paul.kinlan at gmail.com
Mon Mar 23 20:29:13 MSK 2009
And the other thing is that I don't know if I should go down the gateway
route or module route.
I am thinking gateway at the moment because I am far more comfortable with
python than I am with erlang.
2009/3/23 Paul Kinlan <paul.kinlan at gmail.com>
> The problem was that I only saw mod_sms as a patch and I have no intention
> of patching and recompiling ejabberd. :)
> 2009/3/23 Lee Azzarello <lee at dropio.com>
> An SMS gateway module would be very useful if it could encapsulate the
>> many different interfaces for the myriad SMS gateway services
>> As far as the quality of mod_sms, I would recommend running it in a
>> test environment to determine it's quality.
>> On Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 11:54 AM, Paul Kinlan <paul.kinlan at gmail.com>
>> > Hi Guys,
>> > I need to create an XMPP <-> SMS gateway or some functionality that at a
>> > minimum can send SMS's outbound.
>> > I have been looking at mod_sms but it seems like it is a patch to
>> > and I am not sure how well it is supported, or even after looking at the
>> > code if it works.
>> > I am quite happy to develop the solution but I have a couple of
>> > Should I develop an xmpp gateway service that will map between XMPP and
>> > gateways?
>> > If yes, I have tried looking to see how to develop gateways, but I am
>> > really too sure where to start. Does anyone have any pointers?
>> > Should I develop an ejabberd module (like rabbit_mq thingy)
>> > Thanks,
>> > Paul.
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