2009/1/30 Tobias Jakobs <tobias.jakobs@googlemail.com>

On Fri, Jan 30, 2009 at 7:39 AM, Dale Harvey <harveyd@gmail.com> wrote:
> Since I had to stop working on inkboard, ive made a few
> attempts to go back in and get it back to a usable state.

Perhaps it helps to have ha look at AbiWords[1] collaboration service.
they use XMPP too. Perhaps we can even use their collaboration server.
You can find more infos in this blog: http://uwog.net/news/?p=18

Heh the main problem that I had on the server was
that I didnt have a development server at the time and
was using public xmpp servers, which was a bit
unreasonable for the amount of transfer it was generating.
(it crashed a few public servers)

I think Bob had setup a development test server but I was having problems with bugs in the actual xmpp
implementation between different versions of server.

But I have development servers now, and coincidently
in the time after inkboard I became an erlang developer
an know a few of the ejabberd devs, so the server side shouldnt be a problem


[1] http://www.abisource.com/release-notes/2.6.0.phtml
[2] http://abicollab.net/