XSF Discussion - 2013-08-21

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  25. denvercoder9

    hello guys!

  26. ralphm

    hi denverite

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  30. denvercoder9

    why i can't discover service at jabber.org :/

  31. ralphm

    jabber.org is in the process of being upgraded

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  34. ralphm

    also, I have to point out that jabber.org is ran by individuals, not the XSF

  35. Kev

    Should work fine at the moment though, minor s2s wibbles notwithstanding.

  36. Kev

    And when people can't disco it, it's usually because their server is limiting the size of the result stanza and bouncing it.

  37. denvercoder9

    was seeking for help/hints becouse i'm writing a small xmpp library

  38. Lance

    denvercoder9: what language?

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  40. Lance

    not satisfied with node-xmpp?

  41. denvercoder9

    not at all :)

  42. denvercoder9

    code is a mess

  43. MattJ

    A long time back I wrote a short-and-sweet XMPP library for Node, modeled on Strophe's API

  44. denvercoder9

    i'm planning on starting from the ground again for fun..

  45. MattJ

    but node-xmpp implemented more features, became more popular, and I don't like Javascript on the server in general anyway, so I stopped maintaining it

  46. denvercoder9

    we use node daily in my company and we just need an xmpp library to implement a server (and maybe a client)

  47. Kev

    You want to implement your own server?

  48. ralphm

    denvercoder9: have you consider just contributing to node-xmpp instead?

  49. denvercoder9

    mmm nope, i want to use this project to learn more about node

  50. Lance

    denvercoder9: if you open source it, send a link. i'm a node/js dev too, always interested in these things

  51. ralphm

    denvercoder9: trust me. Writing an XMPP server from scratch doesn't sound like the best project for getting to know node better.

  52. ralphm

    but that's just me

  53. Kev

    Writing a client lib might be a somewhat better target.

  54. denvercoder9

    are the first 3 rfcs listed here good to start coding a base lib?

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  57. denvercoder9

    Lance, of course i'll open source it :)

  58. MattJ

    and implementing an XMPP server is certainly not recommended, unless you want it to take over your life

  59. denvercoder9

    my life for a basic xmpp server?!

  60. MattJ

    That's the deal

  61. MattJ

    Because it only *starts* basic

  62. denvercoder9

    nha not sure..in my company we'll work on this in a team of 5

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  65. denvercoder9

    but why not taking my life over this :D

  66. denvercoder9

    i do this just for fun (as when coding at work too) so i'll enjoy this :)

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  68. MattJ

    I'm just joking, because it's what happened to me

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