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<span style="color:red">This Roundup is the third “almost-monthly” review of the XMPP-sphere this summer. It shows again a lot of activity as you can see through these pointers to articles, software, services, and of course specifications, the core of our work here at the XSF.</span>
  
 
Ce tour d'horizon est la troisième « presque mensuelle » revue de la sphère XMPP cet été. Il montre encore une fois énormément d'activité comme vous pouvez le constater à travers dces pointeurs vers des articles, logiciels, services et bien sûr spécifications, le coeur de notre activité ici à la XSF.
 
Ce tour d'horizon est la troisième « presque mensuelle » revue de la sphère XMPP cet été. Il montre encore une fois énormément d'activité comme vous pouvez le constater à travers dces pointeurs vers des articles, logiciels, services et bien sûr spécifications, le coeur de notre activité ici à la XSF.
  
''This Roundup is the third “almost-monthly” review of the XMPP-sphere this summer. It shows again a lot of activity as you can see through these pointers to articles, software, services, and of course specifications, the core of our work here at the XSF.''
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== Articles ==
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<span style="color:red">''XMPP web project walk-through''</span>
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<span style="color:red">Boris Okner describes a weather web application using ejabberd and strophe over BOSH. You can play with the demo (username: shared, password: shared).</span>
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''Visite guidée d'un projet web XMPP''
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Boris Okner décrit une application web de météo utilisant ejabebr et strophe sur BOSH. Vous pouvez jouer à la démo (nom : shared, mot de passe : shared).
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<span style="color:red">''Scalable XMPP bots with erlang and exmpp''</span>
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<span style="color:red">ProcessOne has published a series of articles on how to build bots on top of the exmpp library (in Erlang). These come in three parts: part I, part II and part III.</span>
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''Robots scalables en erlang et xmpp''
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ProcessOne a publié une série d'articles sur comment construire des robots sur la bibliothèque exmpp (en Erlang). C'est en trois parties : partie I, partie II et partie III.
  
== Articles ==
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<span style="color:red">''Meet the Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP)''</span>
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<span style="color:red">IBM developerWorks has published an article by Tim Jones introducing XMPP as a multipurpose instant messaging architecture that is not only suited for chat applications. There is an example in Ruby using the xmpp4r library.</span>
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''Rencontre avec le Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP)''
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IBM developerWorks a publié un article de Tim Jones intriduisant XMPP comme architecture de messagerie instantanée multifonction qui n'est pas uniquement dédiée aux applications de discussion. Il y a un exemple en Ruby, utiilisant la bibliothèque xmpp4r.
  
XMPP web project walk-through
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<span style="color:red">''XMPP powering the “internet of things”?''</span>
Boris Okner describes a weather web application using ejabberd and strophe over BOSH. You can play with the demo (username: shared, password: shared).
 
  
Scalable XMPP bots with erlang and exmpp
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<span style="color:red">A few “internet of things” (or “IoT”) projects are using XMPP as a communication layer: this could well show an area of development for XMPP.</span>
ProcessOne has published a series of articles on how to build bots on top of the exmpp library (in Erlang). These come in three parts: part I, part II and part III.
 
  
Meet the Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP)
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''XMPP moteur de l'internet des objets ?''
IBM developerWorks has published an article by Tim Jones introducing XMPP as a multipurpose instant messaging architecture that is not only suited for chat applications. There is an example in Ruby using the xmpp4r library.
 
  
XMPP powering the “internet of things”?
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Quelques projets d'« internet des objets » (« IoT » pour « internet of things ») utilisent XMPP comme couche de communication : cela pourrait bien représenter un zone de développement pour XMPP.
A few “internet of things” (or “IoT”) projects are using XMPP as a communication layer: this could well show an area of development for XMPP.
 
  
 
== New and updated software ==
 
== New and updated software ==
  
Psi 0.13
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<span style="color:red">''Psi 0.13''</span>
The verson 0.13 of Psi, the well-known free software Jabber client, has been released by Justin Karneges on the 28th of July. Sorry for that miss on the previous Roundup. The main new feature a top-requested one: Jingle voice! A few days later, Justin announced the 0.14 plan, you can read the interesting follow-up.
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<span style="color:red">The verson 0.13 of Psi, the well-known free software Jabber client, has been released by Justin Karneges on the 28th of July. Sorry for that miss on the previous Roundup. The main new feature a top-requested one: Jingle voice! A few days later, Justin announced the 0.14 plan, you can read the interesting follow-up.</span>
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<span style="color:red">''Pidgin 2.6''</span>
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<span style="color:red">In yet another big advance for Jingle, the Pidgin team has released the version 2.6 of this multi-protocol IM client, with Jingle voice and video for Linux and Mac OS X. Support for Jingle file transfer is also on the way.</span>
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<span style="color:red">''Silent Diving Seagulls''</span>
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<span style="color:red">Silent Diving Seagulls is a multi-platform Firefox extension for desktop notifications. It is based on xmpp4moz. This article also points to Yapper, an XMPP interface for the Growl notifier (for Mac OS X).</span>
  
Pidgin 2.6
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<span style="color:red">''WideNoise''</span>
In yet another big advance for Jingle, the Pidgin team has released the version 2.6 of this multi-protocol IM client, with Jingle voice and video for Linux and Mac OS X. Support for Jingle file transfer is also on the way.
 
  
Silent Diving Seagulls
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<span style="color:red">WideNoise is an iPhone application using XMPP and OpenSpime to track noise: it will display decibel levels in maps.</span>
Silent Diving Seagulls is a multi-platform Firefox extension for desktop notifications. It is based on xmpp4moz. This article also points to Yapper, an XMPP interface for the Growl notifier (for Mac OS X).
 
  
WideNoise
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<span style="color:red">''ejabberd 2.1.0 beta''</span>
WideNoise is an iPhone application using XMPP and OpenSpime to track noise: it will display decibel levels in maps.
 
  
ejabberd 2.1.0 beta
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<span style="color:red">ejabberd has been released in version 2.1 beta1, beta 2, and rc1 for testing purposes, providing a lot of PubSub improvements, and an experimental STUN server for NAT traversal.</span>
ejabberd has been released in version 2.1 beta1, beta 2, and rc1 for testing purposes, providing a lot of PubSub improvements, and an experimental STUN server for NAT traversal.
 
  
eewdata
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<span style="color:red">''eewdata''</span>
eewdata is a simple Perl module for the Japanese Earthquake Early Warning, that has an XMPP example for real-time notification.
 
  
Sixties
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<span style="color:red">eewdata is a simple Perl module for the Japanese Earthquake Early Warning, that has an XMPP example for real-time notification.</span>
Clochix has extended the opensource library XMPPHP, which now talks PubSub (plus Jabber Search and Ad-Hoc Commands), under the GPL license of course, and the name Sixties (related to XEP-0060). You can read this in a mention on this blog post in French.
 
  
XMPP on Google App Engine
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<span style="color:red">''Sixties''</span>
Google has released the version 1.2.5 of their Java and Python SDK for the App Engine (or GAE), including in fact most current XMPP features.
 
  
Orbited
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<span style="color:red">Clochix has extended the opensource library XMPPHP, which now talks PubSub (plus Jabber Search and Ad-Hoc Commands), under the GPL license of course, and the name Sixties (related to XEP-0060). You can read this in a mention on this blog post in French.</span>
Orbited is a Python library published under the MIT license, for real-time communication in the browser, including support for XMPP, IRC, and STOMP (ActiveMQ, RabbitMQ).
 
  
SocialVPN
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<span style="color:red">''XMPP on Google App Engine''</span>
SocialVPN is a free and open-source P2P Social Virtual Private Network (VPN). It integrates social networking and peer-to-peer networking to create a VPN. SocialVPN has XMPP as a backend.
 
  
Tinder 1.1.0
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<span style="color:red">Google has released the version 1.2.5 of their Java and Python SDK for the App Engine (or GAE), including in fact most current XMPP features.</span>
Guus der Kinderen has announced the version 1.1.0 of the Tinder XMPP library fixing concurrency (threading) issues and other bugs.
 
  
ejabberd migration kit
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<span style="color:red">''Orbited''</span>
ejabberd 2.1.0 supports XEP-0227, a.k.a. PIEFXIS for Portable Import/Export Format for XMPP-IM Servers.
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<span style="color:red">Orbited is a Python library published under the MIT license, for real-time communication in the browser, including support for XMPP, IRC, and STOMP (ActiveMQ, RabbitMQ).</span>
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<span style="color:red">''SocialVPN''</span>
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<span style="color:red">SocialVPN is a free and open-source P2P Social Virtual Private Network (VPN). It integrates social networking and peer-to-peer networking to create a VPN. SocialVPN has XMPP as a backend.</span>
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<span style="color:red">''Tinder 1.1.0''</span>
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<span style="color:red">Guus der Kinderen has announced the version 1.1.0 of the Tinder XMPP library fixing concurrency (threading) issues and other bugs.</span>
 +
 
 +
<span style="color:red">''ejabberd migration kit''</span>
 +
 
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<span style="color:red">ejabberd 2.1.0 supports XEP-0227, a.k.a. PIEFXIS for Portable Import/Export Format for XMPP-IM Servers.</span>
  
 
== New and updated services ==
 
== New and updated services ==
  
Data synchro from Google
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<span style="color:red">''Data synchro from Google''</span>
Google has announced that data synchronization from the browser is done through XMPP in their Chrome browser. Opera Link and Mozilla Weave provide the same feature, but do not rely on XMPP (yet!).
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<span style="color:red">Google has announced that data synchronization from the browser is done through XMPP in their Chrome browser. Opera Link and Mozilla Weave provide the same feature, but do not rely on XMPP (yet!).</span>
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<span style="color:red">''Switchub''</span>
  
Switchub
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<span style="color:red">Switchub is a service for push notifications, using web hooks and XMPP. For now it is only available on invite.</span>
Switchub is a service for push notifications, using web hooks and XMPP. For now it is only available on invite.
 
  
Dispatch.io
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<span style="color:red">''Dispatch.io''</span>
Dispatch.io is a notification service for Growl using XMPP.
 
  
Shion
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<span style="color:red">Dispatch.io is a notification service for Growl using XMPP.</span>
Audacious Software has released Shion, a home automation software for Mac OS X, that lets you remotely control and monitor your devices and appliances.
 
  
JabberHooks
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<span style="color:red">''Shion''</span>
JabberHooks lets you receive XMPP messages via HTTP POST (aka webhooks).
 
  
PubSubHubbub to XMPP gateway
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<span style="color:red">Audacious Software has released Shion, a home automation software for Mac OS X, that lets you remotely control and monitor your devices and appliances.</span>
Matt Mastracci has released a PubSubHubbub to XMPP gateway on appspot.
 
  
Mumbai Blood Bank Locator Agent
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<span style="color:red">''JabberHooks''</span>
The Blood Bank Locator bot is a small XMPP application written for and running on the Google App Engine, that enables you to locate blood banks in different areas in Mumbai.
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<span style="color:red">JabberHooks lets you receive XMPP messages via HTTP POST (aka webhooks).</span>
 +
 
 +
<span style="color:red">''PubSubHubbub to XMPP gateway''</span>
 +
 
 +
<span style="color:red">Matt Mastracci has released a PubSubHubbub to XMPP gateway on appspot.</span>
 +
 
 +
<span style="color:red">''Mumbai Blood Bank Locator Agent''</span>
 +
 
 +
<span style="color:red">The Blood Bank Locator bot is a small XMPP application written for and running on the Google App Engine, that enables you to locate blood banks in different areas in Mumbai.</span>
  
 
== New and updated specs ==
 
== New and updated specs ==
  
XMPP Relay Nodes
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<span style="color:red">''XMPP Relay Nodes''</span>
XMPP relay nodes are a technology that grew out of discussions at the XMPP Summit in Brussels earlier this year. They are much like supernodes in Skype, but slightly better: any XMPP client can become a relay peer for the rest of a P2P Jingle network, typically on an opt-in basis (e.g., anyone in your buddy list can borrow some of your bandwidth). This has not been proposed as an official XSF “XEP” yet.
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<span style="color:red">XMPP relay nodes are a technology that grew out of discussions at the XMPP Summit in Brussels earlier this year. They are much like supernodes in Skype, but slightly better: any XMPP client can become a relay peer for the rest of a P2P Jingle network, typically on an opt-in basis (e.g., anyone in your buddy list can borrow some of your bandwidth). This has not been proposed as an official XSF “XEP” yet.</span>
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<span style="color:red">''Linked Process''</span>
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<span style="color:red">Linked Process is a specification and an implementation aiming at machine communication. It will probably be proposed as an official XEP soon.</span>
  
Linked Process
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<span style="color:red">''XMPP for cloud computing in bioinformatics''</span>
Linked Process is a specification and an implementation aiming at machine communication. It will probably be proposed as an official XEP soon.
 
  
XMPP for cloud computing in bioinformatics
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<span style="color:red">XMPP for cloud computing in bioinformatics.</span>
XMPP for cloud computing in bioinformatics.
 
  
The XMPP community has also worked hard on the following specs recently:
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<span style="color:red">The XMPP community has also worked hard on the following specs recently:</span>
 
* Over at the IETF’s XMPP Working Group, version 02 of draft-ietf-xmpp-3920bis has been released, including an updated description of the ACTive architecture used in XMPP.
 
* Over at the IETF’s XMPP Working Group, version 02 of draft-ietf-xmpp-3920bis has been released, including an updated description of the ACTive architecture used in XMPP.
 
* The XMPP Council has advanced both XEP-0202: Entity Time and XEP-0203 (Delayed Delivery) from Draft to Final in the XSF’s standards process.
 
* The XMPP Council has advanced both XEP-0202: Entity Time and XEP-0203 (Delayed Delivery) from Draft to Final in the XSF’s standards process.
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== Conclusion ==
 
== Conclusion ==
  
It has been a busy summer for XMPP:
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<span style="color:red">It has been a busy summer for XMPP:</span>
 
* With so much happening, it becomes difficult to keep track of XMPP-related news! If you would like to help, please ping me at nyco@jabber.fr or join the jabber@conference.jabber.org chatroom (you can even join it via the web here).
 
* With so much happening, it becomes difficult to keep track of XMPP-related news! If you would like to help, please ping me at nyco@jabber.fr or join the jabber@conference.jabber.org chatroom (you can even join it via the web here).
 
* XMPP is becoming more and more ubiquitous. It seems that developers everywhere appreciate many of its features and qualities, like openness, presence and IM, federation, push, request-response messaging, and so on…
 
* XMPP is becoming more and more ubiquitous. It seems that developers everywhere appreciate many of its features and qualities, like openness, presence and IM, federation, push, request-response messaging, and so on…

Version du 20 septembre 2009 à 09:53

[Reporter: Nicolas Vérité, assisté par Peter Saint-Andre]

This Roundup is the third “almost-monthly” review of the XMPP-sphere this summer. It shows again a lot of activity as you can see through these pointers to articles, software, services, and of course specifications, the core of our work here at the XSF.

Ce tour d'horizon est la troisième « presque mensuelle » revue de la sphère XMPP cet été. Il montre encore une fois énormément d'activité comme vous pouvez le constater à travers dces pointeurs vers des articles, logiciels, services et bien sûr spécifications, le coeur de notre activité ici à la XSF.

Articles

XMPP web project walk-through

Boris Okner describes a weather web application using ejabberd and strophe over BOSH. You can play with the demo (username: shared, password: shared).

Visite guidée d'un projet web XMPP

Boris Okner décrit une application web de météo utilisant ejabebr et strophe sur BOSH. Vous pouvez jouer à la démo (nom : shared, mot de passe : shared).

Scalable XMPP bots with erlang and exmpp

ProcessOne has published a series of articles on how to build bots on top of the exmpp library (in Erlang). These come in three parts: part I, part II and part III.

Robots scalables en erlang et xmpp

ProcessOne a publié une série d'articles sur comment construire des robots sur la bibliothèque exmpp (en Erlang). C'est en trois parties : partie I, partie II et partie III.

Meet the Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP)

IBM developerWorks has published an article by Tim Jones introducing XMPP as a multipurpose instant messaging architecture that is not only suited for chat applications. There is an example in Ruby using the xmpp4r library.

Rencontre avec le Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP)

IBM developerWorks a publié un article de Tim Jones intriduisant XMPP comme architecture de messagerie instantanée multifonction qui n'est pas uniquement dédiée aux applications de discussion. Il y a un exemple en Ruby, utiilisant la bibliothèque xmpp4r.

XMPP powering the “internet of things”?

A few “internet of things” (or “IoT”) projects are using XMPP as a communication layer: this could well show an area of development for XMPP.

XMPP moteur de l'internet des objets ?

Quelques projets d'« internet des objets » (« IoT » pour « internet of things ») utilisent XMPP comme couche de communication : cela pourrait bien représenter un zone de développement pour XMPP.

New and updated software

Psi 0.13

The verson 0.13 of Psi, the well-known free software Jabber client, has been released by Justin Karneges on the 28th of July. Sorry for that miss on the previous Roundup. The main new feature a top-requested one: Jingle voice! A few days later, Justin announced the 0.14 plan, you can read the interesting follow-up.

Pidgin 2.6

In yet another big advance for Jingle, the Pidgin team has released the version 2.6 of this multi-protocol IM client, with Jingle voice and video for Linux and Mac OS X. Support for Jingle file transfer is also on the way.

Silent Diving Seagulls

Silent Diving Seagulls is a multi-platform Firefox extension for desktop notifications. It is based on xmpp4moz. This article also points to Yapper, an XMPP interface for the Growl notifier (for Mac OS X).

WideNoise

WideNoise is an iPhone application using XMPP and OpenSpime to track noise: it will display decibel levels in maps.

ejabberd 2.1.0 beta

ejabberd has been released in version 2.1 beta1, beta 2, and rc1 for testing purposes, providing a lot of PubSub improvements, and an experimental STUN server for NAT traversal.

eewdata

eewdata is a simple Perl module for the Japanese Earthquake Early Warning, that has an XMPP example for real-time notification.

Sixties

Clochix has extended the opensource library XMPPHP, which now talks PubSub (plus Jabber Search and Ad-Hoc Commands), under the GPL license of course, and the name Sixties (related to XEP-0060). You can read this in a mention on this blog post in French.

XMPP on Google App Engine

Google has released the version 1.2.5 of their Java and Python SDK for the App Engine (or GAE), including in fact most current XMPP features.

Orbited

Orbited is a Python library published under the MIT license, for real-time communication in the browser, including support for XMPP, IRC, and STOMP (ActiveMQ, RabbitMQ).

SocialVPN

SocialVPN is a free and open-source P2P Social Virtual Private Network (VPN). It integrates social networking and peer-to-peer networking to create a VPN. SocialVPN has XMPP as a backend.

Tinder 1.1.0

Guus der Kinderen has announced the version 1.1.0 of the Tinder XMPP library fixing concurrency (threading) issues and other bugs.

ejabberd migration kit

ejabberd 2.1.0 supports XEP-0227, a.k.a. PIEFXIS for Portable Import/Export Format for XMPP-IM Servers.

New and updated services

Data synchro from Google

Google has announced that data synchronization from the browser is done through XMPP in their Chrome browser. Opera Link and Mozilla Weave provide the same feature, but do not rely on XMPP (yet!).

Switchub

Switchub is a service for push notifications, using web hooks and XMPP. For now it is only available on invite.

Dispatch.io

Dispatch.io is a notification service for Growl using XMPP.

Shion

Audacious Software has released Shion, a home automation software for Mac OS X, that lets you remotely control and monitor your devices and appliances.

JabberHooks

JabberHooks lets you receive XMPP messages via HTTP POST (aka webhooks).

PubSubHubbub to XMPP gateway

Matt Mastracci has released a PubSubHubbub to XMPP gateway on appspot.

Mumbai Blood Bank Locator Agent

The Blood Bank Locator bot is a small XMPP application written for and running on the Google App Engine, that enables you to locate blood banks in different areas in Mumbai.

New and updated specs

XMPP Relay Nodes

XMPP relay nodes are a technology that grew out of discussions at the XMPP Summit in Brussels earlier this year. They are much like supernodes in Skype, but slightly better: any XMPP client can become a relay peer for the rest of a P2P Jingle network, typically on an opt-in basis (e.g., anyone in your buddy list can borrow some of your bandwidth). This has not been proposed as an official XSF “XEP” yet.

Linked Process

Linked Process is a specification and an implementation aiming at machine communication. It will probably be proposed as an official XEP soon.

XMPP for cloud computing in bioinformatics

XMPP for cloud computing in bioinformatics.

The XMPP community has also worked hard on the following specs recently:

  • Over at the IETF’s XMPP Working Group, version 02 of draft-ietf-xmpp-3920bis has been released, including an updated description of the ACTive architecture used in XMPP.
  • The XMPP Council has advanced both XEP-0202: Entity Time and XEP-0203 (Delayed Delivery) from Draft to Final in the XSF’s standards process.
  • There are Last Calls in progress on XEP-0227: Portable Import/Export Format for XMPP-IM Servers, XEP-0244: IO Data, and XEP-0270: XMPP Compliance Suites 2010.
  • The XMPP Council has approved some small “maintenance” fixes to XEP-0080: User Location, XEP-0256: Last Activity in Presence, XEP-0055: Jabber Search, XEP-0077: In-Band Registration (with some fixes to XEP-0085: Chat State Notifications and XEP-0136: Message Archiving on the way).
  • Three new Experimental specifications have been published: XEP-0272: Multiparty Jingle (Muji), XEP-0273 Stanza Interception and Filtering Technology (SIFT), and XEP-0274: Design Considerations for Digital Signatures in XMPP.

Conclusion

It has been a busy summer for XMPP:

  • With so much happening, it becomes difficult to keep track of XMPP-related news! If you would like to help, please ping me at nyco@jabber.fr or join the jabber@conference.jabber.org chatroom (you can even join it via the web here).
  • XMPP is becoming more and more ubiquitous. It seems that developers everywhere appreciate many of its features and qualities, like openness, presence and IM, federation, push, request-response messaging, and so on…