[ejabberd] Re: jabberd or ejabberd

jared demottjar at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 4 03:37:59 MSK 2005


Sander Devrieze wrote:
> Op vrijdag 4 maart 2005 00:01, schreef jared:
> 
>>Don't mean to start any flame war or anything, but I'm curious.  Are the
>>three mostly popular jabber servers, jabberd1.4.3.1 jabberd2.x, and
>>ejabberd?  If so, in which order?  I'm just curious what the most widely
>>deployed jabberd is,
> 
> 
> Probably Jabberd14 is the most widely deployed open source Jabber server for 
> *public servers* because it is the oldest and included in most distributions. 
> Jabberd2 is the next version of Jabberd14, but because there is not yet a 
> stable version after 2/3? years, Jabberd14 still "lives". ejabberd is only 
> 2,5 years old, but already much better than Jabberd14 IMO. I think it also 
> has a better feature as it is build upon Erlang, as it is one of the 
> state-horses of the Erlang community, as it has a good community,... Jabberd2 
> and ejabberd is probably (wild guess) installed on the same number of server 
> (or has the same number of users using such a Jabber server). Jive Messenger 
> is IMO the Jabber server with (at the moment ;-) ) the most user-friendly web 
> administration interface,...
> 
> 
>>and why we should chose one over the other. 
> 
> 
> That depends on what you needs. A good starting point is 
> http://www.jabber.org/admin/jsc/ (this do only list the open source Jabber 
> server implementations, and not yet all of them)
> 
> 
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Good Data. Thanks. :)



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