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Ignite Realtime is the community site for the users and developers of Jive Software's open source Real Time Communications projects. Your involvement is helping to change the open RTC landscape.

Open Realtime.

Ignite Realtime is the community site for the users and developers of Jive Software's open source Real Time Communications projects. Your involvement is helping to change the open RTC landscape.
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Daryl Herzmann
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Announcing Openfire 3.10.0 Release Candidate

The Ignite Realtime Community is pleased to announce a release candidate build of the upcoming 3.10.0 release.  A lot of work has gone into this RC since the beta release a few months back and with your help testing, we are hoping to turn around a full 3.10.0 release very soon!  Here are some of the highlights since the beta:

 

  • OF-885 : Use non-blocking, async IO for BOSH connections
  • OF-893: Fix mutual authentication for BOSH
  • OF-869: Update Jetty to version 9.2
  • OF-877: BOSH connector does not properly restart after configuration change

 

For those of you that track our progress on Github, we are starting a new approach for development going forward.  An Openfire 3.10 branch has been created and the hope is that we will not have feature creep in this branch, but instead focus on stability and be able to make point releases when the situation warrants.  In the past, Openfire's point releases (ie 3.9.0 to 3.9.1) was a mixture of bug fixes and new features.  The new features will appear in other branches with an eye toward a future 3.11 or 4.0 release!  We are always looking for more folks to help develop Openfire, so please send us those pull requests and stop by our XMPP MUC room open_chat@conference.igniterealtime.org to say hi.

 

So please test this RC and report issues you find in the Openfire Support ForumDo not report issues by commenting on this blog post please!

 

Here is a listing of download links and md5sums for this release.  You can find these also on our beta download page.

 

md5sumFilename

4a3df600610ba64698c74e35d295b2e4

JSopenfire-3.10.0.rc-ALL.pkg.gz
747e5a890cd672883ed69677989bac6copenfire-3.10.0.rc-1.i386.rpm
ddf2fc93ad0a5c01e9f41860aeac90ad openfire_3.10.0.rc_all.deb
c090d23a5cb685ddfb01b6a1074b384aopenfire_3_10_0_rc.dmg
81d05bf6e20b9f8f6a9eeab16d6b843dopenfire_3_10_0_rc.exe
734b5c3085c828531bc2f3cc610941a7openfire_3_10_0_rc.tar.gz
2a346d0f9b691d96978dd93e79484642 openfire_3_10_0_rc.zip
e7c84d7714f53f493cd6eccb4b1759ebopenfire_src_3_10_0_beta.tar.gz
9d1ab61f11f74bbafbd0efe6c4d93b95openfire_src_3_10_0_beta.zip
d4e38827c630bb57171f632f069003b2openfire_src_3_10_0_rc.tar.gz
e05a13587987b0ab24325b435d04243bopenfire_src_3_10_0_rc.zip

 

Happy testing!

Tags: planetjabber , openfire , releases 3
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Smack 4.1.0 released

The Ignite Realtime community is very happy and proud to announce the release of Smack 4.1.0, our open source XMPP client library. Since Smack 4.1 is not binary compatible with Smack 4.0, i.e. it is not a drop-in replacement, make sure to have a look at the "Smack 4.1 Readme and Upgrade Guide".

 

Smack 4.1 marks a milestone in the development history of Smack, as its obsoletes aSmack, the build environment formerly required to port Smack to Android. Starting with 4.1, Smack is able to run natively and unmodified on Android.

 

A further release highlight, among many others, is the support for XEP-198: Stream Management. Note that like every new big feature, Stream Management is disabled by default.

 

The full changelog can be found at https://www.igniterealtime.org/builds/smack/docs/4.1.0/changelog.html, the javadoc is available accessible via https://www.igniterealtime.org/builds/smack/docs/4.1.0/javadoc/ and the documentation available at https://www.igniterealtime.org/builds/smack/docs/4.1.0/documentation/

 

We would like to thank everyone who provided feedback, bug reports and contributed. The developers and contributors for the 4.1.0 release, since 4.0.0 are:

 

$ git shortlog -sn 4.0.0..4.1.0

   631  Florian Schmaus

     4  Vyacheslav Blinov

     3  Anno van Vliet

     3  Daniele Ricci

     2  Georg Lukas

     2  Júlio Cesar Bueno Cotta

     2  lucastucchi

     2  vito-c

     1  Abmar Barros

     1  Anno

     1  Chris Deering

     1  Christoph Fiehe

     1  Gilles Cornu

     1  Gligor Selimovic

     1  Jae Jang

     1  Luke GB

     1  atsykholyas

 

The signed tag used to upload the 4.1.0 artifacts to Maven Central points to 4bb8aea2815ceaab4224d1e2c3d80ba70c1f3803. As always, Smack 4.1.0 is available via Maven Central.

 

Now go ahead and implement a open source XMPP client with Smack. Be it for Android or one of the many platforms supported by Java. But even more importantly, provide feedback and help to improve Smack. We try our best to make Smack one of the best, stable and reliable open source libraries for XMPP, but it's far from being perfect. Join #smack (freenode) and discuss with us how Smack could be improved.

 

Happy Hacking.

Tags: planetjabber , smack , release 1
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Smack and Openfire at GSOC 2015 -- Smack 4.1.0-rc3 available -- First preview alpha of Smack 4.2 available

The Ignite Realtime community is participating, as part of the XMPP Standards Foundation (XSF) GSOC organization, in this year's Google Summer of Code. Besides various Openfire projects, there are two Smack related ones:

 

All XMPP project ideas can be found at the XSF wiki: Summer of Code 2015 - XMPP WIKI

 

 

Furthermore we are proud to announce the availability of Smack 4.1.0-rc3, which should fix the last outstanding issues with Stream Management (XEP-198).

 

 

Also the first alpha version of Smack 4.2 has been released. Smack 4.2.0-alpha1 is basically Smack 4.1.0-rc3 with two major modifications that introduce the first big API changes in Smack 4.2:

  • Smack is now interruptible, which means that most methods throw a InterruptedException. This allows users to cancel (long-running) blocking I/O operations by just interrupting the thread performing those actions.
  • Smack uses now the Jid type (from jxmpp-jid) everywhere a Jid is expected. This prevents programming and users errors caused by an invalid JID String, since JIDs have pretty strict requirements regarding their String representation. Also jxmpp-jid does cache the result of the expensive String operations required to perform on JID Strings, which results in increased performance.
Tags: planetjabber , smack , gsoc 0
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(a)Smack 4.0.7 released

We just released (a)Smack 4.0.7. This is a bugfix only release.

 

It was found that the passed "hostname" argument to the configured HostnameVerifier in Smack 4.0 was server controllable, which could allow a malicious attacker to circumvention hostname verification. Hostname verification is disabled by default in Smack 4.0, but enabled by default in Smack 4.1. The faulty code was long ago removed in the Smack 4.1 branch, so most Smack 4.1 (pre-)releases are not affected.

 

As a reminder: The second release candidate of Smack 4.1 is available. Consider updating when possible, but please refer to the Smack 4.1 Readme and Upgrade Guide · igniterealtime/Smack Wiki · GitHub  first.

Tags: planetjabber , smack , release 0
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Smack 4.1.0-rc1 released

The Ignite Realtime community is happy to announce the first release candidate of the upcoming Smack version 4.1. Smack is an open source XMPP client library written in Java with multi-runtime support. It can be used with Java SE and Android runtimes. If you haven't done already now is the ideal time to grab Smack 4.1.0-rc1 and try it out. A '4.1' branch has been created, that will track the further development of Smack 4.1. The API of Smack 4.1 is now officially stable and will not change in an incompatible way between further 4.1 releases.

 

Smack 4.1.0-rc1 is available via Maven Central.

Tags: planetjabber , smack , release 4
Openfire 3.9.3
Spark 2.6.3
SparkWeb 0.9.0
Smack API 4.1.0
Tinder API 1.2.2
Whack API 1.0.0
XIFF API 3.1.0
Downloads 21,262,427

Openfire really impressed me and I find it really hard to come up with a negative when it comes to this great IM server... Installation was a breeze as was setup. Working with the browser-based administrative interface is a joy. In fact, Openfire is a beautiful, easy to use, configurable, customizable, extensible, and powerful instant messaging server.

– Marcel Gagné, Sys Admin Magazine