XMPP Roundup: software
Welcome to the 14th Roundup of the XMPP community, part dedicated to new and updated software.
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Pigeon is a chat client for XMPP and ICQ available on the Windows Mobile platform.
ClearText ESM (XIMPP)
David Banes from ClearText, will release the client ClearText ESM (XIMPP), an XMPP chat and microblogging client.
open-chats-xmpp 0.2 for Pidgin
Matej Cepl has written open-chats-xmpp, a simple Perl scripts that opens auto-join bookmarks in Pidgin, using PubSub for bookmarks storage.
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.
Jabbin, the fomer Psi fork, and only client implementing TINS, has resurected and is available in beta.
Oyo is a web chat client relying on the Smack library.
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.
qutIM is a "free open-source multiprotocol (ICQ, Jabber/GTalk/Ya.Online/LiveJournal.com, Mail.Ru, IRC) instant messenger for Windows and Linux systems".
Beem for Android
Beem is an XMPP client for Android phones and devices, released under the GPLv3 license.
MCabber 0.10.0 RC5
MCabber is a full-featured GPL console XMPP client for Unix-like systems.
OneTeam for GTalk and TextOne
ProcessOne has released two new iPhone applications. The first one is a GTalk chat client with push, and the second one is TextOne, a messaging application that replaces the SMS application, without presence, but with groupchat and push.
Jingle Nodes for ejabberd
Johann Prieur has contributed a Jingle Nodes module for ejabberd: mod_jinglenodes.
WebSockets for Prosody
Ali Sabil has contributed a WebSocket module for Prosody: mod_websocket.
Mathew Wild has released, as announced at FOSDEM, his ™xmpp.js library that is based on Node.js.
Prosody 0.7.0 RC1
Prosody 0.7.0 RC1 is ready for wide testing. It includes a large number of improvements.
Tigase XMPP server 5.0.0
Tigase XMPP server 5.0.0 is available for download. The changelog is long (bttom of page), but as a summary, this version adds Component Connections (XEP-0225), stringprep support, fixes in s2s, new server configuration framework, scripting available for all server components
Missus is a PHP library in the early stage of development, released under LGPL.
Ahoy is a Ruby library for serverles messaging, using Bonjour/DNSDS/mDNS and XMPP.
Those that don't fit the above categories (but that rock though)
Uriah Welcome has developped twitter-xmpp, a simple Twitter to XMPP bot, with oauth.
PAD-XMPP: People Are Ducks
Tim Bielawa has released PAD-XMPP, a personal project for learning erlang and XMPP.
karaka: XMPP to Skype gateway
Neil Stratford has released karaka, an XMPP transport for Skype, using Skype API, written in Python, and publishe under GPLv2.
Archipel: an XMPP-based orchestrator for virtualization
Spectrum: a XMPP transport/gateway
Spectrum, a GNU GPL software developed by Jan Kaluža, is a XMPP transport/gateway which supports several networks: AIM, Facebook, Gadu-Gadu, ICQ, IRC, MSN, SIMPLE, Twitter and XMPP. The first stable version has been released.
Real-time shared HTML+CSS edition in Kompozer: sxEdit
According to Fabien Cazenave, who has given a lightning talk at FOSDEM, KompoZer, the Gecko-based HTML+CSS editor will gain real-time shared edition features based on XMPP: sxEdit is the product name.
Pocho the bot
Mauro Pompilio has released Pocho, a Ruby bot for chatrooms.
Bonita gets an XMPP connector
Bonita is an opensource BPM software (Business Process Management). It has received contributions for an XMPP connector.
Grégoire Ménuel has released Omnipresence, a presence to web service, that will let users show their presence on websites.
The OSAMI Service Orchestration has received an XMPP Bundle.
idzHXR is a plugin under MIT license which allows Strophe to work without any cross domain policy limitation.
Ohm Studio is a real-time collabrative audio sequencer hat will enable any musician to collaboratively edit and mix musics with any other musician in the world.
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