[Operators] xmpp.net

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at stpeter.im
Fri Feb 10 01:47:09 UTC 2012


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Sorry about the delay, I've been busy preparing for and managing the
XMPP Summit and our community's presence at FOSDEM 2012 last weekend.

However, this evening I did add a few domains to the list at xmpp.net
and will aim to add one or two each day until I'm caught up.

On 1/25/12 5:14 AM, Ivan Martinez wrote:
> These are great news, thanks a lot :-) Ivan
> 
> On Wed, 25 Jan 2012 12:00:01 +0000, operators-request at xmpp.org
> wrote:
>> Message: 1 Date: Tue, 24 Jan 2012 20:00:35 -0700 From: Peter
>> Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im> Subject: [Operators] xmpp.net 
>> To: XMPP Operators Group <operators at xmpp.org> Message-ID:
>> <4F1F7053.5060709 at stpeter.im> Content-Type: text/plain;
>> charset=UTF-8
>> 
>> Folks, this evening I coverted the information from the xmpp.org
>> web page at http://xmpp.org/resources/public-services/ into a
>> format that will enable us to use XEP-0309 when server software
>> starts to support that protocol. I now store information about
>> each server in a vCard4 file, which is converted into an
>> old-style services.xml file (disco format) and into the
>> index.html at xmpp.net using shell scripts and XSLT. Once we are
>> running a suitable XMPP server at xmpp.net, the server software
>> will gather vCards directly from other servers over the network 
>> (no need for admins to send the information on this email list,
>> see XEP-0309 for details), those vCards will be stored in the
>> right directory, and we'll have a cron job to automatically
>> update the website. However, that's mostly in the future for
>> now.
>> 
>> You can see the results at http://xmpp.net/ -- if this looks
>> fine, I'll create a redirect from
>> http://xmpp.org/resources/public-services/ to http://xmpp.net/
>> sometime soon.
>> 
>> Oh, and I did correct one piece of data while I was doing this
>> work: I've removed jabber.fsinf.at from the server list (it still
>> shows up at xmpp.org, but not at xmpp.net).
>> 
>> Next steps: catch up on server registrations and work on
>> implementation and deployment of XEP-0309.
>> 
>> Peter
>> 
>> -- Peter Saint-Andre https://stpeter.im/
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> ------------------------------
>> 
>> Message: 2 Date: Tue, 24 Jan 2012 20:04:02 -0700 From: Peter
>> Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im> Subject: Re: [Operators]
>> xmpp.net To: XMPP Operators Group <operators at xmpp.org> 
>> Message-ID: <4F1F7122.3090406 at stpeter.im> Content-Type:
>> text/plain; charset=UTF-8
>> 
>> BTW, I'll also check this stuff into source control (probably at
>> github) so people can re-use it.
>> 
>> On 1/24/12 8:00 PM, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
>>> Folks, this evening I coverted the information from the
>>> xmpp.org web page at http://xmpp.org/resources/public-services/
>>> into a format that will enable us to use XEP-0309 when server
>>> software starts to support that protocol. I now store
>>> information about each server in a vCard4 file, which is
>>> converted into an old-style services.xml file (disco format)
>>> and into the index.html at xmpp.net using shell scripts and 
>>> XSLT. Once we are running a suitable XMPP server at xmpp.net,
>>> the server software will gather vCards directly from other
>>> servers over the network (no need for admins to send the
>>> information on this email list, see XEP-0309 for details),
>>> those vCards will be stored in the right directory, and we'll
>>> have a cron job to automatically update the website. However,
>>> that's mostly in the future for now.
>>> 
>>> You can see the results at http://xmpp.net/ -- if this looks
>>> fine, I'll create a redirect from
>>> http://xmpp.org/resources/public-services/ to http://xmpp.net/
>>> sometime soon.
>>> 
>>> Oh, and I did correct one piece of data while I was doing this
>>> work: I've removed jabber.fsinf.at from the server list (it
>>> still shows up at xmpp.org, but not at xmpp.net).
>>> 
>>> Next steps: catch up on server registrations and work on
>>> implementation and deployment of XEP-0309.
>>> 
>>> Peter
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