[jdev] Monthly XMPP Meeting

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at stpeter.im
Mon Mar 9 20:16:55 CDT 2009

On 3/9/09 4:46 PM, Dirk Meyer wrote:
> Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
>> One solution here is to build out a developer-oriented documentation
>> site. As we discussed in Brussels, Python developers don't read the
>> PEPs, they read the docs. 
> Right
>> We have only XEPs because it's a lot of work to write
>> developer-friendly docs, but we have a start here:
>> http://xmpp.org/tech/
>> Let's build that out further at that site or on wiki.xmpp.org.
> I don't want to start a discussion now, but a wiki may be better since
> everyone can add stuff.

I just started looking at Sphinx, which is used to produce documentation
for Python and lots of other projects:


It looks intriguing to me.

> And I missed something I hate about XMPP: the name. You can google
> something, you can send a mail, browse the web, you can even skype
> someone. 

Well that's what the word "jabber" is for. :P

> But I can't XMPP -- it is not word.

At FOSDEM someone walked up to the table and said to me "so what is
zimpy?" (pronouncing XMPP as "zimpy").


Peter Saint-Andre

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