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   Jabber: | Community Jabber Servers | Run a Jabber Server | Category:Jabber


What is a Jabber Server

A (specially configured) jabber server is used to allow multiple XOs/Sugar instances to connect and collaborate remotely. Imagine that a school in Peru and a school in Canada wanted to collaborate via their XOs. The mesh network doesn't stretch that far, but the two schools could use a Jabber server to communicate.

The non-sugarlabs.org servers might serve specific geographic regions or other groups.

To set up your own community or private server, see: Run your own jabber server.

Community Server Directory

If you want to publicize your server, please list it below. In "community", specify who should use this server - be as specific as possible. Please add a sysadmin contact email address so we can bug you when it's down...

Community Servers
server name community comments sysadmin contact
jabber.sugarlabs.org developers, testers, latest Sugar version users default collaboration server for Sugar on a Stick, but also a development installation undergoing changes jabber AT sugarlabs DOT org systems@lists.sugarlabs.org http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Service/jabber
orcalab.net Open to all Various transports, located in Germany xmpp@blackonion.org
potter-pod.no-ip.biz Richmond, VA. (any)
xmppcomm.com Open to All Ukrainian server. Supports jabber domain hosting JID: jadm@xmppcomm.com, E-mail: jadm@xmppcomm.com
im.it-native.de Open to All German Server. MUC and Webinterface aviable. JID: Arsimael@im.it-native.de
is-a-furry.org Open to All MUC and Multilingual Webinterface available. JID: Arsimael@is-a-furry.org

Connecting to a community jabber server

In Sugar, click on the centre icon, then My Settings, Network, and change the Server.


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