Summer of Code 2005
The Jabber Software Foundation is proud to participate in Google's Summer of Code. (See http://www.jabber.org/developer/summerofcode.shtml for background information.)
Projects have been chosen and posted on this page. Look for updates throughout the summer.
DBus Transport Layer
Goal: Ease the integration of XMPP into existing applications by providing a unified way to send arbitrary (but valid) stanzas via the DBus IPC protocol using only one resource and connection to the Jabber server.
Student: Jakub Piotr Cłapa
Shockwave Lingo Library
Goal: Create a library for Jabber/XMPP development in in Lingo, the Macromedia Shockwave Script language.
Student: Samuel Shoji Fukujima Goto
Goal: Add support for privacy lists, delayed delivery, non-SASL authentication, private XML storage, vCards, and several other features to the xmppd.py server.
Student: Cheng-En Pang
Goal: Help the gloox C++ library to full XMPP compliance and add Publish-Subscribe support.
Student: Jakob Schröter
Goal: Develop a new XMPP-based Message Transport Protocol for the Java Agent Development framework.
Student: Shawn Drost
Goal: Develop a strong code foundation for a Gnome Jabber client using Mono, C#, and Gnome#.
Student: Dominik Zabłotny
Jive Messenger Security Enhancements
Goal: Add support for SASL and TLS (as defined in RFC 3920) to Jive Messenger.
Student: Hao Chen
Compliance Testing Project
Goal: Develop the basis for a Java-based XMPP compliance platform for testing both servers and clients.
Student: Johan van Overbeeke
Ruby Code Library
Goal: Develop a clean Ruby library that implements the XMPP specifications.
Student: Yuki Mitsui
HTTP Jabber Interface
Goal: Develop a PHP-based implementation of JEP-0124 and JEP-0025 for improved integration between web applications and XMPP.
Student: John Jimmy Dondapati