[Operators] Public XMPP service: jabberzac.org
admin at fysh.in
admin at fysh.in
Tue Mar 10 23:09:58 UTC 2015
I agree on the MUC front. Would be good to collaborate in real time rather than a rather out dated (in my opinion) mailing list. Although I can see the archiving benefits of the mailing list.
I’ve listed my server using https://list.jabber.at/ <https://list.jabber.at/> rather than https://xmpp.net <https://xmpp.net/> as xmpp.net <http://xmpp.net/> was no longer being updated when I applied to get mine added.
The process at https://list.jabber.at <https://list.jabber.at/> is that you don’t need to request it to be added on the page it’s all automated for the most part, as far as I’m aware. I can’t remember the whole process from start to end, but you just have to create an account and satisfy some criteria before your server is listed on the home page automatically. I believe it checks every 6 hours to verify the server you listed still meets the criteria, and if it does not it will automatically hide it from the home page until it’s resolved.
It might be an idea to try the site yourselves as I can’t remember all there is about it.
But I thought this could be a good strategy of improving the process at xmpp.net <http://xmpp.net/>?
> On 10 Mar 2015, at 22:54, Yonnji <yonnji at miqote.com> wrote:
> MUC is great idea. But on which server? Everyone has their own xD
> On 11/03/15 01:02, Mike Barnes wrote:
>> Yeah it looks that way, despite the last time this was brought up on
>> this list there were reassurances from the maintainer that he was just
>> "busy" or something.
>> This is a massive issue across so many sites. The public directory on
>> xmpp.net <http://xmpp.net> needs to be REMOVED if it's not maintained,
>> or its maintenance handed over to someone else. It CANNOT be that damn
>> hard. The observatory is excellent and useful, but leads people to links
>> to this stupid server list that nobody can get anything added to.
>> But hey, that's the way we live right? Jabber.org "temporarily"
>> suspended registrations two years ago. Jabber.org.au
>> <http://Jabber.org.au> is still missing any kind of web site ... and
>> we're here as operators of instant messaging and conference servers and
>> we're using a mailing list. How about an "official" MUC on something and
>> link to that instead? Oh, probably impossible, as someone would have to
>> take 10 minutes out of their day and update a web page.
>> Honestly if anyone's surprised that people keep using proprietary
>> messaging solutions, just take a look at the half-finished and neglected
>> projects that wave an XMPP banner around, and think about who's actually
>> paying attention to users.
>> On 10 March 2015 at 23:02, remi bruggeman <remi at remisan.be
>> <mailto:remi at remisan.be>> wrote:
>> The list is not managed anymore. No new entries are being added.
>> Rémi Bruggeman
>> On 10 Mar 2015 11:55, Mike Barnes <mike at bremensaki.com
>> <mailto:mike at bremensaki.com>> wrote:
>> Hey, I thought I'd submitted this a long time ago, but
>> apparently that only happened in my imagination. Are they
>> getting added at the moment? :D
>> Please add my public XMPP service to the list at xmpp.net
>> <http://xmpp.net>. The information is as follows:
>> domain: jabberzac.org <http://jabberzac.org>
>> website: http://jabberzac.org
>> year launched: 2010
>> country: Australia
>> latitude: -31.9
>> longitude: 115.9
>> CA: StartSSL
>> server software: Prosody
>> admin name: Mike Barnes
>> admin JID: mike at bremensaki.com <mailto:mike at bremensaki.com>
>> description: A primarily AU/NZ based community, focused on MUC
>> services (on conference.jabberzac.org
>> <http://conference.jabberzac.org>), also open to public use and
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