Difference between revisions of "How to connect Sugar to a Jabber network"

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[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jabber Jabber] networks may link Sugar users to each other in order to chat, interact and collaborate. There are global Sugar Jabber networks, or regional ones hosted by organizations and individuals around the world. You can choose whichever Jabber network you wish to connect to. Connecting Sugar to one of these networks may greatly enhance your Sugar experience.  
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Networks may link Sugar users to each other in order to chat, interact and collaborate. Many Sugar activities have automatic collaboration and chat features.
  
Related Information:
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For Sugar users on a local network, the linking is automatic, using Link-local XMPP connection management via the Telepathy Salut software.  Each Sugar user will be shown on the [https://help.sugarlabs.org/en/neighborhood_view.html Neighbourhood View].
  
*'''Jabber Servers''' - [[Community Jabber servers]]
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For Sugar users distributed over a wide area network, linking can be through an XMPP or [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jabber Jabber] server.  A server is operated by Sugar Labs for testing, and some schools or teams may run their own server.
  
=== Connecting to a community jabber server ===
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Talk to your network administrator for the best Jabber server to use.  See [https://help.sugarlabs.org/en/my_settings.html#network My Settings, Network, Server].
  
Open My Settings, Network, and change Server.
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See also [[Community Jabber servers]].
 
 
See https://help.sugarlabs.org/en/my_settings.html#network
 

Latest revision as of 20:40, 31 August 2017


Networks may link Sugar users to each other in order to chat, interact and collaborate. Many Sugar activities have automatic collaboration and chat features.

For Sugar users on a local network, the linking is automatic, using Link-local XMPP connection management via the Telepathy Salut software. Each Sugar user will be shown on the Neighbourhood View.

For Sugar users distributed over a wide area network, linking can be through an XMPP or Jabber server. A server is operated by Sugar Labs for testing, and some schools or teams may run their own server.

Talk to your network administrator for the best Jabber server to use. See My Settings, Network, Server.

See also Community Jabber servers.