[jdev] The `XMPP as a social network` idea
zooldk at gmail.com
Mon Feb 9 07:44:57 UTC 2015
XMPP and social networks were quite heavily discussed at this summit - and I think that people are investing quite some time in it.
> On 08 Feb 2015, at 20:10, stefan <sk at synergysky.com> wrote:
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> On 2015-02-08 18:16, h8h at dev-nu11.de wrote:
>> Hi there
>> What happened with the `XMPP as a social network` idea? I would love to see a social network build on XMPP soon. There are a few projects yet:
>> * Jappix: Runs very well, but its a bit ugly / complicated for new users and the theme is outdated (in my opinion) .
>> * Movim: Not so kick-ass as they described. Crashs very often (on my own box) and there is no `easy` option to let (new) user register on my own xmpp server .
>> * Onesocialweb is dead .
>> * Social Stream: The last commit was at Jun 5, 2014. And its written in ruby .
>> * Buddycloud is nice, but its written in Java and Java has many security risks .
>> So is `XMPP as a social network` a misuse of the xmpp `standard` / basic idea?
>> I don't know why the other projects are dead or `not working well` so I hope you folks can give me tricks, hints & pitfalls if I should / shouldn't launch the new project I mentioned above.
>> Thanks so far for your thoughts.
>> Christian Homeyer
>>  https://github.com/jappix/jappix
>>  https://launchpad.net/movim
>>  http://onesocialweb.org/ / https://twitter.com/OneSocialWeb
>>  https://github.com/ging/social_stream/
>>  https://github.com/buddycloud
>>  https://github.com/jcbrand/converse.js
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