Since Jitsi is such a great opensource, cross-platform client with SIP
and SIMPLE (presence extensions) support... I wonder if perhaps Emil
could enlighten me (us) about what opensource and hopefully
cross-platform servers are out there, he has tried, or he uses to run
I wouldn't need a long essay, just a brief list of 3-4 of the most
powerful (or most popular) that you have tried (if any), and its
strenghts and weaknesses?.
I've googled around and basically I don't know where to start. I'm
familiar with traditional SIP but not SIMPLE. I've googled around and
found lots of toolkits, libraries, etc but not so many "ready to run"
solutions (or perhaps I've used the wrong arguments?).
Anyway, I decided to post it here due to the experience I know Emil
(and probably others) have with the involved protocols and software
A friend is interested in setting up SIP/SIMPLE server on the public
cloud and use it for messaging between Java ME feature phones.
He asked me and I told him I really have no idea about SIMPLE.
If you believe this message is not appropiate for this list, then I
apologize in advance and then please reply off-list if that turns to
be the general concensus. If not, we can have a nice short chat on the
state of sip-simple servers that one can use with Jitsi.
During times of Universal Deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act
- George Orwell