Some weeks ago I moved my repositories from Github (evil, Microsoft, blabla) to Codeberg. Codeberg is a non-profit organisation located in Germany. When you really dislike Microsoft products it is somewhat a natural reaction (at least for me) to move… Read moreMoving my repositories from Github to Codeberg.org
UPDATE: It’s not as simple as described below, I’m afraid… It appears that it’s not that easy to obtain new/correct certs from LetsEncrypt that are not cross-signed by DST Root X3 CA. Additionally older OpenSSL version (1.0.x) seems to have… Read moreLetsEncrypt CA Chain Issues with Ejabberd
Today ist May, 1st. In about two weeks on May, 15th WhatsApp will put their changed Terms of Service into action and when you don’t accept their rules you won’t be able to use WhatsApp any longer. Early this year… Read moreThe Fediverse – What About Resources?
If you can read this on planet.debian.org then migrating my blog from Drupal to WordPress was successful and the feed has been successfully changed by the Debian Planet Maintainers (thanks!). I’ve been a long term Drupal user. I think I… Read moreMigrating from Drupal to WordPress
Since the more or less global lockdown caused by Covid-19 there was a lot talk about video conferencing solutions that can be used for e.g. those people that try to coordinate with coworkers while in home office. One of the… Read moreJitsi Meet and ejabberd
For those interested in alternative social networks there is that website that is called the-federation.info, which collects some statistics of “The Fediverse”. The biggest part of the fediverse is Mastodon, but there are other projects (or parts) like Friendica or… Read moreXMPP: ejabberd Project on the-federation.info
When you a new to XMPP and just installed your client and connected to some XMPP server, you will notice: there is no contact for you to chat with! This is contrary to Facebook, WhatsApp or Signal where you upload… Read moreXMPP – Getting Started…
In my day job I’m responsible of maintaining the VoIP and XMPP infrastructure. That’s about approx. 40.000 phones and several thousand users using Enterprise XMPP software. Namely it is Cisco CUCM and IM&P on the server side and Cisco Jabber… Read moreXMPP – Prosody & Ejabberd