Hi, about all - good direction i think!

1. Event-driven single - good choice.
2. There are alot of other good libraries like libev too, but libuv - good, used it in my work pretty stable with 300-1000 events per loop. But last time we using libev coz FreeBSD releated more. 5. About js, logic on js, imho not good idea... jabberd2 good production class jabber server and its working on my work environments alot of years. Time for this will be when jabberd2 will be singleprocess and need to fork it to jabberd2-js port with XEP-logic on js. But not change good product... imho


I can help with testing and maybe this summer alittle with coding.. this email is jabber too for connections

Thank you for developing Jabberd2

wbr, brahmann

On 30.05.2016 11:31, Tomasz Sterna wrote:
There are some things we already talked about on Gitter channel [1],
but I would like to raise them on the ML for peer review.

As you can see from late activity, jabberd2 project is far from dead.
With the inclusion of new features like WebSocket support, C99 code
compatibility, IPv6 improvements, modern TLS handling, SASL Anonymous,
password hashing, CRAM-MD5 and more... it is not a stale codebase
anymore.

But it is far from modern too...
There are some changes I would like to introduce in the near future and
I would like to hear your thoughts about:

[SKIP]

What do you think of these ideas, guys?
Do you have any suggestions for even more disturbing improvements? :-)
I would love to hear all feedback.

You may take a look at experimental/PoC codebase at ashnazg [10] branch on 
GitHub.


[1] http://gitter.im/jabberd2/jabberd2
[2] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Message-oriented_middleware
[3] http://www.mbus.org/
[4] http://nanomsg.org/v0.9/nn_bus.7.html
[5] http://duktape.org/
[6] http://log4c.sourceforge.net/
[7] http://libdbi.sourceforge.net/
[8] http://github.com/antirez/sds
[9] http://www.gnu.org/software/libunistring/
[10] http://github.com/jabberd2/jabberd2/tree/ashnazg



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