An XMPP virtual hosting application called gnos.us built on the ejabberd XMPP server and the Nitrogen erlang web framework will be described. The talk will discuss customizations to ejabberd and outline the implementation of the Nitrogen web application.
Source code is available at , https://github.com/troystribling/gnosus, https://github.com/troystribling/ejabberd
Speaker: Troy Stribling
Originally educated as a Physicist the past 10 years have been spent developing network and datacenter management software. In my spare time I hack in erlang and other languages and developed AgentXMPP, a ruby XMPP application framework, http://agentxmpp.com.