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You can use any jabber accounts you already have set up to join the group chat on resiprocate.org; but, if you don't have any, you can login to the jabber server on resiprocate.org using your existing resiprocate developer account in form of <your-username>@resiprocate.org.  The server is running the standard pair of ports depending on what your client supports: port 5222 requires TLS via STARTTLS, and port 5223 begins SSL on initial connection.  Configure your client to allow plaintext authentication (which will only take place over the SSL/TLS encrypted connection because of the server-forced security).  The server will present a certificate rooted at CACert.org - the root certificates, if you don't already have them, can be found at <http://www.cacert.org/index.php?id=3>.
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You can use any jabber accounts[[Chat#Jabber_Accounts|[*]]] you already have set up to join the group chat on resiprocate.org; but, if you don't have any, you can login to the jabber server on resiprocate.org using your existing resiprocate developer account in form of <your-username>@resiprocate.org.  The server is running the standard pair of ports depending on what your client supports: port 5222 requires TLS via STARTTLS, and port 5223 begins SSL on initial connection.  Configure your client to allow plaintext authentication (which will only take place over the SSL/TLS encrypted connection because of the server-forced security).  The server will present a certificate rooted at CACert.org - the root certificates, if you don't already have them, can be found at <http://www.cacert.org/index.php?id=3>.
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= Jabber Accounts =
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Any XMPP/Jabber compliant client and server should be able to connect to the group chats.  A partial list of public servers that have been verified to work are:
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* [http://www.google.com/talk/ GTalk]
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* [http://www.jabber.org/ jabber.org]
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If you have an existing account on one of those services, just join the group chat after logging into to your existing chat account.

Revision as of 16:37, 19 February 2009

These jabber chat rooms are available for discussion of reSIProcate:

  • devel@conference.resiprocate.org
  • users@conference.resiprocate.org

You can use any jabber accounts[*] you already have set up to join the group chat on resiprocate.org; but, if you don't have any, you can login to the jabber server on resiprocate.org using your existing resiprocate developer account in form of <your-username>@resiprocate.org. The server is running the standard pair of ports depending on what your client supports: port 5222 requires TLS via STARTTLS, and port 5223 begins SSL on initial connection. Configure your client to allow plaintext authentication (which will only take place over the SSL/TLS encrypted connection because of the server-forced security). The server will present a certificate rooted at CACert.org - the root certificates, if you don't already have them, can be found at <http://www.cacert.org/index.php?id=3>.

Jabber Accounts

Any XMPP/Jabber compliant client and server should be able to connect to the group chats. A partial list of public servers that have been verified to work are:

If you have an existing account on one of those services, just join the group chat after logging into to your existing chat account.