[guardian-dev] Anyone using Talkr.im?

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at at.or.at
Tue Mar 29 14:52:59 EDT 2011


I just signed up, I'm now hans at talkr.im.  Sounds like a good service  
to recommend, based on this email.  Hopefully it pans out.

.hc

On Mar 20, 2011, at 11:36 PM, Nathan of Guardian wrote:

> Just found out about this service from a user, and am curious if  
> anyone
> is using Gibberbot with it, and how it compares to Jabber.org.
>
>
> https://www.talkr.im/faq
> Is Talkr.im service free?
> Yes Talkr.im is free:
> as in free beer: no cost
> as in free speech: the ejabberd software is under the GPL license
> as in freedom: export and import your private data (contacts, archive,
> bookmarks)
>
> What is Talkr.im compatible with?
> Talkr.im is a federated XMPP service, offering compatibility with  
> Google
> Talk, LiveJournal, Yandex Online, jabber.org. Besides Talkr.im  
> offers a
> gateway to IRC.
>
> How can I use the Talkr.im service?
> You can use Talkr.im with any standard XMPP client, for Mac OS X,  
> Linux
> or Windows, or even on your mobile.
>
> You can find a list on Wikipedia. We recommend OneTeam for iPhone, and
> Psi or Gajim for your computer.
> Where are the groupchats archived?
> The groupchats, also known as MUC for Multi-User Chats, are achived on
> http://talkr.im/logs/<your-room-JID>/
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