Thursday, February 18, 2010

Running Code

It has been just a few days since Jingle Nodes alpha XEP was dropped in inbox, and we already have running code :) announced today that they are running a Jingle Node Public Relay in their Server, and every user can make use of it for Jingle Calls.

They are running the code from (Erlang Version), which holds main Jingle Nodes Contributions.

In order to consume their Relay services you just need one IQ Packet (see )

Lets see who will be the first to distribute a Jingle Client with Jingle Nodes support!

Thursday, February 11, 2010

XMPP Facebook Jingle Support?


Unfortunately Facebook XMPP doesn't support IQ routing between users meaning "NO JINGLE ALLOWED!".
This is bad not only for the Users, but also bad for Facebook, which could be happy right now, with VoIP support.

Let's hope they improve their services in order to fully support XMPP allowing users to experience the best of IM Freedom!

Anyway, this is an important step for XMPP Community which just got 400 Million potential users.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Jingle Nodes goes to FOSDEM

I'm going to FOSDEM, the Free and Open Source Software Developers' European Meeting
Jingle Nodes is going to XMPP Summit 8 and FOSDEM, both events occurring simultaneously in Brussels, Belgium from 5 until 8 of February 2010.

If you are going to the summit, feel free to ping me about Jingle Nodes for ideas, question, contributions etc.
Attending FOSDEM you are invited for a quick talk about how Jingle can provide an Open alternative to Skype (for Skype as well).

For agenda check:

The great portion of it will occur on Friday 5, the XMPP Hacking, a great opportunity for XMPP and Jingle developers interop what they have built. Less talk, more code!