[erlang-questions] Looking for XMPP client

Kirk Bateman kirk.bateman@REDACTED
Mon Dec 15 12:20:52 CET 2008

Exactly the same decisions I took :)

Components are shockingly easy to write, so thats what I ended up with. It
seems you can also benefit from the automatic round robin component stuff
for scalability, although I've not really looked into that yet.



2008/12/15 Anton Krasovsky <anton.krasovsky@REDACTED>

> Thanks guys! It looks like Jabberlang might have worked after all.
> But for now  I've built a simple ejabberd component, and considering this
> post:
> http://metajack.wordpress.com/2008/08/04/thoughts-on-scalable-xmpp-bots/
> I think I'm going to keep it this way.
> Regards,
> Anton
> 2008/12/15 Kirk Bateman <kirk.bateman@REDACTED>:
> > Anton,
> >
> > The Jabberlang stuff is actually usable, it needs a few modifications but
> > nothing major, I think it was just to do with the connect stuff.
> [...]
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