[Members] Google Summer of Code 2014 - Should the XSF Apply?

Arc Riley arcriley at gmail.com
Fri Nov 29 16:24:31 UTC 2013

I've talked to 3 Freenode staffers today, they all said the same thing -
this is a very commonly requested feature, they know nothing about XMPP,
but would love it so long as they have proper means of controlling access.
That is, it doesn't become a way for people to abuse the service.

Lets put this in context - Freenode has an experimental tor service which
allows people to connect to it directly from within Tor without having to
use an exit node.

I'm working with charybdis developers to discuss how they'd like to see
this implemented and develop a GSoC plan.  I could likely get one of them
to co-mentor it with an experienced XMPP developer.

On Fri, Nov 29, 2013 at 2:52 PM, Philipp Hancke
<fippo at goodadvice.pages.de>wrote:

> How is letting people join freenode chatrooms from their XMPP client
>>> different from an XMPP transport like spectrum?
>>>  Hopefully no real difference, other than it's an officially sanctioned
>> and
>> provided service, so it ought to be considerably lower friction.
> Right. So as a first step, freenode could run an irc-transport hooked up
> to a server that does S2S. The main problem about transport is that
> operators get mad at you...
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