Closed protocols come and go – ejabberd and XMPP remains – 10 years of success

We are pleased to celebrate ejabberd’s 10th anniversary! For ten years ejabberd remains a first class choice in instant messaging world. For seven years many customers trusted ProcessOne to support ejabberd and assist them to success.

Thank you all, users, people from XMPP world and customers to make this adventure possible. Now, let’s open a new chapter of this story by stepping a big stone with ejabberd 3.0, available for customers.

Mobile features, WebSocket and improved BOSH, better performances, less memory usage and better cluster scalability. Visit ProcessOne’s ejabberd site for more details.

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  • Jonas

    ejabberd started as an Open Source project. Will ejabberd 3.0 and its core modules continue be Open Source?

    • http://www.process-one.net/ Mickaël Rémond

      Yes, The plan is to work on extracting an open source version from this commercial one.

      • Daniel

        Is there any timeframe for this? There does not seem to be too much activity on Git.

        • http://www.process-one.net/ Mickaël Rémond

          You will not see it on Git until it is ready as it will be a huge change with no direct correlation with the existing code. We will be extracting that code from a quite different code base.
          We do not have timeframe for this new version, as it depends on the time we can allow on this between commercial projects.

  • http://www.process-one.net/ Mickaël Rémond

    Yes. The plan is to work on extracting an open source version from this commercial one.