Planet Jabber News

April 08, 2014

Jabber.org News

OpenSSL Upgrade

In response to the Heartbleed bug, upgraded the version of OpenSSL used at jabber.org to help prevent information leakage.

April 08, 2014 00:00

March 19, 2014

Jabber.org News

Cipher Suite Upgrades for Improved Security

In order to improve the security of your connections to the jabber.org IM service, we have upgraded the list of cipher suites that we support for Transport Layer Security (TLS). Specifically, we have removed a number of weak cipher suites that provide low levels of protection. As a result of these changes, it is possible that some client software will not able to connect (e.g., very old clients, and software exported to certain countries). Please post to the juser@jabber.org discussion list if you experience difficulties.

March 19, 2014 00:00

February 06, 2014

Jabber.org News

Distributed Denial of Service Attacks

The jabber.org IM service has been under attack over the last several days. As a result, your connectivity might be intermittent and message delivery might be slow. In addition, we have temporarily blocked communication with a number of other XMPP servers on the Internet to protect the jabber.org server. Please see our post at http://mail.jabber.org/pipermail/juser/2014-February/007048.html for further details.

February 06, 2014 00:00

January 03, 2014

Jabber.org News

First Encryption Test Day

On January 4, we will perform a test of requiring encrypted connections to other XMPP services on the Internet. During this test, it is possible that you will not be able to chat with friends at other domains, including Google Talk. Please visit http://www.jabber.org/security.html for details.

January 03, 2014 00:00

December 18, 2013

Jabber.org News

Security Plan

We are planning a series of security improvements, including mandated encryption of client connections. Please visit http://www.jabber.org/security.html for details.

December 18, 2013 00:00

December 16, 2013

ejabberd

ejabberd 13.12

We are pleased to announce a new stable release of ejabberd, ejabberd Community 13.12.

It has several bugfixes over the previous 13.10 release, and a few new features:

  • New OpenSSL ciphers option in c2s, s2s and s2s_out
  • mod_roster: new access rule to restrict roster modificartion
  • mod_pubsub: support for data migration from mnesia to odbc
  • ejabberd_xmlrpc included

As usual, the release is tagged in the Git source code repository on github

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by badlop at December 16, 2013 16:32

October 09, 2013

ejabberd

ejabberd 13.10

We are pleased to announce a new stable release of ejabberd, ejabberd Community 13.10.

It has some changes, several improvements and many bugfixes over the previous (not officially announced) 13.06. It is also the first official stable release of ejabberd Community after ejabberd 2.1.13. You are now pleased to use ejabberd community as reference for stable releases of ejabberd, from the master branch. ejabberd 2.1.x support is discontinued.

The most noticeable changes since 13.03-beta and 13.06 are:

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by badlop at October 09, 2013 20:44

September 24, 2013

Jabber.org News

Where We Stand

We seem to be over the worst of the upgrade issues now. Reliability appears better than before, we are supporting nearly twice as many concurrent users, and many new features have been added. Please let us know if you notice any odd behaviors, and thanks for bearing with us.

September 24, 2013 00:00

August 20, 2013

Jabber.org News

Migration Complete

The server migration was completed earlier today. Expect some residual instability as we iron out various wrinkles. Many thanks to the Isode team for all their hard work on the upgrade! And thanks to the users of jabber.org for your patience. :-)

August 20, 2013 00:00

August 18, 2013

Jabber.org News

Server Migration

On Tuesday, August 20, the jabber.org IM service will be migrated to a new server machine, generously donated by Isode. If all goes well, we will have a few hours of downtime. If not all goes well, we will most likely revert to the current machine and attempt the migration on another day. Please follow us on Identi.ca or Twitter for real-time updates.

August 18, 2013 00:00

July 03, 2013

ejabberd

ejabberd 2.1.13 and 13.06

We are pleased to announce the bugfix release ejabberd 2.1.13.
It includes a few bugfixes over 2.1.12:

  • Compilation: Detect correctly newer Darwin versions (EJAB-1594)
  • Guide: ejabberd_service expects a shaper_rule, not a shaper
  • MUC: Handle multiple < and > in mod_muc_log plaintext mode (EJAB-1640)
  • MUC: Handle ~ control sequence in text of mod_muc_log (EJAB-1639)
  • MUC: list_to_integer/2 only works in OTP R14 and newer
  • Pubsub: access_createnode acl also applies to auto created nodes
  • Web: Normalize HTTP path

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by badlop at July 03, 2013 08:49

June 25, 2013

Movim Blog

PSES2013: Podcast of the conference

Vincent has given another conference in french this weekend, on the 22th June.

It seem that Firefox is not able to read this Webm video, tell us is it works for you.

by movim at June 25, 2013 22:40

Jabber.org News

IPv6 Restored

IPv6 support was restored today around 07:00 local time (U.S. Central Time).

June 25, 2013 00:00

Account Registration Disabled Temporarily

We have temporarily disabled account registration at the jabber.org IM service while we migrate the account database to a new machine. We will enable the web registration form again as soon as possible! In the meantime, you can create an account at any other public XMPP service.

June 25, 2013 00:00

June 24, 2013

Jabber.org News

IPv6 Outage

Our hosting provider is experiencing an outage with IPv6 support. No ETA for a fix. We'll post again when we know more.

June 24, 2013 00:00

June 09, 2013

Movim Blog

Ubuntu Party Paris 13.04: Podcast of the conference

Vincent has given a conference in french last week, on the 2nd June.

Vincent at the conference

Vincent at the conference

We are also pleased to announce that the PSES2013 (Pas Sage en Seine 2013, in Paris) has invited us to present Movim at this event!
=> You can meet us on the saturday 22th June from 6.30PM to 7.30PM

by movim at June 09, 2013 10:11

March 05, 2013

Jabber.org News

Corrected Security Certificate

The security certificate that we installed in December used a SHA-256 fingerprint, which theoretically is more secure but which some existing software can't handle yet. Therefore we have installed a corrected certificate using a SHA-1 fingerprint. If you've been receiving a certificate warning for the last few months, you shouldn't receive those anymore.

March 05, 2013 00:00

March 03, 2013

Ignite Realtime

Openfire 3.8.1 has been released

We are happy to announce the new 3.8.1 release of Openfire. The complete set of changes can be found here.

 

Download Openfire from: http://www.igniterealtime.org/downloads/index.jsp

Enjoy!

 

the Openfire Team

by Ignite Realtime (communityadmin@igniterealtime.org) at March 03, 2013 21:59

February 26, 2013

Jack Moffitt

Digital Audio and Sampling Explained

Xiph.org has just posted the second in its series of videos on digital media concepts and techniques. It's packed with information and demonstrations, and you're sure to learn a huge amount. As an added bonus, it's hosted by Monty, the creator of Ogg Vorbis (and many other amazing things). You couldn't ask for a more qualified teacher.

Watch below, or on Xiph.org.

There is also a detailed write up.

by Jack Moffitt (jack@metajack.im) at February 26, 2013 08:23

February 06, 2013

Ignite Realtime

Openfire 3.8.0 has been released

We are happy to announce the new 3.8.0 release of Openfire. The complete set of changes can be found here.

 

Download Openfire from: http://www.igniterealtime.org/downloads/index.jsp

Enjoy!

 

the Openfire Team

by Ignite Realtime (communityadmin@igniterealtime.org) at February 06, 2013 21:37

January 15, 2013

Jabber.org News

Non-ASCII Characters Disallowed in New Accounts

In response to several recent instances of abuse, we have disallowed non-ASCII characters in new accounts registered at the jabber.org IM service. This policy does not apply to existing accounts.

January 15, 2013 00:00

October 09, 2012

Jabber.org News

Registration Re-Opened

We have re-opened account registration at https://register.jabber.org/

October 09, 2012 00:00

September 25, 2012

Jabber.org News

Updated Service Policy

Version 1.1 of the jabber.org service policy is now in effect.

September 25, 2012 00:00

September 10, 2012

Movim Blog

LSM 2012: Podcast of the conference

Timothée Jaussoin (Edhelas) and Guillaume Pasquet (Etenil) has given a conference in french on the Tuesday, 10th July.

We want to offer a transcript in the conference for the visually impaired and its translation to English. To do this, we need volunteers to make this work incredibly long and boring, that is impossible for a single person to achieve this goal.

Here is the full transcript produced by Clement, and here is the beginning of the timing of the transcription in SRT format. I advise you to open the video in Audacity, which you can listen to the soundtrack and note the time very precisely. Each sentence should be cut to stick on the sound.

The SRT file will be translated after. You could find all the others podcasts on the Wiki.

by movim at September 10, 2012 00:00

August 22, 2012

Jabber.org News

Disabled Accounts

Recently the jabber.org IM service has been the victim of massive and repeated denial of service attacks. The admin team strongly suspects that these attacks are related to the widespread and abusive use of jabber.org accounts by "customers" of KBot, a program for cheating at the DarkOrbit game. Even if the DoS attacks prove to be unrelated to KBot, the admin team has decided that use of jabber.org to communicate with KBot violates the jabber.org service policy. Although we are in the process of updating the service policy to more clearly define how this kind of usage is abusive, the dire nature of the current threat has forced us to take more immediate action. Therefore, we are disabling the accounts of every jabber.org user who communicates with KBot, and we have disabled new account registration to prevent further communication between jabber.org users and KBot. We do not take this step lightly, but given the current circumstances we have no other choice.

August 22, 2012 00:00

Account Registration Disabled

As part of our defensive measures against repeated DoS attacks, we have disabled new account registration until further notice.

August 22, 2012 00:00

August 21, 2012

Jabber.org News

Another Denial of Service

The previous DDoS attack has started again. As before, fallback measures are in place, but if your IM client doesn't handle DNS SRV records correctly then you might not be able to connect.

August 21, 2012 00:00

August 20, 2012

Jabber.org News

Proposed Changes to the Service Policy

We have posted proposed changes to the policy that governs use of the jabber.org IM service. Details, links, and instructions for providing feedback can be found in our post to the juser@jabber.org email list, see http://mail.jabber.org/pipermail/juser/2012-August/006869.html.

August 20, 2012 00:00

August 15, 2012

Jabber.org News

Service Restored

We were able to completely restore service today. However, it is quite possible that the denial of service attack could be launched again at any time. If you were unable to connect during the outage, we recommend that you consider using a different IM client or reporting a bug to the developers of the IM client you use, since standard DNS fallback and XMPP reconnection methods should have been sufficient to keep you online after the first few hours of the attack.

August 15, 2012 00:00

August 12, 2012

Jabber.org News

Denial of Service

Today we have experienced a distributed denial of service attack against the jabber.org IM service. Although the web server and email server are running fine, we have been forced to take the IM service offline until your (volunteer!) admin team has time to determine appropriate countermeasures. UPDATE 2012-08-12: We've made some DNS fixes and some clients are now able to connect.

August 12, 2012 00:00

December 27, 2011

ejabberd

ejabberd 2.1.10, 3.0.0-alpha-5 and exmpp 0.9.9

ejabberd 2.1.10, 3.0.0-alpha-5 and exmpp 0.9.9 have been released, after several months of development. They contain a few bugfixes.

ejabberd 2.1.10

These are the major bugfixes:

  • Erlang/OTP compatibility
    • Support Erlang/OTP R15B regexp and drivers (EJAB-1521)
    • Fix modules update in R14B04 and higher
    • Fix modules update of stripped beams (EJAB-1520)
  • XMPP Core

read more

by badlop at December 27, 2011 19:38

October 03, 2011

ejabberd

ejabberd 2.1.9, 3.0.0-alpha-4 and exmpp 0.9.8

ejabberd 2.1.9, ejabberd 3.0.0-alpha-4, and exmpp 0.9.8 have been released, after several months of development. They contain a lot of bugfixes, improvements and some new features.

ejabberd 2.1.9

This release includes a lot of bugfixes and improvements. This is just a short list of them:

  • New SASL SCRAM-SHA-1 authentication mechanism (EJAB-1196)
  • New option: resource_conflict (EJAB-650)

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by badlop at October 03, 2011 16:04

October 02, 2011

Ignite Realtime

Openfire 3.7.1 has been released

We are happy to announce the new 3.7.1 release of Openfire. The complete set of changes can be found here.

 

Download Openfire from: http://www.igniterealtime.org/downloads/index.jsp

Enjoy!

 

the Openfire Team

by Ignite Realtime (communityadmin@igniterealtime.org) at October 02, 2011 19:43

June 01, 2011

ejabberd

ejabberd 2.1.7, 3.0.0-alpha-3 and exmpp 0.9.7 -- security release

ejabberd 2.1.7, and ejabberd 3.0.0-alpha-3, and exmpp 0.9.7 have been released, after a few months of development. They contain a lot of bugfixes, improvements and some new features.

If you have ejabberd running in a public server, please update it immediately: those releases contain a security fix that disables entity expansion completely to prevent billion laughs DoS attack (CVE-2011-1753).

ejabberd 2.1.7

This release contains many bugfixes, improvements and a few new features.

A short list of changes:

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by badlop at June 01, 2011 17:05

May 06, 2011

Ignite Realtime

Smack 3.2 has been released

Smack 3.2 has been released on May 5, 2011.

 

It has been well over 2 years since the last release, but much work has been done to fix bugs and add new features.

 

That includes new support for

  • Addition of pubsub (XEP-0060)
  • Addition of Attention (XEP-0224).
  • Fixes and improvements for over 40 issues

 

After a three month beta period, the long overdue next version is now available. 

 

You can get it from the Downloads page

.

by Ignite Realtime (communityadmin@igniterealtime.org) at May 06, 2011 01:30

March 02, 2011

Ignite Realtime

Openfire 3.7.0 has been released

We are happy to announce the new 3.7.0 release of Openfire. The complete set of changes can be found here.

 

Download Openfire from: http://www.igniterealtime.org/downloads/index.jsp

Enjoy!

 

Openfire Team

by Ignite Realtime (communityadmin@igniterealtime.org) at March 02, 2011 22:11

February 04, 2011

Ignite Realtime

Smack 3.2.0 Beta has been released

Smack 3.2.0 Beta has been released on February 3, 2011.  It has been well over 2 years since the last release, but much work has been done to fix bugs and add new features.  There are still other issues to be worked on, as there will always be, but it is time to start a new roadmap for Smack.

 

The starting point will be this release with the intent to produce a more regular release cycle.  I will try to outline a roadmap for future releases in the near future based on the current set of issues, feedback within the forums and of course developer contributions.

 

You can download from the Beta Releases downloads page.

by Ignite Realtime (communityadmin@igniterealtime.org) at February 04, 2011 02:15

December 14, 2010

ejabberd

ejabberd 2.1.6 - CAPTCHA support, Shared Rosters LDAP

ejabberd 2.1.6 has been released, after four months of development. It contains a lot of bugfixes, improvements and some new features.

This is a small list of changes:

  • BOSH: Fix rare loop, support vhosts, allow module restart
  • Config: Default configuration allows registrations only from localhost
  • Config: Support to change loglevel per module at runtime
  • Erlang/OTP: Fix compatibility from R10B-9 to R14B01
  • ODBC: Compatibility with PostgreSQL 9.0
  • Privacy lists: Fix to allow block by group and subscription again

read more

by badlop at December 14, 2010 11:56

November 24, 2010

Ignite Realtime

Spark 2.6.0 RC1 has been released

Spark 2.6.0 RC1 has been released on November 17, 2010. It was a long  period of silence since the last Beta 2 release and even longer since  the latest Final release. But the work was continued, one project leader  changed the other. There were a lot of changes in the code, both seen  in the UI (color changes, additional options and buttons) and under the  hood (lots of proprietary code replaced with open source analogs). Some  new features were introduced, bugs fixed, and of course some new bugs  introduced As i said, the work is constantly continued by 3-6 volunteer  contributors. The plan is to release RC2 in December and then the Final  release next year in January. Meanwhile we ask the community to try out  RC1 and report about the issues in the forums.

 

There is no official changelog still, so i will just give a link to a list of 2.6.0 bugs in the tracker, 90% of them are fixed already.

Downloads for different platforms can be found on Beta Releases downloads page

 

Important note before upgrading! In 2.6.0 RC1 user's profile path has been changed to ..Username\Application Data\Spark (Windows XP), ..Username\AppData\Roaming\Spark (Vista/Win7) or $HOME/.Spark (Linux).  If you want to use same preferences and have old history, copy user's  profile folder to a new location and Spark will pick it up. Old location  was just the ..Username\Spark. There is no automatic import option in  the installer so far and it is not known if there will be one. So keep  this in mind.

by Ignite Realtime (communityadmin@igniterealtime.org) at November 24, 2010 13:56

November 16, 2010

ejabberd

Happy 8th birthday, ejabberd!

ejabberd gets 8 years old. But no party yet, Yozhik is bugfixing 2.1.6 and testing 3.0.0-alpha-2.

The source and more photographs of hedgehogs pets.

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by badlop at November 16, 2010 16:34

August 25, 2010

Ignite Realtime

XIFF 3.0.0 has been released

We are pleased to announce the release of XIFF 3.0.0! This  major release includes many bug fixes, improvements, and features over  the previous beta release, including Digest-MD5 support and removal of  all Flex dependencies for pure AS3 project support. This release also  includes a new class namespace (igniterealtime instead of jivesoftware). You can view the full change log here.

 

Download XIFF from here.

by Ignite Realtime (communityadmin@igniterealtime.org) at August 25, 2010 06:50

August 22, 2010

Ignite Realtime

Tinder 1.2.2 has been released

We have just released Tinder  1.2.2, which is a maintenance release. It fixes a number of bugs, features improved performance and has a number of new features.

 

Download Tinder from: http://www.igniterealtime.org/downloads/index.jsp

by Ignite Realtime (communityadmin@igniterealtime.org) at August 22, 2010 06:36

July 13, 2010

Tobias Markmann

GSoC '10: Mid-term approaching

Here comes another short update on my Google Summer of Code project.

Stanza acknowledgement is finally done, including representation in the GUI. You can see a short demonstration of the feature in the video below where I'm chatting with Matthew Wild, one of Prosody's main developers. He developed a module for Prosody that implements parts of Stream Management. This made my client side implementation much more easier to test.

The idea is simple: the status icon in the top left corner is replaced with a throbber animation, known to users from recent OSes and browsers, as long as there are messages that haven't been acked by the server.
Psi will at least request an ack after half a minute. However only if there's something to acknowledge for the server.

This week is mid-term evaluation of the Google Summer of Code projects. SCRAM support and stanza acknowledgement, which is the most important part of the Stream Management XEP, are both finished including GUI.

by Tobias Markmann at July 13, 2010 11:10

Tobias Markmann

GSoC '10: Mid-term approaching

Here comes another short update on my Google Summer of Code project.

Stanza acknowledgement is finally done, including representation in the GUI. You can see a short demonstration of the feature in the video below where I'm chatting with Matthew Wild, one of Prosody's main developers. He developed a module for Prosody that implements parts of Stream Management. This made my client side implementation much more easier to test.

The idea is simple: the status icon in the top left corner is replaced with a throbber animation, known to users from recent OSes and browsers, as long as there are messages that haven't been acked by the server.
Psi will at least request an ack after half a minute. However only if there's something to acknowledge for the server.

This week is mid-term evaluation of the Google Summer of Code projects. SCRAM support and stanza acknowledgement, which is the most important part of the Stream Management XEP, are both finished including GUI.

by Tobias Markmann at July 13, 2010 11:10

February 09, 2010

ejabberd

ejabberd and exmpp source code are moved from SVN to Git

After many months of planning, ejabberd and exmpp have been fully migrated to Git.

During the last 7 years, ejabberd source code was hosted at:

  • CVS at Jabber.Ru
  • CVS at JabberStudio.org
  • SVN at ProcessOne
  • Git preliminarly built with git-svn, at Github

Starting now, ejabberd source code is natively in Git, and hosted at:

The minimal instructions to start using it are mentioned in:
http://www.process-one.net/en/ejabberd/downloads

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by badlop at February 09, 2010 16:15

January 03, 2010

Ignite Realtime

Tinder 1.2.1 has been released

We have just released Tinder 1.2.1, which is a bugfix release. Users of the AbstractComponent implementation that was added in 1.2.0 are advised to update.

 

Download Tinder from: http://www.igniterealtime.org/downloads/index.jsp

by Ignite Realtime (communityadmin@igniterealtime.org) at January 03, 2010 23:20

December 08, 2009

Ignite Realtime

Tinder 1.2.0 has been released

I'm happy to announce the release of version 1.2.0 of Tinder. This new version brings interesting new features, a number of bugs fixes and general performance improvements. The complete set of changes can be found here. The blogpost that announced the new release can be found here

 

Download Tinder from: http://www.igniterealtime.org/downloads/index.jsp

Enjoy!

by Ignite Realtime (communityadmin@igniterealtime.org) at December 08, 2009 19:15

November 16, 2009

ejabberd

Happy 7th birthday, ejabberd!

Yes, ejabberd is already 7 years old.

Let's celebrate with a timeline of ejabberd, Erlang/OTP, XMPP/Jabber protocol, and Tkabber:

If you find any mistake, please comment. I built the graph using EasyTimeLine.pl, if you want the datafile, please comment.

read more

by badlop at November 16, 2009 20:32

October 17, 2009

XEPs

XEP-0227: Portable Import/Export Format for XMPP-IM Servers

Version 0.3 of XEP-0227: Portable Import/Export Format for XMPP-IM Servers has been released.

This document specifies a file format for importing and exporting user data to and from XMPP-IM servers.

The changelog is:

Modified to include feedback received during the initial Last Call. Added sections for privacy lists and incoming subscriptions, as well as text on XInclude security. (wh)

October 17, 2009 04:50

October 09, 2009

XEPs

XEP-0186: Invisible Command

Version 0.9 of XEP-0186: Invisible Command has been released.

This document specifies an XMPP-compatible protocol for user invisibility.

The changelog is:

Further clarified server and client handling of stanzas during an invisibility session. (psa)

October 09, 2009 05:53

XEP-0225: Component Connections

Version 0.2 of XEP-0225: Component Connections has been released.

This document specifies a standards-track XMPP protocol extension that enables server components to connect to XMPP servers.

The changelog is:

Modified namespace to incorporate namespace versioning; clarified that the value of the element can be either or resource>. (psa)<p>

October 09, 2009 05:53

XEP-0152: Reachability Addresses

Version 0.3 of XEP-0152: Reachability Addresses has been released.

This document defines an XMPP protocol extension for communicating reachability information related to non-XMPP devices.

The changelog is:

[See revision history] (psa)

October 09, 2009 05:53

October 06, 2009

XEPs

XEP-0251: Jingle Session Transfer

Version 0.2 of XEP-0251: Jingle Session Transfer has been released.

This specification defines an extension to XMPP Jingle for transferring a session (such as a voice call) from one person to another.

The changelog is:

Updated examples; added reference to RFC 5359; added security considerations regarding unattended transfer. (psa)

October 06, 2009 00:28

October 03, 2009

XEPs

XEP-0181: Jingle DTMF

Version 0.12 of XEP-0181: Jingle DTMF has been released.

This specification defines an XML format for encapsulating Dual Tone Multi-Frequency (DTMF) events in informational messages sent within the context of Jingle audio sessions, e.g. to be used in the context of Interactive Voice Response (IVR) systems. Note

The changelog is:

Corrected definitions and schema to make it clear that the code attribute contains one and only one character representing a DTMF tone. (psa)

October 03, 2009 02:33

October 01, 2009

XEPs

XEP-0270: XMPP Compliance Suites 2010

Version 1.0 of XEP-0270: XMPP Compliance Suites 2010 has been released.

This document defines XMPP protocol compliance levels for 2010.

The changelog is:

Per a vote of the XMPP Council, advanced specification from Experimental to Draft. (psa)

October 01, 2009 05:22

XEP-0175: Best Practices for Use of SASL ANONYMOUS

Version 1.2 of XEP-0175: Best Practices for Use of SASL ANONYMOUS has been released.

This document specifies best practices for use of the SASL ANONYMOUS mechanism in the context of client authentication with an XMPP server.

The changelog is:

Provided more detailed recommendations regarding usage restrictions for anonymous users, including the concept of different deployment types; added note about the user/anonymous service discovery identity. (psa)

October 01, 2009 04:57

September 30, 2009

XEPs

XEP-0168: Resource Application Priority

Version 0.7 of XEP-0168: Resource Application Priority has been released.

This document defines an XMPP protocol extension to indicate the presence priority of XMPP resources for applications other than standard XMPP messaging.

The changelog is:

[See revision history] (psa)

September 30, 2009 22:34

XEP-0197: User Viewing

Version 0.3 of XEP-0197: User Viewing has been released.

This document defines an XMPP protocol extension for communicating information about the television shows, movies, or other videos that a user watches.

The changelog is:

Modified namespace in accordance with protocol versioning policies. (psa)

September 30, 2009 22:33

XEP-0196: User Gaming

Version 0.3 of XEP-0196: User Gaming has been released.

This document defines an XMPP protocol extension for communicating information about the games a user plays.

The changelog is:

Modified namespace in accordance with protocol versioning policies. (psa)

September 30, 2009 22:33

XEP-0195: User Browsing

Version 0.3 of XEP-0195: User Browsing has been released.

This document defines an XMPP protocol extension for communicating information about the web pages a user visits.

The changelog is:

Modified namespace in accordance with protocol versioning policies. (psa)

September 30, 2009 22:33