[jdev] Gateways.. (snimmer, ircgate)
snakeru at gmail.com
Thu Nov 9 04:51:02 CST 2006
On Thursday 09 November 2006 12:03, Carlo v. Loesch wrote:
> Alexey Nezhdanov typeth:
> | This is the first public version of SNIMMER. You can download it here:
> | http://www.snimmer.com/snimmer/snimmer-1.0.tar.gz
> Hey cool hehe nice.. We tried that too, we had a generic gateway robot
> code for both irc networks and proprietary messaging systems.. we still
> use it on ircnets (although we are migrating to full peering now :))
> but for IM networks the account we were testing with got blocked by ICQ
> so we stopped its development presuming we weren't welcome providing a
> generic gateway from icq to psyc/jabber.. i notice our solution had the
> ability to map as many dialogues in parallel as necessary, how come
> yours can only handle one?
Huh? You probably misread it. We have positive experience with serving 800
simultaneous sessions with each sending and receiving messages every second.
And it was all running on the two accounts.
> the documentation is at http://www.psyc.eu/gatebot - yeah we did not
> provide a web interface for this, with our technology you would talk
> to the icq gateway number and say "talk xmpp:stpeter at jabber.org" or
> from psyc you would just start talking to aim:arbitraryScreenName
> without needing to have an aim account for yourself. obviously you can
> go through two gatebots in a row, by sending "talk icq:####" to the
> gatebot on msn, etc. if icq lets you do this, maybe we should give it
> another try, too. :)
Hm. Ok, that is possible way to go. But your solution is targeted as 'chatting
out' to other network while we targeting _receiving_ incoming chat sessions
from otherwise incompartible networks.
> i was thinking of supporting presence and some other things across these
> gateways too. in the case of the ircgate, it even relays the negotiation
> of file transfers (ctcp dcc).
File transfer was considered but was not set as a priority.
> p.s. update on the ircnet peering gateway: brasnet is experimentally
> running this now, and so far it is working. you can reach any registered
> user by psyc://psyc.brasnet.org/~user or xmpp:user at psyc.brasnet.org -
> they plan to replace their traditional jabberd on brasnet.org with this.
> in our experimental labs we have already had some psyc/jabber users
> JOIN an ircnet channel.
Ok, thank you. I'll give it a try.
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