[Juser] Re: Explanation of pubsub

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at jabber.org
Wed Feb 9 10:49:46 CST 2005

In article <42093A6A.1050803 at bu.edu>, Nick Parker <nickp at bu.edu> wrote:

> What are some examples of what one could do with Jabber's pubsub 
> implementation? Does it all work right now or is it still a work in 
> progress?

There are several commercial implementations (from JINC and PubSub, 
etc.) as well as the open-source Idavoll component and pubsub 
functionality in the ejabberd server. So it exists today, but not many 
client developers have added support yet because there are not a lot of 
services available. 

Possible services include news/RSS/Atom feeds (that's basically the 
service offered by PubSub.com), weather updates, earthquake/tsunami 
alerts (the PubSub.com folks offer that as well), sports scores, stock 
market tickers, geolocation information and other "extended presence" 
data (see JEP-0119), and any other data that changes fairly often.


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