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The official Jabber Software Foundation mailing lists. 7945 35868
by Sam Whited
ejabberd is a free and open source instant messaging server written in Erlang. ejabberd is cross-platform, distributed, fault-tolerant, and based on open standards to achieve real-time communication (Jabber/XMPP). 2161 7444
by Marcio Luciano Donad...
Freetalk is a console based Jabber client. It features a readline interface with completion of buddy names, commands, and even ordinary English words. Freetalk is extensible, configurable, and scriptable through a Guile interface. 134 290
by Andrea Monaco
JWChat aims to be a full featured, web based jabber client. It uses only JavaScript and HTML on the client-side. Currently it supports basic jabber instant messaging, roster management and muc-based groupchats. JWChat - Jabber Web Chat home is here.
Sub-Forums: jwchat-devel
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by fosdem-rtc-admin
GNU Gadu is an instant messanger application, designed to work with IM protocols popular in Poland (but not only). This is a plugin based application, even GUI ( which uses GTK+) is a plugin. Currently we support: Gadu-Gadu, Tlen.pl, Jabber GNU Gadu home is here.
Sub-Forums: ggadu-devel ggadu-users
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by Andrzej Kurzeja-2
Development list for Gossip, a GNOME 2 Jabber client. 145 836
by Martyn Russell-3
Fire is a multi-protocol instant messenger client for Mac OS X based on freely available libraries for each service. Currently Fire handles AOL Instant Messenger™, ICQÆ, MSNÆ Messenger, Jabber, limited IRC, Yahoo!Æ, and Apple Bonjour communications. Fire home is here. 53 107
by ramaj