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Posted 8 months ago by Marek Foss
Welcome to the 11th issue of our newsletter. You can subscribe to the XMPP Radar newsletter and receive it in your inbox at the end of each month. Here are the links we found interesting in May: What 671 million push notifications say about how people spend their day Push notifications are a cornerstone of […]
Posted 10 months ago by Mickaël Rémond
The BEAM Community is a group of projects that run on the Erlang VM. Our goal is to host relevant projects in the Erlang and Elixir communities, making it easy for those projects to participate in the Google Summer of Code (GSoC) 2016 (and similar initiatives), giving interested students a wide range of projects to […]
Posted 10 months ago by Marek Foss
Welcome to the 10th issue of our newsletter. April will be remembered by the renaissance of the chat bubble, the rise of the bots, and the end-to-end encryption for the masses. You can subscribe to the XMPP Radar newsletter and receive it in your inbox at the end of each month. Here are the links […]
Posted 10 months ago by Christophe Romain
This new ejabberd release includes bugfixes, and also two major source code refactorings: one for ejabberd commands, and other for database specific code in many modules. This version is doing lot of under the scene changes to prepare further ... [More] improvements and refactoring. For consistency, modules configured to use an SQL RDBMS are named sql instead […] [Less]
Posted almost 2 years ago by mremond
ejabberd 15.03 is yet another important release. We have added fixes and some major improvements. You can learn more about the changes and roadmap by meeting part of the team in upcoming . New features Websocket Websocket support is among the major ... [More] new features introduced in this release. You can write speedy XMPP web clients. This web support has been tested on large deployments and is extremely fast, with very low latency. read more [Less]
Posted almost 2 years ago by mremond
ejabberd modules ecosystem is growing. We now embed in ejabberd an easy command to install ejabberd contributed modules from source. read more
Posted almost 2 years ago by mremond
Archipel is a solution to manage and supervise virtual machines. It is fully based on XMPP for the realtime component and thus make an heavy use of ejabberd nicest features. You can register for the meetup here: ejabberd SF Bay Area Meetup Here is a nice teaser for Archipel project:
Posted almost 2 years ago by mremond
As a student, you can work with our team, improve your Erlang and Elixir skills and get paid to code awesome stuff on ejabberd. Isn't that cool ? You can learn more from ProcessOne blog: ejabberd and the Google Summer of Code 2015
Posted almost 2 years ago by mremond
A massive documentation effort It is well know that every developer in the world love writing docs :) Well, I am kidding, but still our goal is to have the most comprehensive and beautiful documentation possible for a project. Given the extremely ... [More] powerful and numerous ejabberd features and the extensive scope of XMPP, I guess you all understand the challenge. But, we can as a community be up to the tasks. We have bootstrapped a huge documentation effort for ejabberd, but we hope it will also serve as a good reference to learn XMPP. read more [Less]
Posted about 2 years ago by mremond
Along with that design, we have a new ejabberd logo. The hedgehog is gone and you now have the bubble 'e' with the nice new ejabberd typography. We hope you will like it :) This is just the tip of the iceberg. As you may have noticed, the whole ... [More] process for developing the project itself went through a major rework. To ease collaboration with the community, we moved to . This was decided for the following reasons: read more [Less]