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Jabber started out as an idea for an instant messaging platform but has since been adapted by its creator, Jeremie Miller (of JavaScript parser XParse fame) to become an XML message routing platform. Jabber the company (Jabber.com) was originally started as an open source project (Jabber.org). JabberCentral is a place for open source and commercial development communities to exchange propaganda, code and ideas about the technology. The Jabber Developer Zone is where the open source development codebase and tools are published.

Check out two OpenP2P.com articles written by Jabber.com's own DJ Adams: You Have Mail! and A More Sensitive Mail Notifier .

Date Listed: 06/05/2001

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