[jdev] Re: The State of Our Code-bases

Tijl Houtbeckers thoutbeckers at splendo.com
Tue Aug 31 18:51:00 CDT 2004

On Wed, 1 Sep 2004 08:06:09 +1000, Trejkaz Xaoza <trejkaz at xaoza.net> wrote:

> On Tue, 31 Aug 2004 21:50, Ryan Eatmon wrote:
>> The only answer we can think given the track record of jabberd, is that
>> jabberd is not the project to base this on.  So start a new one, and
>> write it in a currently popular language.  With the main goal not being
>> scalability/performance, but rather showcasing Jabber and XMPP.
> Sounds a bit like OpenIM, only OpenIM probably has potential for  
> scalability.
> Since it's written in Java, the majority of people in the industry will  
> know
> how to hack on it, making it the best choice by your criteria.
> Of course, it would depend how the code looks.  I'm going to guess that  
> it's
> reasonably good, but only on the grounds that it isn't C. ;-)

Isn't OpenIM the server that strips off all XML it doesn't understand? Or  
is this a thing of the past now? (I'll give it another look then)

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