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Jabbim is a client for communication over XMPP/Jabber protocol, written in the Python language using Qt (4.3), PyQt (4.3) and Pyxl library, which is a part of the client. The aim of the Jabbim client is to make Jabber approachable for common people, so it is a client for common users and beginners. ... [More]
Wokkel is collection of enhancements on top of the Twisted networking framework, written in Python. It mostly provides a testing ground for enhancements to the Jabber/XMPP protocol implementation as found in Twisted Words, that are meant to eventually move there.
The proxy65 project is an external component (written on top of the Twisted Python library) that can be hooked up to existing Jabber/XMPP server to provide SOCKS5 Bytestreams functionality for file transfer between Jabber users, as specified in XEP-0065: http://www.xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0065.html
Parceltongue aims to be a modular Jabber server written in Python / Twisted. It's modularity is meant to make it easy to implement various JEPs.
Pretzel is a Jabber/XMPP server designed to be able to be easily extensible. It is built on top of the Twisted and is designed to be a platform on top of which Jabber Extension Proposals can easily be implemented, in order to drive client adoption and testing. Why Pretzel? * the need for a ... [More]
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