[jdev] A couple of questions
snake at penza-gsm.ru
Tue Jun 22 08:24:43 CDT 2004
В сообщении от 22 Июнь 2004 15:28 Cian Foley (+353 51 302926) написал(a):
> Dear All,
> I am attempting to write bots and make them available over the major public
> IM services out there i.e. AOL, MSN, ICQ, Yahoo! and also over Jabber.
> Could anyone suggest the best strategy to take:
> I am considering writing my bots using an XMPP client API and making them
> available over Jabber. I would also deploy a Jabber server and install
> remote IM gateways to access the other services.
> My question in this case is
> a) What is the best client API, in terms of scalabiliyt, robustness etc.
You forgot to specify the preferred language. There are many libraryes for
almost every programming language that one can choose.
> b) What is the best server for my situation
do not know. Probably - you can try ejabberd. It is both have been tryed under
a heavy load (as jabber.ru) and writed to be XMPP compliant.
Have not tried jabberd2 in production. May be it is good choice too.
> c) are the remote IM gateways kept uptodate and are they good enough for
> commercial applications
The remote gateways in most cases are for little or moderate load AFAIK. If
you want to use gateway in production use you will probably need to set up
> The other possible route I may take is to write APIs for connecting to each
> of the major services e.g. MSNP9, XMPP, SIP etc.
> Obviously, I would like to try and avoid re-inventing the wheel,
> Any comments would be greatly appreciated,
> Cian Foley
> Telecommunications Software Systems Group
> WIT, Cork Road, Waterford City.
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