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== XMPP Roundup: services ==
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* ''Facebook Chat on XMPP''
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http://blog.facebook.com/blog.php?post=297991732130 / http://wiki.developers.facebook.com/index.php/Integrating_with_Facebook_Chat / http://www.facebook.com/sitetour/chat.php
  
[http://code.google.com/p/xeerkat/ xeerkat] is a P2P computing framework over XMPP. xeerkat is not a new project, but original and never covered by the XMPP Roundup.
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* ''RSS.IM''
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http://www.rss.im/
  
''XMPP Framework''
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* ''IMO.IM''
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https://imo.im/
  
[http://drupal.org/project/xmppframework XMPP Framework], using XMPPHP, brings XMPP features to Drupal: XMPP-Drupal users correlation and relationship, XWChat web chat client (based on JSJaC), MUC, and notifications. This module is contributed by Darren Ferguson of OpenBand.
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* ''Tigase.im''
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http://www.tigase.im/
  
''Legacy IM Connections via M-Link''
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* ''Jappix''
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http://www.jappix.com/
  
Isode has [http://blog.isode.com/2009/09/isode-partners-with-zion-software-to-provide-xmpp-connectivity-to-legacy-im-networks-.html announced] that they are partnering with Zion Software to deploy the [http://www.zionsoftware.com/products/xmpp-gateway/ JBuddy XMPP Gateway] for connectivity between Isode's M-Link server software and legacy IM networks.
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* ''Jabber.me''
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http://jabber.me/
  
''XMPPKit''
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* ''livefyre.com''
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http://livefyre.com/ for cross-domain, cross-blog commenting in real time over XMPP.
  
The [http://etoileos.com/etoile/ Étoilé] user environment for the [http://www.gnustep.org/ GNUstep] project is building in support for sending what they call "CoreObjects" over XMPP using their emerging [http://etoileos.com/news/archive/2009/09/15/1659/ XMPPKit]; as a result they hope to enable collaborative editing, whiteboarding, and other interactive applications.
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* ''U Pro''
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http://upro.ufederation.com/ chat, question boxes and live tools for web professionals over XMPP.
  
''Libjingle in Chromium''
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* ''studiVZ''
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http://developer.studivz.net/2010/06/30/xmpp-chat-beta/
  
Libjingle, the Google's opensource library for Jingle, [http://git.chromium.org/viewvc/chrome/trunk/src/third_party/libjingle/ has been committed in Chromium], the opensource base of the Chrome browser.
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* ''After Facebook, Vkontakte''
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The Russian [http://vkontakte.ru/ Vkontakte] social network is using XMPP as the basis of their chat system, enabling third party clients to connect.
  
''Spectrum''
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* ''Zoho supports XMPP''
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http://raju.wiki.zoho.com/Zoho-Chat-Supports-Jabber.html
  
[http://spectrum.im/ Spectrum] is an XMPP gateway, released under the GPL license, using the libpurple and gloox libraries, coming from a Google Summer of Code project.
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* ''Jaconda''
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http://jaconda.im/
  
''GWT bindings for the Strophe XMPP library''
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* ''plupper''
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http://www.plupper.com/
  
[http://jprieur.wordpress.com/2009/10/07/gwt-bindings-for-the-strophe-xmpp-library/ Johann Prieur] has announced on his blog the availability through Bazaar of [https://launchpad.net/gwt-strophe gwt-strophe], under the MIT/X/Expat License, a binding for Strophe, the XMPP library. It is now in its early stage, and need testing and bug reports.
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* ''Hyves''
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http://www.hyves-developers.nl/documentation/data-api/hyves-chat-platform
  
''RDFbus''
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* ''hosted.IM''
 
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http://hosted.im/
The Ruby software under a BSD-like license [http://github.com/bendiken/rdfbus RDFbus] is a middleware for enabling RDF publish/subscribe payloads over XMPP and Stomp.
 
 
 
''Tigase Server 4.3''
 
 
 
Artur Hefczyc has released the [http://www.tigase.org/en/content/tigase-xmpp-server-431-b1858 version 4.3 of the Tigase Server]. It contains a lot of performance improvements, as well as new features, like monitoring, scripting, or roster versionning, and much more.
 
 
 
''Device state and MWI via PubSub in Asterisk''
 
 
 
[http://www.asterisk.org/ Asterisk], the well-known opensource telephony platform, integrates a feature (at the time of this writing, waiting for testing) enabling to [https://issues.asterisk.org/view.php?id=15757 broadcast the device states and the MWI] (Message Waiting Indicator), using the XMPP's [http://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0060.html publish-and-subscribe mechanism].
 
 
 
''Telepaatti''
 
 
 
[http://23.fi/telepaatti/ Telepaatti] is IRC to Jabber/XMPP gateway compatible with MUC-protocol (Multi user chat). It allows you to join MUC-rooms and communicate with Jabber/XMPP users via your IRC client. Telepaatti acts as Jabber/XMPP client imitating IRC-server.
 
 
 
''Emite''
 
 
 
[http://code.google.com/p/emite/ Emite] is a GWT XMPP library (Google We Toolkit) under the LGPL v3 license.
 
 
 
''Streaming Apple Events over XMPP''
 
 
 
Dan Brickley has released a Ruby script that [http://danbri.org/words/2009/10/19/483 re-routes the Mac OS X Apple Remote event stream to XMPP].
 
 
 
''ReaTiWe and PaaS''
 
 
 
[http://reatiwe.appspot.com/ ReaTiWe] (for "real-time web") is an application hosted on the Google App Engine (GAE), which is a "playground for all cool real-time-related stuff", including technologies such as XMPP, WebHooks, and PuSH (PubSubHubbub). It relies on [http://status.zhware.net/ PaaS] for Presence-as-a-Service, which is using XMPP presence stanza for microblogging. Both [http://github.com/zh/reatiwe ReaTiWe] and [paas PaaS] source codes are published by [http://zh.soup.io/ Stoyan Zhekov].
 
 
 
''Confbot: a Google Talk conference bot''
 
 
 
Perry Lorier has written and released [http://coders.meta.net.nz/~perry/jabber/confbot.php Confbot] under the GPL license. It is a python bot that enables group chats to Gtalk (and XMPP) users. It has been written in the early days of Gtalk, back in 2005.
 
 
 
''ejabberd_testing: automated testing for ejabberd modules''
 
 
 
Eric Cestari has posted a [http://cestari.wordpress.com/2009/10/27/ejabberd_testing-automated-testing-for-ejabberd-modules/ short article] on his blog, pointing to [http://github.com/cstar/ejabberd_testing ejabberd_testing]. The goal is is to be able to test ejabberd modules. It is released under the BSD license.
 
 
 
''joom''
 
 
 
Released under the Artistic and GPL licenses, [http://code.google.com/p/joom/ joom] is a collaborative brainstorming tool, similar to a group chat plus topics creation. First originality, the UI combines the personal roster, as well as the room roster. The other originality, is that the UI shows different views of the conversations: the regular stream of messages, and the active and inactive topic views, which filter out messages with certain hashtags. Thus it is possible to hold mulitple conversations in one room.
 
 
 
''gloox 1.0''
 
 
 
The famous [http://camaya.net/gloox/ gloox] library, for clients and components, has been [http://camaya.net/api/gloox/ released in version 1.0], under the GPL license. Do not mix with the [http://camaya.net/glooxd/ glooxd libray], made for servers.
 
 
 
''jctalk''
 
 
 
http://sourceforge.net/projects/jctalk/
 
 
 
''Remote remotes''
 
 
 
http://danbri.org/words/2009/10/23/492
 
 
 
''oai-pmh and xmpp''
 
 
 
http://inkdroid.org/journal/2009/09/23/oai-pmh-and-xmpp/
 
The Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting
 
http://www.openarchives.org/OAI/openarchivesprotocol.html
 
 
 
''Clustering plugin for Openfire is now open source''
 
 
 
http://www.igniterealtime.org/community/blogs/ignite/2009/11/10/clustering-plugin-for-openfire-is-now-open-source
 
 
 
''Oslo Protocol''
 
 
 
http://code.google.com/p/oslo-protocol/
 
federated location sharing and proximity detection
 
 
 
''retepXMPP Server, Client & Library''
 
 
 
http://kenai.com/projects/retepxmpp/
 
retepXMPP is a suite of libraries for writing applications using the XMPP Protocol utilising technologies like JAXB & Grizzly. Being modular it is possible to create components, clients or even embedded servers. Requires Java 6 or later.
 
 
 
''Web presence''
 
 
 
http://plugins.jquery.com/project/ejabberd_presence
 
 
 
''Prosody 0.6.0 and 1 year old''
 
 
 
http://blog.prosody.im/prosody-0-6-0-released/
 
http://blog.prosody.im/one-year-ago-today/
 
 
 
''Musubi''
 
 
 
Teruaki Gemmahas developped a Firefox extension
 
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/50716
 
http://musubi.im/
 
http://musubi.im/mediawiki/index.php/Main_Page
 
 
 
''Gajim 0.13''
 
 
 
''OneWeb''
 
 
 
http://www.process-one.net/en/blogs/article/oneweb_demonstrates_the_power_of_xmpp_inside_the_browser/
 
 
 
''Coccinella 0.96.16 Released''
 
 
 
http://coccinella.im/coccinella-0.96.16
 
 
 
''MatriX for .NET released''
 
 
 
http://blog.ag-software.de/?p=79
 
 
 
''Psi 0.14 is out''
 
 
 
This time this has been made sure Psi is not missed in the Roundup:
 
http://psi-im.org/
 
 
 
''Haskell: XMPP and matsuri''
 
 
 
http://hackage.haskell.org/package/XMPP-0.1.2
 
http://hackage.haskell.org/package/matsuri-0.0.4
 
 
 
''GVxmpp''
 
 
 
Google Voice SMS to XMPP
 
http://gvxmpp.com/
 
 
 
''jabber.org migration''
 
 
 
http://www.jabber.org/index.php/2009/12/server-migration-coming-soon/
 
 
 
''The polish nasza-klasa social network on XMPP'
 
 
 
''NKtalk''
 
 
 
http://erlang-consulting.com/press-releases/3/entry/1129
 
http://nasza-klasa.pl/
 
 
 
''lyricsfly''
 
 
 
http://metajack.im/2010/01/13/song-lyrics-xmpp-bot-and-tutorial/
 

Latest revision as of 10:10, 13 January 2011

XMPP Roundup: services

  • Facebook Chat on XMPP

http://blog.facebook.com/blog.php?post=297991732130 / http://wiki.developers.facebook.com/index.php/Integrating_with_Facebook_Chat / http://www.facebook.com/sitetour/chat.php

  • RSS.IM

http://www.rss.im/

  • IMO.IM

https://imo.im/

  • Tigase.im

http://www.tigase.im/

  • Jappix

http://www.jappix.com/

  • Jabber.me

http://jabber.me/

  • livefyre.com

http://livefyre.com/ for cross-domain, cross-blog commenting in real time over XMPP.

  • U Pro

http://upro.ufederation.com/ chat, question boxes and live tools for web professionals over XMPP.

  • studiVZ

http://developer.studivz.net/2010/06/30/xmpp-chat-beta/

  • After Facebook, Vkontakte

The Russian Vkontakte social network is using XMPP as the basis of their chat system, enabling third party clients to connect.

  • Zoho supports XMPP

http://raju.wiki.zoho.com/Zoho-Chat-Supports-Jabber.html

  • Jaconda

http://jaconda.im/

  • plupper

http://www.plupper.com/

  • Hyves

http://www.hyves-developers.nl/documentation/data-api/hyves-chat-platform

  • hosted.IM

http://hosted.im/