.

Cisco s'empare de la messagerie Open Source Jabber - Journal du Net > Solutions

by parmentierf
Cisco vient de conclure un accord visant à acquérir Jabber, éditeur de logiciels de messagerie éponymes.

Projects/PunJab - Butterfat

by greut (via)

Punjab is a HTTP jabber client interface. It is a SOAP, XMLRPC, XEP-0025 or XEP-0124 server that allows persistent client connections to a jabber server. It can be used for many things, but its main purpose is to allow for stateless applications (ie web) a stateful connection to jabber.

let enter the BOSH era

AKSW : Projects / x Operator

by parmentierf (via)
A semantic agent for xmpp / jabber network which finds and shares content about resources (using RDF/SPARQL) for you and your jabber friends.

How to use ejabberd's pubsub module | ejabberd Community Site

by greut

Pubsub nodes are organized in a hierarchical tree, similar to a file system. mod_pubsub imposes a special structure on this tree. There is a special node, pubsub/nodes, that contains all other created nodes. Nodes of users have names like home/server/username/whatever. If you try to create a node whose name doesn't fit that pattern, you will get an error. If you don't specify a name (i.e. create an instant node), the server generates a name that fits this pattern

Some says that it's the future of feeds, at least server-to-server subscriptions.

one small voice » Quick OAuth Notes

by Xavier Lacot (via)
1. My Twhirl client asks for an OAuth token. 2. If considers me a friend of Kellan’s, it grants a token. 3. My Twhirl client sends an XMPP pubsub subscription request to, with appropriate OAuth bits

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