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OneTeam (ProcessOne XMPP client released in 2006 but not open) is now in private alpha http://www.process-one.net/en/blogs/article/oneteam_xmpp_client_entering_private_alpha/

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XMPP Roundup: software

Welcome to the 14th Roundup of the XMPP community, part dedicated to new and updated software.

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Windows Mobile client for XMPP and ICQ http://getbest.ru/

ClearText ESM (XIMPP)

David Banes from ClearText, will release the client ClearText ESM (XIMPP), an XMPP chat and microblogging client. http://www.davidbanes.com/2010/02/08/teaser-cleartext-esm-code-name-ximpp/

open-chats-xmpp 0.2 for Pidgin

Mat?j Cepl has written open-chats-xmpp, a simple Perl scripts that opens auto-join bookmarks in Pidgin, using PubSub for bookmarks storage. http://mcepl.fedorapeople.org/scripts/open-chats-from-xmpp-bookmarks.pl


Poezio is an IRC-style XMPP/Jabber client: it lets you connect anonymously and join MUC, but has not one-to-one chat built in. http://codingteam.net/project/poezio/download


Jabbin, the fomer Psi fork, and only client implementing TINS, has resurected and is available in beta. http://www.jabbin.com/


Oyo is a web chat client relyong on the Smack library. http://www.bristowsoftware.co.uk/

Pandion 2.6.90

Sebastiaan Deckers has announced the release of Pandion 2.6.90, with much improvements, including a reworked UI and architecture, as well as a swicth to the GPLv3 license. http://blog.pandion.im/2010/02/pandion-2690-stable-release.html



Beem for Android



OneTeam (ProcessOne XMPP client released in 2006 but not open) is now in private alpha http://www.process-one.net/en/blogs/article/oneteam_xmpp_client_entering_private_alpha/



Jingle Nodes for ejabberd

Johann Prieur has contributed a Jingle Nodes modules for ejabberd: mod_jinglenodes. https://code.launchpad.net/~jprieur/+junk/mod_jinglenodes

WebSockets for Prosody

Ali Sabil has contributed a WebSocket module for Prosody: mod_websocket. http://code.google.com/p/prosody-modules/source/browse/mod_websocket/

xmpp.js: Server-side XMPP in Javascript

Mathew Wild has released, as announced at FOSDEM, his xmpp.js library. http://xmppjs.prosody.im/

Prosody 0.7.0rc1


Tigase XMPP server 5.0.0 beta




StropheCappuccino is a JavaScript library binding for the Cappuccino framework, that enables realt-ime web apps. http://bitbucket.org/primalmotion/strophecappuccino/wiki/Home


A PHP library http://code.google.com/p/missus/


Ahoy is a Ruby library for serverles messaging http://github.com/matsadler/ahoy

Those that don't fit the above categories (but that rock though)

twitter-xmpp bot

Uriah Welcome http://github.com/precision/twitter-xmpp/

PAD-XMPP: People Are Ducks

Tim Bielawa http://github.com/tbielawa/PAD-XMPP

karaka: XMPP to Skype gateway

Neil.Stratford, using Skype API, in Python, GPLv2 http://code.google.com/p/karaka/

Archipel: an XMPP-based orchestrator for virtualization

Archipel, an AGPL software developed by Antoine Mercadal, is an XMPP-based orchestrator for virtualization. http://www.archipelproject.org/Archipel_Project/Archipel.html

Spectrum: a XMPP transport/gateway

Spectrum, a GNU GPL software developed by Jan Kaluža, is a XMPP transport/gateway which supported several networks: AIM, Facebook, Gadu-Gadu, ICQ, IRC, MSN, SIMPLE, Twitter and XMPP. The first stable version has been released. http://spectrum.im/

Real-time shared HTML edition in Kompozer

According to Fabien Cazenave, who has given a lightning talk at FOSDEM, Kompozer, the Gecko-based HTML editor will gain real-time shared edition features based on XMPP. http://kazhack.org/tmp/fosdem10/

Pocho the bot

Mauro Pompilio has released Pocho, a Ruby bot for chatrooms.

Bonita gets an XMPP connector

Bonita is a BPM software http://www.bonitasoft.org/exchange/extension_view.php?eid=15

Karaka: XMPP to Skype transport



Grégoire Ménuel http://codingteam.net/project/omnipresence

There finishes this Roundup. You are encouraged to talk about it everywhere, and contribute to it.