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In-Band Real-Time Text to Draft Standard

The XMPP Standards Foundation has advanced XEP-0301 (In-Band Real Time Text) from Experimental to Draft in its standards process. This technology enables “conversational text” to be exchanged instantly while it is being typed or created, which has applications in live speech transcription, systems for the deaf and hard of hearing, and other situations where speech [...]

October 9, 2013

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Stanza Forwarding to Draft Standard

XEP-0297, which defines a method for forwarding XMPP stanzas from one entity to another, has been advanced to a status of Draft within the XSF’s standards process.

October 9, 2013

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Server Dialback to Draft Standard

The XMPP Standards Foundation has advanced the Server Dialback protocol specification (XEP-0220) to a status of Draft. Although this protocol was originally defined in RFC 3920, it was moved to XEP-0220 in 2007 when work began on the updated XMPP RFCs, and the documentation has been continually improved since then.

September 28, 2013

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Bidirectional Server-to-Server Connections

Today the XMPP Council advanced XEP-0288 from Experimental to Draft in the XSF’s standards process. This specification decreases the number of sockets necessary for server-to-server connections and also removes some of the practical barriers to connection multiplexing in the Server Dialback protocol.

September 26, 2013

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Prosody 0.9 released

The Prosody dev team has been quite busy – here is the details from their mailing list announcement: We are proud to present you with the release of Prosody 0.9.0. Prosody is a lightweight XMPP server, written in Lua. We focus on simplicity, ease-of-use and efficiency – which is why you can find Prosody running [...]

August 21, 2013

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