"Strong developer growth confirms Jabber's status as one of
the most active open source movements in existence."
"Jabber.com, Inc., a subsidiary of Webb Interactive Services,
Inc., today announced that the Jabber Open Source Project has
surpassed 50 active sub-projects, all focused on extending
functionality of the Jabber real-time XML instant messaging
platform. The accelerated growth is attributed to increased
interest in Jabber within the open source development community,
along with an increase in the number of companies who view Jabber
as the most flexible and forward looking platform upon which they
can deploy instant messaging applications and services."
"Of the over 50 active projects, at least 17 have offerings
available today, ranging from Jabber clients which combine features
of Napster for file-sharing to clients specifically designed for
use within highly important projects such as Netscape's Mozilla
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