[jdev] xmpp4r component development

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at stpeter.im
Wed Jun 18 12:05:47 CDT 2008

On 06/18/2008 10:59 AM, Adam Pisoni wrote:
> Yeah, my specific component represents 1 (or a few) bots which  
> themselves may have extremely large rosters.   So writing it as a  
> component allows me to control the whole roster/presence process in a  
> scaleable, fault-tolerant way.    I'm using ejabberd to back it up.
> Though again, the goal is to create a general framework that makes  
> component (not necessarily bot) creation easy... or at least  
> easier.    It will probably never be as easy as writing a simple  
> client using xmpp4r-simple, but at least you won't have to reinvent  
> the wheel... as I'm having to do.
> Who are the gnip folks and what are they doing that is so relevant?

Sorry, I got you confused with these folks:


That's what I get for scanning emails at 6 in the morning...


Peter Saint-Andre

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