[jdev] ADMINISTRIVIA (was: Re: system/network monitoring with xmpp)

Patrick Logan patrickdlogan at gmail.com
Thu Dec 13 20:36:37 CST 2007

Thanks Peter. That's a good description below, more helpful to me
anyway, than the one-liners on the info page. Might work to pull some
of that into the page.

I was really sorry to read about your dog Max. Your tribute page
really captures his spirit in the words and pictures. We have a dog
about the same age named Max... Maximilius Plutonicus... because one
boy wanted Maxi and the other wanted Pluto.


On Dec 13, 2007 4:32 PM, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im> wrote:
> Patrick Logan wrote:
> > *Moderator:* I'm guessing about the line between appropriate email
> > lists to use for this question. At first I interpreted jdev to be
> > about the development of jabber servers per se, and not about
> > developing various clients of jabber. And so I tried juser as a
> > question about this specific use of any jabber server. Anyway... if
> > you have a hint about which list if any is good for this question...
> > thanks.
> This list (JDev) exists so that developers can talk about how to build
> any kind of code or service using Jabber/XMPP technologies -- not just
> servers, but clients, server components, bots, monitoring systems,
> syndication services, and anything else people are interested in making.
> The JAdmin list is for system admins who just want to deploy a
> Jabber/XMPP service (usually for IM) and don't want to write code or
> build new kinds of services (not that there's anything wrong with that!).
> The Standards list is for developers, architects, and protocol geeks to
> discuss changes or extensions to the Jabber/XMPP protocols.
> The JUser list is for end users to talk about how to use IM clients that
> implement Jabber/XMPP technologies.
> Sometimes discussions from one list bleed over onto another list. That's
> fine. We're not too obsessive-compulsive about the list definitions. :)
> When in doubt, the JDev list is a good place to start.
> HTH,
> Peter
> --
> Peter Saint-Andre
> https://stpeter.im/

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