I just submitted the second XEP ("Moved 2.0") related my work on the #XMPP account migration project. Both this and the XEP-0227 update I submitted a few weeks ago are now going through the XMPP standards process.
The next stage of the project is the exciting one! Over the next couple of months I will be working on implementing these new protocols, and producing the initial software to help people migrate their data between services.
So thankful for the support of #NGI DAPSI! ❤️
Gajim Development News: This month brought some fixes for themes and spell checking. Development on the new Gajim version made a big step forward: file previews are working again, and they look even better now.
Gajim Development News:
This month brought improved Ad-Hoc commands, fixes for Gajim Portable, and new image preview capabilities. Meanwhile, work on Gajim’s next version made some progress: better code block styling, chat filters, note to myself, and much more.
Today is Gajim’s birthday! 🎉 Seventeen years of Instant Messaging with open standards and open source software.
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Philipp Hörist (lovetox), maintainer of @gajim, gave a preview of the new Gajim 1.4 User Interface. Gajim is an XMPP client written in Python. It currently receives a big UI overhaul, of which the first results were presented at the #xmpp Office Hours.🎙️
Join us on Tuesday at XMPP Office Hours 📢 for "Demo: Gajim 1.4 Preview" by Philipp Hörist at 17:00 UTC (Tue, 4th of May '21)
Join here: https://socialcoop.meet.coop/sam-pku-dud-niv
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Gajim Development News:
April brought an all new message styling parser, making Gajim fully compliant with XEP-0393. This post will also give you a sneak peek on some features we’ve been developing for the past months: the new Chat view and Contact Info window.
Very excited to announce that #NGI DAPSI will be funding user account data export and migration in #Snikket and #XMPP! This project will give people more control over their data and ensure they are never locked into a specific XMPP provider.
Gajim 1.3.2 has been released! 🚀
This release brings back translations for Windows users. It also includes some small fixes and improvements.
The #XMPP Newsletter for March 2021 is out!
We have an official XSF YouTube channel now! Read articles, news on clients and as always the XEP editorial updates of this month. Thanks to everyone contributing!
Enjoy reading! 📰 ☕
Development News March: Gajim’s new main window is coming together step by step while many core functionalities are being rewritten. This month also brought better accessibility for Gajim’s message input and improved Status Icon behavior.
Gajim 1.3.1 has been released! 🚀
With this release we managed to get a good portion of bugs fixed. Gajim 1.3.1 also includes some convenient improvements. Thanks everyone for reporting issues!
Gajim Development News February: This month brings many bug fixes for the upcoming Gajim 1.3.1 release. The Profile window’s error handling has been improved, and selecting small images for an avatar should now work as expected. While fixing those bugs, we’ve been working on something big.
Five months after Gajim 1.2.2, we’re proud to announce the release of Gajim 1.3.0! Many new features have been developed since, including a complete redesign of both Gajim’s Preferences window and configuration backend, an all new Profile window, support for Chat Markers, a new user interface for voice/video calls, and much more.
Gajim 1.3.0 is almost there and Gajim’s XMPP library python-nbxmpp had its 2.0.0 release! This month brings many bugfixes and a long anticipated feature: direct chat messages for private group chats.
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