[JDEV] call for cool Jabber apps

Ralph Meijer jabber.org at ralphm.ik.nu
Thu Sep 11 03:57:38 CDT 2003

On Thu, Sep 11, 2003 at 01:22:58AM +0100, milk wrote:
> http://lj-transport.jabberstudio.org/test04.png - my (messy; damn you crappy graphviz!) chart of jabber integration with other technology atm. if anyone has any 
> suggestions for other nodes/links, please give me a mail, thanks.
> imo, jabber-rss, jabber-blog and jabber-mail are the top convergence frontlines for jabber at the moment. now, jabber-rss and jabber-mail have basic implementations, 
> but there is no jabber-blog implementation past a couple of simple bots, and i find this extremely surprising seeing the proliferance of blogs throughout the oss and 
> general internet communities coplues with the interest jabber has generated in the last few years. there are mentions of possible jabber-blog[ger] implementations from 
> 2001 (between a few jabber and blogger devs), but for some reason nothing has come of this. even jogger was retracted from js.org (although the cvs still exists), and 
> its replacement (jawelo - http://www.jabberstudio.org/projects/jawelo) seems to be dead with no implementations to be found anywhere online.
> so, i'm having a go at making a jabber2livejournal transport (which could be expanded to other apis later).

I've done my share of news->Jabber (including RSS) stuff with Mimir. It is a
pubsub based news publication system. Checkout [1].

Also, I've been working on an XML based blog engine with support for Mimir.
You can read about it here [2]. Joe has been doing some Jabber -> Blog stuff,
which you can read about here [3,4]. So it is not like nobody has done anything
in this field since 2001.

[1]: http://mimir.ik.nu/about
[2]: http://ralphm.net/blog/2003/08/01#new_blog_engine
[3]: http://arch.jabber.com/archives/2003/07/000023.html
[4]: http://arch.jabber.com/archives/2003/07/000026.html



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