[JDEV] It's been quiet lately

Daniel Arbuckle djarb at wvc-omak.ctc.edu
Sun May 23 23:37:44 CDT 1999

My Python implemetation of the Jabber protocol has been working, and I'm
now in the process of creating a graphical ICQ-alike using it. 
Quiet does not have to mean inactive.


On Sun, 23 May 1999, Jeremie wrote:

> It might be quiet, but things are progressing rapidly on the back end :)
> There is a good deal of preparation work on building a new jabber.org site
> with more tools for developers, which should arrive within the next month.
> Also, I have a web-based client in the daily builds now.  It's simply a
> cgi script and collection of html files that work together with some
> javascript magic to make a usable client out of any web browser.  I have a
> couple of touchups on it yet and will package it up with some docs and let
> everyone here play with it.  The cgi script utilizes the Net::Jabber perl
> module so that also is almost 100% functional, it should arrive on CPAN
> this week.
> Tonight I'll attempt to clean up the prototype ICQ transport I have so
> that anyone can try it out, it's lots of fun :)
> Thanks for hanging in there, it's been a bit slow on this list and will
> probably remain slow for the next few weeks, but things are moving quickly
> on the back-end and will pick up speed here with the new tools/projects
> and an ICQ/AIM transport!
> Jer

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