Posts Tagged ‘atompub’

Is XMPP for the web ready?

A discussion started recently on the Jabber social mailing-list about the current state of XMPP support at Facebook. If you don’t remember the idea of a XMPP network for Facebook I’d say it’s rather normal considering they talked about it back in May 2008 and nothing has really happened since then. The discussion has quickly […]


amplee 0.6.1

I’ve just released amplee 0.6.1. This release is a minor release that fixes a few annoying defects and improves overall performances of the internal of amplee: removes many of the usage of the copy.copy function (thanks to Mohanara Gopala Krishnan for his previous help) drops the cmemcache module in favor the python-memcached one adds a […]


XMPP, AtomPub and microblogging

Following my previous posts about my work on mixing AtomPub and XMPP together in a single application I’ve worked yesterday on the basic workflow of the application I write. The first use case is to create a profile using OpenID. When landing on the application main page the user can enter his (or her) OpenID […]


AtomPub and XMPP

There has been quite a lot of discussions around the use of XMPP in a web context and how to blend HTTP and XMPP protocols for a better social network experience. I’ve been working on implementing XMPP for a while now on my spare time and even though it’s been a much slower effort I […]