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Reminder to my dear followers on Diaspora: I'm leaving Diaspora soon!

Reason: My Diaspora service will close. Thanks to the Framasphere people for providing this great service over so many years! Merci infiniment !

Feel free to follow me on Movim with your Jabber/XMPP account.

#diaspora #framasphere #jabber #movim #xmpp

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  • 5 days ago - 09:17 debacle

    Btw. there are some nice things, which I can do with Movim, but not with Diaspora. Most important: I can edit and correct my posts! I mistype so often and realise it afterwards. In Diaspora I had to remove the post and make a new one. In Movim I can just edit the post.

  • 5 days ago - 09:18 debacle

    Second: I'm not forced to use the web browser to make a post. It is all possible from the command line using the jp tool (in Debian: sat-xmpp-jp).

  • 5 days ago - 09:21 debacle

    Also nice: When using the command line tool, it is possible to control the resulting URL. https://mov.im/?blog/debacle@movim.eu/reminder-leaving-diaspora is better readable than https://framasphere.org/posts/98147420d40c0139a9c52a0000053625

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    PARTY POPPER Profanity 0.11.0 has been released PARTY POPPER

    DebXWoody · Sunday, 25 July - 06:06

🎉 Profanity 0.11.0 has been released 🎉

Profanity is a console based XMPP client written in C using ncurses and libstrophe, inspired by Irssi. 🤩

Six months and 242 commits after 0.10.0 we are happy to release 0.11.0.

🙏 🙏 🙏 🙏

  • Command for bookmark details
  • Add XEP-0377 Spam Reporting
  • OMEMO related fixes
  • attention flag
  • launch external editor to write (multiline) messages
  • request 'voice' in MUCs (XEP-0045)
  • ...

#profanity #xmpp #ncurses #messenger

  • Release 0.11.0 · profanity-im/profanity

    Six months and 242 commits after 0.10.0 we are happy to release 0.11.0. 10 people contributed code to it: @DebXWoody, @xenrox, @mwuttke97, @dustinlagoy, @kaffeekanne, @CIacademic, @rjc, @raspbeguy,...

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  • 25 July Timothée Jaussoin

    Congrats !

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    debacle · pubsub.movim.eu / berlin-xmpp-meetup · Monday, 12 July - 11:11

We'll Meet Again, in real life!

This time, we will enjoy socialising and talking about this and that and XMPP. We meet outside of xHain using their chairs on the pavement. You may bring your own drinks and snacks,

If someone needs to enter xHain, they needs either a negative Corona test result or vaccination certificate. Tests can be performed anonymously, if needed. They needs to wear a cloth mask, too.

When? Wednesday, 2021-07-14 18:00 CEST (always 2ⁿᵈ Wednesday of every month)

Where? Pavement in front of xHain hack+makespace, Grünberger Str. 16, 10243 Berlin (as formerly)

See you then!

Or join our non-physical room (xmpp:berlin-meetup@conference.conversations.im?join)!

#xmpp #community #xhain #freesoftware #berlin #meetup #federation #fediverse

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    Curated Server Lists

    eevvoor · pubsub.movim.eu / berlin-xmpp-meetup · Tuesday, 8 June - 18:49 edit

Emus and melvo will present an approach to provide curated lists of XMPP servers based on specific hard and soft criteria. This project should improve the onboarding of newcomers to XMPP clients and XMPP network. Clients can implement the list and provide suggestions to the user, also based on the criteria or requirements provided. You are invited to take a look at the project repository.

Yes, the talk will be held in English!

When?Tomorrow – Wednesday, 2021-06-09 18:00 CEST (always 2ⁿᵈ Wednesday of every month)

Where? Online, Link provided in our Berlin-Meetup MUC xmpp:berlin-meetup@conference.conversations.im?join .

See you then!

#jabber #berlin #meetup #kaidan #community #xmpp #server #provider #onboarding #messaging #xmpp-providers

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    We are looking for some help for the Movim Android application

    Timothée Jaussoin · pubsub.movim.eu / Movim · Monday, 31 May - 20:17 edit · 2 minutes

Hi,

I am writing this little post today to ask for (a bit) of help on the official Movim #Android application that is currently available there.

I am maintaining #Movim for more than 10 years now, mostly without asking for any help from the hundreds of daily users that we have now (on the servers we're aware of, at least). I am also maintaining and updating the infrastructure hosting the website, the official pod and the #XMPP server and related services.

However Movim is a little more than that, there is also an Android app, and a desktop app (currently abandoned).

I am maintaining the Android app with the really thin knowledge that I have on this platform. Most of the code of the application is basically copy/pasted from StackOverflow and a bit hacky. Fixing and developing this app is always really time consuming as the environment, and the way of dealing with it, is really different than the knowledge that I have on the web development side.

So basically today I'm asking from some help for the official Movim Android application. If you have a little bit of experience in Android development (or if you want to learn !) and if you're willing to help me to improve the application do not hesitate to contact me through our official chatroom, directly on Github or as a comment of this post.

The app is quite simple. It is basically a WebView that shows one of the configured pods. And… that's mostly it.

What would be really helpful would be to have (non exhaustive list):

  • Another pair of eye to check and maybe refactor the few classes that are contained in the application
  • Create two flavors of the app, one "Play Store ready" and one "free of Google Play" integration (the current app cannot be published on F-Droid because there is some strong dependencies there)
  • Fix the mic/camera support and authorizations
  • See if the current notification system can be improved
  • Send an event to Movim when the app is "put in background" in a chat conversation to ensure that the notifications are re-enabled in this specific case
  • And any other nice feature that you would like to see integrated

There is no pressure or deadline, any pull requests that could help improving or fixing things in the application would be really appreciated.

I am currently dealing with Google to re-enable the application on the Play Store as well, I will keep you updated about that.

Regards,

edhelas

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    XMPP for IoT: Visualisation of Meteorological Live Data for Renewable Energy

    debacle · pubsub.movim.eu / berlin-xmpp-meetup · Tuesday, 11 May - 15:29 edit

Dan and Tim will present a beautiful web application based on Strophe.js and Flot.js to visualise live measuremen data transmitted via XMPP PubSub/PEP. This is not about instant messaging at all, this is IoT, but security included.

When? Wednesday, 2021-05-12 18:00 CEST (always 2ⁿᵈ Wednesday of every month)

Where? Online, via our MUC (xmpp:berlin-meetup@conference.conversations.im?join). A Jitsi video conference will be announced there.

See you then!

#jabber #berlin #meetup #community #xmpp #iot #webapplication #javascript #strophejs #flotjs #pubsub #pep #security #renewableenergy

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    The European Commission has funded an open source project to create a Gateway between the ActivityPub and XMPP PubSub Protocols, and E2EE on PubSub

    Danie van der Merwe · news.movim.eu / gadgeteerza-tech-blog · Friday, 7 May - 08:20 · 1 minute

From goffi: "it's my pleasure to announce that an ActivityPub <=> XMPP gateway doubled with Pubsub end-to-end encryption project has been selected for a grant by NLNet/NGI0 Discovery Fund (with financial support from European Commission's Next Generation Internet programme)".

The XMPP <=> ActivityPub gateway will join two major open and decentralised protocols. In practice it will be a XMPP server component (usable with any server), and implement the ActivityPub server to server protocol (or "Federation Protocol"). On XMPP side, it will be mostly a Pubsub service (with some extra, like private messages converted to XMPP message stanza).

XMPP blogging (XEP-0277: Microblogging over XMPP) will be used, and thus any client supporting it will have access to ActivityPub publications (Libervia and Movim for instance). For features present in ActivityPub and not yet in XMPP, it is planned to propose protoXEPs (i.e. proposition of XMPP extensions), to implement them. Events will also be part of the project, with a compatibility between Mobilizon and Libervia expected, and a protoXEP to have this standardised on XMPP side.

This is quite exiting, as it will extend both networks, and boost projects integrating blogging and XMPP chat.

See https://www.goffi.org/b/activitypub-gateway-and-pubsub-e2ee-QGqK

#technology #opensource #XMPP #ActivityPub #Fediverse