[JDEV] call for cool Jabber apps

Heiner Wolf wolf at bluehands.de
Thu Sep 11 06:26:47 CDT 2003


Hi,
 
please have a look at LLuna: http://www.lluna.de/
 
It is not an IM app. It is a virtual presence and co-browsing system based on the Jabber protocol. You run the client, go to a web page and meet others there. 
 
Press release is here: http://www.lluna.de/news.html <http://www.lluna.de/news.html> 
 
In short: it
- has an architecture that developers will like,
- has bubble chat, and iconic video,
- has animated avatars and avatar plug-ins,
- protects the privacy by design,
- is distributed and uses only jabber servers, 
- has skins and is easy to use for inexperienced users,
- is rather mature now and is about to get more cool features,
- is GPL,
and it is really cool in day to day use.
 
Regards
hw
--
Klaus H. Wolf
bluehands GmbH & Co.mmunication KG

	-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht----- 
	Von: Peter Saint-Andre [mailto:stpeter at jabber.org] 
	Gesendet: Mi 10.09.2003 23:55 
	An: jdev at jabber.org 
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	Betreff: [JDEV] call for cool Jabber apps
	
	

	I would like to create a "cool applications" page on the jabber.org
	website. If you know of fun and interesting applications of Jabber/XMPP
	technology (especially non-IM apps), please let me know! This will
	provide a showcase for various Jabber-based technologies, making it
	easier for people to visualize the possibilities and present talks about
	Jabber/XMPP (from LUG presentations to speeches at industry gatherings,
	such as DizzyD's talk at OSCON earlier this year).
	
	Thanks!
	
	Peter
	
	--
	Peter Saint-Andre
	Jabber Software Foundation
	http://www.jabber.org/people/stpeter.php
	
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