XMPP

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XMPP, also known as Jabber, is an open standard for decentralized messaging that has been widely used for decades. It has actually been the basis upon which WhatsApp, Facebook's Chat and Google's Talk were built, but these companies (eventually) chose to remove the interoperability with other servers. Prominent XMPP clients support OMEMO end-to-end encryption, which is based on the Double Ratchet Algorithm that is used in Signal. For more hands-on information and to register an account you can visit JoinJabber.

Open Source

XMPP Source Code

Author

xsf

Description

xmpp.org website (builds: https://github.com/xsf/xmpp.org/actions)

Homepage

http://xmpp.org

License

Created

18 Mar 14

Last Updated

17 May 24

Latest version

pelican-last

Primary Language

HTML

Size

88,207 KB

Stars

261

Forks

345

Watchers

261

Language Usage

Language Usage

Star History

Star History

Recent Commits

  • wurstsalat (17 May 24)

    Newsletter: Add French translation for December 23/January 24 post

  • wurstsalat (17 May 24)

    Newsletter: Add Italian verison for April 2024

  • wurstsalat (11 May 24)

    Community: Fix chat address template

  • wurstsalat (11 May 24)

    Community: Render chats page in cards Closes #1382

  • Echolon (09 May 24)

    REVIEW: The XMPP Newsletter April 2024 (#1376) * DRAFT: The XMPP Newsletter April 2024 * Update XEP section * Add online pad content * Add contributor * Update GSoC section * Join Psi+ * Add from RSS feed * Update 2024-05-05-newsletter.md --------- Co-authored-by: Daniel Brötzmann <[email protected]>

  • Echolon (08 May 24)

    Update chat.md with commteam chatroom (#1378)

  • butyoutried (30 Apr 24)

    Add aTalk client (with a DOAP file)

  • butyoutried (29 Apr 24)

    Other Software: fix broken or incorrect links

  • butyoutried (29 Apr 24)

    Small update to FAQ

  • Yes, but you tried (27 Apr 24)

    Add Squawk XMPP client

  • Yes, but you tried (24 Apr 24)

    Remove Zom

  • Guus der Kinderen (22 Apr 24)

    Remove link to unofficial Kik messenger repo It's been reported that at https://xmpp.org/uses/instant-messaging/ there is a link to a repository owned by a GitHub account that is owned by a cracker group that uses the API to build spambots on the XMPP network. I'm unsure of the affiliation of the repository owner. The link is of limited added value to the XSF website. To err on the side of caution, this commit removes that link. fixes #1372

  • Matthew Wild (22 Apr 24)

    Updates to chatrooms page Some reorganization and updates: - Link to CoC - Update description of operators channel (not currently open to general public participation) - Remove "free and open to all" wording - Expand disclaimer about search.jabber.network and third-party chats - Reorder room listing to put more general and widely-applicable chats towards the top - Improve some descriptions

  • wurstsalat (11 Apr 24)

    News: Improve rendering of post tags

  • Paweł Chrząszcz (11 Apr 24)

    Update description of MongooseIM

  • Daniel Brötzmann (10 Apr 24)

    Update xmpp-summit-21.md

  • Daniel Brötzmann (10 Apr 24)

    Update xmpp-summit-22-announcement.md

  • Daniel Brötzmann (10 Apr 24)

    Update xmpp-summit-23-announcement.md

  • Daniel Brötzmann (10 Apr 24)

    Update 2024-01-05-xmpp-summit-26.md

  • Daniel Brötzmann (10 Apr 24)

    Update 19th-xmpp-summit-and-fosdem-2016.md

  • Daniel Brötzmann (10 Apr 24)

    History: Add new entries and add+link past events to posts

  • nicfab (09 Apr 24)

    Italian version of the newsletter (#1369) * Update newsletter.md * Create 2024-04-05-newsletter.it.md * Adapt to xmpp.org website theme --------- Co-authored-by: Daniel Brötzmann <[email protected]>

  • Echolon (08 Apr 24)

    XMPP Newsletter April 2024: Remove bold font in Articles

  • Daniel Brötzmann (08 Apr 24)

    Remove bold prints from 2024-04-05-newsletter.md

  • wurstsalat (07 Apr 24)

    Theme: Add more modes to info block

  • Echolon (07 Apr 24)

    EDITORIAL CLOSING: XMPP Newsletter March 2024 (#1366) * DRAFT: XMPP Newsletter March 2024 # XMPP Newsletter ## This is the draft for the next release covering March 2024 *Final release is planned for 5th April 2024.* Contributions are much appreciated. You don't need any technical knowledge to contribute. If you need help, please ask in the Communication-Team group chat: [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]). If you would like to add news, that's possible via: - Using our [online Pad](https://pad.nixnet.services/oHnY_ZvLT8SoFyCqIC2ung) - Adding your content to this pull request's thread (i.e. a comment below) - Creating a pull request - Posting something in our XMPP channel (xmpp:[[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])?join) It's really helpful if you try to give a short summary (<5 lines) of your contribution or of what the link you're posting is offering. You don't need to write in a formal tone - just be passionate about why this motivates you or about what you are working on! | March '24 | 1st - 2nd April '24 | 3rd - 4th April '24 | 5th April '24 | |--------------|-----------|------------|------------| | Create Draft in Pad & GitHub | Last Call for final edits | Review phase |RELEASE! :rocket:| | Collect news & highlights | | Translators can start working | | | Reminder mid-month + end of month | | || ## Status - [ ] Collection of news - [ ] Review - [ ] Blog post + Newsletter mail (use `tools/newsletter_email.py` after the post has been published) - [ ] Social media - [ ] Translations * Move post to newsletter folder * Update JMP eSIM * Update on 50th anniversary * Correct the news about the Italian XMPP Happy Hour * Update XEP section * Small improvements and reformulation * Add XMPP Newsletter Banner * Rename ERhodR_X0AAXH9t.jpg to xmpp_newsletter_banner.jpg * Add banner and fix superscript * Add overpush and resolve comments by povoq --------- Co-authored-by: wurstsalat <[email protected]> Co-authored-by: Mario Sabatino <[email protected]> Co-authored-by: Daniel Brötzmann <[email protected]>

  • wurstsalat (07 Apr 24)

    Theme: Add scroll padding for anchor jumps

  • wurstsalat (07 Apr 24)

    Theme: Remove sponsors hover effect

  • wurstsalat (07 Apr 24)

    Theme: Improve link color in dark mode

  • wurstsalat (07 Apr 24)

    Theme: Improve sponsors box rendering in dark mode

XMPP Website

Website

XMPP | The universal messaging standard

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  • IP Address 104.248.10.4
  • Location Clifton, New Jersey, United States of America, NA
  • ISP DigitalOcean LLC
  • ASN AS14061

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  • Session is a fork of Signal, however unlike Signal it does not require a mobile number (or any other personal data) to register, instead each user is identified by a public key. It is also decentralized, with servers being run by the community though Loki Net, messages are encrypted and routed through several of these nodes. All communications are E2E encrypted, and there is no meta data.

  • Matrix is a decentralized open network for secure communications, with E2E encryption with Olm and Megolm. Along with the Element client, it supports VOIP + video calling and IM + group chats. Since Matrix has an open specification and Simple pragmatic RESTful HTTP/JSON API it makes it easy to integrates with existing 3rd party IDs to authenticate and discover users, as well as to build apps on top of it.

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