PegiRae Anderson sun_berry_blonde at
Sun Sep 3 18:32:20 UTC 2006

from what I have seen of it, is it really that different from Share Point?

>From: Brad Fitzpatrick <brad at>
>To: Aleksandar Milanov <a at>
>CC: djabberd at
>Subject: Re: Anybody
>Date: Sun, 3 Sep 2006 18:31:01 +0000 (UTC)
>On Sun, 3 Sep 2006, Aleksandar Milanov wrote:
> > I understand. Maybe there aren't enough people working on DJabberd and I
> > don't know what is the real plan set by 6A for it.
> >
> > Maybe trying to make it more popular (i.e. make the public more familiar
> > with it) is good? Seeing no one answered Paul Querna makes me think that
> > right now DJabberd is really exotic.
>Exotic?  Or done.
>There hasn't been anything we've needed.  The one big thing remaining is
>splitting the SQLite stuff from the core into a different repo, and
>putting all the plugins on CPAN separately, and fixing the test framework
>to require the SQLite plugins or skipping.
>So interest in MySQL patches?  Not really... put them on CPAN yourself?  I
>could give you svn access to commit them to the djabberd repo if you want,
>but be aware we're going to rearrange the repo when we get around to a
>- Brad

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