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ProcessOne: Developing for ejabberd SaaS – SeaBeyond 2014 video

15 January, 2015 - 08:49

Jérôme Sautret introduced what it is like to deploy ejabberd SaaS service and how it integrates with your own back-end.

It happens this is the most advanced and scalable way to date to deploy an XMPP messaging service and it integrate directly with your own data.

Enjoy !

Ignite Realtime Blog: Smack 4.1.0-beta1 available

14 January, 2015 - 13:17

The Ignite Realtime community is happy to announce the first beta version of the upcoming Smack version 4.1. Smack is an open source XMPP client library written in Java with multi-runtime support. It can be used with Java SE and Android runtimes. If you haven't done already now is the ideal time to grab Smack 4.1.0-beta1 and try it out. Compared to the alpha versions of 4.1 the API is considered stable and API changes are unlikely to happen.

 

Release highlights include support for XEP-198 Stream Management (disabled per default), improved multi-threading performance, improved MUC API and support for SCRAM SHA-1.

 

Everyone is invited to test beta1 in his projects. The community forum awaits your feedback and bug reports. Although the beta version has proven reliable so far, please only use it productive after intensive testing.

 

An incomplete list of API changes can be found in the Smack 4.1 Readme and Upgrade Guide. Please consult the Readme before using Smack 4.1.

 

As always, Smack 4.1.0-beta1 is available from Maven Central.

ProcessOne: SeaBeyond 2014 Summary

13 January, 2015 - 09:33

We had a great SeaBeyond conference in past December. It was really great to meet our users, who are developers building innovative products on top of our technologies.

During the conference we have shown what ProcessOne is working on and preparing to release in the next months. We gathered lot of feedback and are feeling energized to start 2015. Thank you all for joining us !

As promised, we will publish videos of the talks and interviews of developers present at the conference in the coming days. We talked about XMPP, ejabberd, ejabberd SaaS, Boxcar, push notifications, beacons, smartwatches. We hope to have great material for you to enjoy.

In the meantime, if you could not join us at the conference, here is a short video that will give you an idea of the atmosphere at the event.

The XMPP Standards Foundation: XMPP on the Global Internet of Things Day

8 January, 2015 - 09:14

The 9th of april is the Global IoT day  (Internet of Things day)  on the site  iotday.org and on iotlive.org events and meetups around the world are celebrating and connecting live devices.

#IoTDayStockholm is coordinating several schedules from events in different time zones and will be having workshops creating XMPP IoT enabled devices. These will be open to interact with, to read and write values over the secure XMPP network.

look here for the  schedule here and many details on http://iea-sust.se/category/iotday

Peter Saint-Andre: Monadnock Valley Press Annual Report 2014

2 January, 2015 - 00:00
Unfortunately, 2014 was another slow year at the Monadnock Valley Press, the public-domain website and small-scale publishing house I run on the side. Back in January of last year I changed jobs, so I was just as busy as ever (perhaps even more so).

Peter Saint-Andre: Notes Toward The Upland Farm

24 December, 2014 - 00:00
Four months ago on August 24th, I made the following notes in my journal as a rough outline of my planned book on Thoreau, now tentatively entitled The Upland Farm: Thoreau on the Art of Living (since there's already a book entitled Walking With Thoreau). Although in my previous thematic exploration I had envisioned the book as a set of four seasonal walks, at the moment I am pondering a journal entry for each month, along with one poem for each season. Here are the notes...

Ignite Realtime Blog: Discontinue Igniterealtime subversion server, migration to Github

17 December, 2014 - 16:00

Greetings all.  Baring any significant community protest, the subversion server for Igniterealtime will be shutdown on 1 January 2015.  All of the active and still relevant repositories have been migrated (with commit histories hopefully in-tact) to our Github presence.

 

The following Ignite subversion repositories were not migrated due to them likely no longer being relevant

  • kraken
  • transports
  • wildfire

 

Some of the migrated repositories to Github have not seen development in a number of years.  We are certainly interested to hear of any community members that may wish to revitalize any of these projects:

 

When the subversion service is shutdown, a copy of the repos will be maintained offline in case anything comes up in the future necessitating its revival.   Github has been an awesome platform to collaborate on for our active projects that migrated a number of months ago.  Hopefully this change helps breathe some life into the older Igniterealtime projects!

ProcessOne: ejabberd Community 14.12

17 December, 2014 - 13:47

We’re pleased to announce the last release of ejabberd for 2014 !
Thanks to contributors, this release includes great improvements and opens road to 2015.

ejabberd Community 14.12 includes many bugfixes, and a few new features:
– New module mod_client_state implements XEP-0352: Client State Indication
– New module mod_fail2ban to ban IPs that show malicious signs
– New option store_empty_body in mod_offline
– New option disable_sasl_mechanisms
– Improve option resend_on_timeout to support if_offline

Improvements mainly cover:
– More robust offline server
– Better charset support in XMLRPC
– Some PEP issues fixed

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

The source package and binary installers are available at ProcessOne

If you suspect you found a bug, search or fill a bug report in Jira

Peter Saint-Andre: Progressive Similarity

14 December, 2014 - 00:00
Lately I've been listening a lot to the music of the a cappella group Pentatonix. On the surface, their music is stylistically not the kind of thing I typically like - I very much prefer Bach, Ellington, and Yes to recent pop.

Swift Blog: Swift and Isode

11 December, 2014 - 00:00

Having been working on this behind the scenes for a while, we’ve got some good news. After years of quietly supporting Swift, Isode are now taking Swift formally into their product set. This means more developers working on Swift and the opportunity for more rapid development and advancement of the projects. In practical terms, we think the only obvious change externally is likely to be an increase in activity in the commit logs and improvements to the software, both of which have been becoming increasingly obvious in recent months as Isode’s been increasing support.

Some details about which you may care:

  • Isode’s a long-term producer of messaging and directory servers, including the M-Link XMPP server, has been the provider of commercial licenses for Swiften, was responsible for the port of Swiften to Java in the form of Stroke and is where Kev works for his day-job.
  • Kev’s going to manage the Swift projects within Isode.
  • Swift, Stroke et al. will be remaining open source, with commercial licensing and support available.
  • The project will continue to run in much the same way, with public code review systems etc.
  • We’ll still be accepting community-supplied patches
  • We’ll still be encouraging testing and feedback by the community
  • We think this is going to be an opportunity to make Swift better

We hope you’ll join us in our excitement for Swift’s future.

Peter Saint-Andre: My Intellectual History, Part III

6 December, 2014 - 00:00
It seems that every once in a while on December 6th, I write a journal entry about the intellectual path I'm travelling in this all-too-short life. The previous installments in this series were written on December 6th, 1989 and December 6th, 1999. It's been fifteen years since the last post, so there's a lot of ground to cover! Like 1500 blog posts, 4 books, a bunch of meaningful friendships, and a big phase of my career. (And no, there isn't any particular significance to December 6th, it just happens to have worked out that way.)

ProcessOne: [FR] Conférence SeaBeyond 2014: Le programme de la Sandbox

25 November, 2014 - 20:55

Nous avons publié une courte vidéo décrivant les thèmes que nous allons aborder dans la Sandbox de SeaBeyond, le 4 décembre 2014 à Paris.

Au programme:
– XMPP, ejabberd SaaS et temps réel web (Websockets, …).
– Développement iOS: Push, Widgets, Beacons.
– Watches: Android Wear et Apple Watch.

Voici la vidéo pour plus de détails:

Les détails et le lien pour l’inscription sont sur la page de SeaBeyond

Prosodical Thoughts: Prosody 0.9.7 released

24 November, 2014 - 14:50

We are pleased to announce a new minor release from our stable branch. This release has just a couple of changes for you:

  • Fix server-to-server interoperability issue with Isode M-Link (since 0.9.6)
  • Fix traceback in 'prosodyctl about' command with LuaRocks 2.2.0+ installed

Also, this is our first release with an official Docker image. More on that soon!

Download

As usual, download instructions for many platforms can be found on our download page

If you have any questions, comments or other issues with this release, let us know!

ProcessOne: [FR] La conférence SeaBeyond: Qu’est-ce que c’est ?

17 November, 2014 - 08:31

Voici une brève introduction qui explique la génèse et l’esprit de SeaBeyond:

Pour s’inscrire et consulter le programme de SeaBeyond, c’est ici: SeaBeyond

Tigase Blog: Tigase XMPP Server 5.2.3 release

14 November, 2014 - 16:34

A maintenance version Tigase XMPP Server 5.2.3 has been released and it's available for download. As always - binaries are available for download in the files section on the project tracking system.