Re: [96attendees] Recipe to set up Jabber?

"Carlos M. Martinez" <> Mon, 11 July 2016 17:25 UTC

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Subject: Re: [96attendees] Recipe to set up Jabber?
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I believe getting a free Jabber account is not particularly difficult,
although I agree that it hardly seems like a robust solution.

Maybe it's not beyond imagining an IETF-run jabber server, with account
creation tied to registration to one event.

On 7/11/16 2:21 PM, John Dowdell wrote:
>> On 11 Jul 2016, at 18:14, Yoav Nir <> wrote:
>>> On 11 Jul 2016, at 7:53 PM, Ted Lemon <> wrote:
>>> This is really hopeless.   If we are to use jabber for IETF business, there should be a jabber server that is supported by the IETF.   The "good luck" jabber server web page is not helpful.   I tried using it in BA and was unable to participate on jabber during that IETF.
>> I tried six servers from that list that were totally non-functional. The seventh one I tried worked like a charm.  FWIW it was, and the client still seems to be working with that account.
>> But it would be great if we had something more reliable than that list.
>> Yoav
> For BA, participating remotely, I used Meetecho for the first time. Bit of a fiddle to find a web browser that works on your OS of choice, but Firefox seemed to work best (i.e. supported more of the standards on which meet echo is based) than the others for OSX, though others reported Chrome working for them. It’s a lot less fiddly than Jabber. Just follow the links for the meeting you are attending. Do not be frightened to ask others doing the same for help, because help will be forthcoming.
> Can’t remember what I used on the mac for Jabber but Taikonaut is a good client for iPad.
> Regards
> John
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