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Revision as of 10:07, 9 September 2019

Here you can submit news items for inclusion in the next XMPP Newsletter (as managed by the CommTeam).


Contributors: What determines relevancy?

The submission must ideally be a blog or article about XMPP/Jabber and/or XMPP-based software (clients, servers, libs).

Some exceptions might be made, for example for a release page showing a new release of some XMPP-based software.

However, marketing brochures (e.g. single-page marketing sites) for new products which don't contain information on XMPP, won't be included.

Make sure you read the Basic communication guide for XMPP techies

Newsletter editors: TODO/checklist

For the newsletter editors:

  1. Collect links in this wiki page, read and validate content
  2. Copywriting so it is readable by humans
  3. Add images
  4. Add clear CTA
  5. PR on website git repo for blog post (Markdown, Pelican), and peer review
  6. Analytics from latest newsletter in spreadsheet
  7. Newsletter via Tinyletter
  8. Twitter scheduling: text, image, hashtags, link, timestamp
  9. Empty this page, keep structure

Submissions for next newsletter

Friendly, human introduction for the month (remove this mention before publishing)

Be kind, inform your friends and colleagues: forward this newsletter!

Articles

Videos

Tutorials

Events

Software releases

Servers

Réda Housni Alaoui is reviving the formerly dormant Vysper XMPP server https://github.com/apache/mina-vysper

Watching: To be included if source code released: https://github.com/redsolution/xabber-server

Clients

https://github.com/profanity-im/profanity/releases/tag/0.7.0

Libraries

Other

Services

GSoC

Extensions and specifications

Last Call

New

Obsoleted

Updated

Friendly specs

CTA, Call To Action (remove this mention before publishing)