[JDEV] What happened to JIM (fwd)
thoutbeckers at splendo.com
Tue Sep 24 15:08:57 CDT 2002
Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at jabber.org> wrote on 24-9-2002 21:21:39:
>---------- Forwarded message ----------
>Date: Tue, 24 Sep 2002 11:01:38 -0600
>From: Kris Thompson <kris.thompson at xor.com>
>To: jadmin-admin at jabber.org
>Subject: What happened to JIM
>Looks like Jabber.com removed the free use JIM client from their site
>and replaced it with a demo only version. So is there going to be any
>support for the old JIM product? Is it being moved into Open Source
>since it looks like they are making JIM into a commercial product?
>What other JIM like clients for windows users is worth giving a crack
>at that are free and supported?
Psi (http://psi.affinix.com/) is good, but not as feature rich as JIM.
No invisibility or Groupchat. It's also crossplatform (linux, windows,
MacOS X(!)) and opensource. Just Another Jabber Client (or JAJC,
http://www.jabber.ru/projects/jajc/) is also good, and is *very*
feature rich. Yabber (yabber.org) is something to keep an eye on as it
develops further.. their second release showed some very good progress.
Ofcourse you can look on jabbercentral for more clients but the fact
that these aren't even listed should tell you enough on how up to date
it is ;)
I like all these 3 more then JIM or Exodus..
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