Archive for March, 2008

XMPP in the browser

Following my post on XMPP yesterday, one comment by Steven Kryskalla raised the point of the Mozilla extension: xmpp4moz. This extension is indeed an excellent showcase of what I wish could see more in the browser. However, while I knew about that extension I chose not to discuss about it as I wanted to stress […]


XMPP, a ground for social technologies

I’ve been a long fan of the XMPP protocol and I’ve started implementing it using the fantastic Kamaelia. With all the GSoC discussion around it appeared that lots of people were more and more interested in seeing XMPP becoming the natural partner of HTTP in the maze that the Internet has quickly become. Consequently Peter […]


CherryPy in the field

Michael Schurter just posted a message on the main CherryPy users mailing-list asking developers using CherryPy to let the project team know about it. I want to support the idea as I would love our dusty success stories page being updated with new entries. I have a feeling that CherryPy is used quite a lot […]