[jdev] Google Summer of Code

Joseph Holsten pantosys at gmail.com
Sun Jun 12 03:47:27 CDT 2005

On 6/12/05, Joseph Holsten <pantosys at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 6/3/05, Sander Devrieze <s.devrieze at pandora.be> wrote:
> <snip>
> > 20) Jabber notifications support in MediaWiki:
> > http://wikipedia.sourceforge.net/
> > 21) Jabber authentication like Drupal in MediaWik
> > ( http://wikipedia.sourceforge.net/ )
> What are you thinking about when you recomend these two ideas? I'm
> trying to work on a pure dhtml jabber client which should eventually
> be merged with something like mediawiki. Should I do this first, and
> get sponsored by jabber or wikipedia? Or would a pure dhtml client be
> a better place to work?
Boy is my face red. I can't see anything wrong with the jwchat
codebase for anything I was wanting. I thought the JSJaC library's
basic client was all that was implemented.  Despite evidencing my poor
research thus far, I figure I should clarify my questions before my
idiocy is assumed.
By jabber notifications support in MediaWiki, are we talking presence
notification? What else could be worth noting?
And by jabber authentication like Drupal in MediaWiki, do you mean
also like OpenID? I wonder what the advantages, most importantly the
integrity of both identity systems happens to be. Or is something else

Joseph Anthony Pasquale Holsten
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