[JDEV] Dead links on jabber.org

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at jabber.org
Thu Feb 7 09:31:19 CST 2002

We are currently changing around a lot of the content on jabber.org, and
we'll have more to unveil soon. Basically all those projects are moving to
JabberStudio.org, which you can think of as SourceForge for the Jabber
community. JabberStudio is basically going to be the developers site, and
jabber.org is just going to be the Jabber Software Foundation site
(protocol docs, JEPs, and very little else). We'll probably be able to
perform the switchover to this new division of responsiblilities sometime
in the next week or two. At that point all projects will move to
JabberStudio (including the jabberd server). We'll keep the old site up at
old.jabber.org or whatever for a while to ease the transition.


On Thu, 7 Feb 2002 admin at jabber.fsinf.de wrote:

> Hi!
> I sent this mail some time ago but nothing happened. Is anybody out there
> maintaining jabber.org?
> Regards
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Date: Sat, 5 Jan 2002 14:17:42 +0100 (CET)
> To: webmaster at jabber.org
> Subject: Dead links on jabber.org
> Hi!
> Some dead or otherwise non-working links on the Jabber Transports page
> (http://www.jabber.org/?oid=72):
> - Pager Transport
> - BBS Transport
> - Groove Transport
> - (Magi Transport)
> - (HTTP Transport)
> I think it would be best to simply remove these entries.
> The ICQ Transport entry points to the non-functional (old) ICQ Transport
> only. I would propose to either change it to point to the new icqv7-t
> (icqv7-t.sourceforge.net) or at least to add a link to icqv7-t (and
> perhaps to AIM-t for it can be used for ICQ also). Also a notice ("ICQv5
> can not connect to newer ICQ clients & has trouble with offline messages")
> would be good.
> Perhaps it would be best to rename the CVS ICQ-t module too (for example
> "icq-transport" => "icqv5-old" or something).
> Regards
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