Friday, 17 September 2004
There is a lot of discussion these days about moving news over XMPP/Jabber. For example, Bob Wyman wrote a few things in his blog and on the Atom mailinglist. Also, I found this nice graph that looks a lot like this graph. The latter one being the architecture of Mimír, that has been running for about two years now.
Nevertheless, a lot can still be done to improve Mimír. Things I am thinking about are:
A desktop notification applet
A desktop side client
Pure Jabber interface for retrieving
missednews, adding new feeds, etc.
JEP-0060 repeaters for efficient news distribution.
Another item that was on the list is the ability to bookmark
items on your
unread list for later reading. That has
been implemented now and put in production last night. I'm curious
what my Mimír users think of this feature.
Furthermore, I've add a large number of channels again, this time the list was from stpeter. Enjoy!
Wednesday, 1 September 2004
The membership of the Jabber Software Foundation has elected the JSF Board and the Jabber Council for the 2004-2005 term. Details of the vote are forthcoming, and as I was candidate for the Jabber Council, I am happy to announce that I have been elected into the 5th Jabber Council. This means I am going to get more involved with the Jabber Enhancement Proposals and Jabber protocols in general, together with pgmillard, linuxwolf, temas and stpeter. I am happy to take on this job and want to thank the membership for their support.
Let's get busy!