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XMPP on the roll

February 3rd, 2008 by Niklas Gustavsson

XMPP, aka Jabber, is making great strides into the world of instant messaging. Since Jeremie Miller released the first version in 1998, it has been the obvious alternative for those preferring open protocols over the proprietary networks pushed by ICQ, AOL, MSN and others. With big guys like Apple and Google using XMPP it began [...]

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