We’ve just had the great news that Google have again accepted the XSF to mentor XMPP-related projects in the Google Summer of Code this year. GSoC is a programme whereby Google pays students a stipend to work on open source projects for the summer, and when we’re able to participate in this it’s a highlight [...]March 3, 2015
There’s some recent discussion about the sky falling for XMPP at Google. See this blog post by Dan York for example. In reality, we don’t know the state of XMPP inside Google because they don’t share their use of XMPP with the XSF. We do know Android’s Google Cloud Messaging uses it. We know Hangouts [...]March 2, 2015
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We’d like to say a big “thank you” to two companies who have recently signed up as sponsors of the XMPP Standards Foundation. Erlang Solutions are a new XSF sponsor who specialise in providing businesses with scalable solutions via the creation, integration, delivery and lifetime support of products and services based on the Erlang and Elixir programming languages. [...]February 16, 2015
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“Why should I use XMPP?” is a question we get asked a lot. Our answer is often technically-focussed, as there are plenty of reasons XMPP might be the right choice, or we might explain about the benefits of a federated approach – where everyone can run their own server and control their own data. Either [...]January 26, 2015
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The 17th XSF Summit is approaching! On January 29th and 30th 2015, just before FOSDEM2015. members of the XMPP community will be gathering at the Cisco offices in Diegem, Brussels to talk about all things XMPP. Our agenda is evolving but so far includes: XMPP-IoT, Current state of the IoT XEPs Editor team automation sprint [...]January 8, 2015
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