changeset 2772:8ad0e79858ae

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author Thomas Waldmann <tw AT waldmann-edv DOT de>
date Sun, 26 Aug 2007 16:07:39 +0200
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-MoinMoin Version History - Jabber Functionality
-===============================================
-
-Please completely read CHANGES text until you reach the version you were
-using until now. Otherwise you might miss some important upgrading and
-configuration hints.
-
-Version 1.7.current:
-  New Features:
-    * The first version that supports jabber notifications.
-      * Overview:
-	MoinMoin 1.7 includes a brand new notification system based on
-	a separate process running a Jabber/XMPP notification bot. See
-	http://www.jabber.org and http://www.xmpp.org for more information
-	on this protocol.
-
-	The bot can be used to send notifications about various events
-	occuring in your Wiki, or to work with the Wiki interactively.
-
-	As it's a separate process, it doesn't block waiting for all
-	notifications to be sent, to this solution should be suitable for
-	large sites that have many users subscribed to particular changes.
-
-      * Features:
-	* Notification sent when pages are changed in various ways (content
-	  change, page rename, deletion, page copy), users being created
-	  (visible to super user only!), attachments being added and users
-	  subscribing to pages...
-
-	* Users can choose which events they're interested in being notified
-	  about. This applied both to (old) email and jabber notifications.
-
-	* Interactive Jabber bot allows to perform various simple operations
-	  on a Wiki from within your IM client (possibly in response to
-	  received notification). This includes getting raw and html-formatted
-	  page contents, querying detailed page information (last author, 
-	  revision, date of the last change...), getting a list of pages,
-	  performing searches and reverts.
-
-	  The bot uses Data Forms (XEP-004) and Out of Band Data (XEP-066)
-	  extensions if they're supported by the client to further extend
-	  available communication options
-    
-       * Getting help:
-	 * There's a sample wikiconfig in MOINDIR/wiki/config/more_examples
-
-	 * You can read more about the notification bot on following pages:
-	     * http://moinmo.in/JabberSupport
-	     * http://moinmo.in/MoinMoinTodo/Release_1.7/HelpOnNotification
-
-       * Known main issues with jabber bot:
-	 * You need a development version of pyxmpp, 1.0 won't work. You can
-	   get it directly from svn repository with:
-
-	   svn checkout http://pyxmpp.jajcus.net/svn/pyxmpp/trunk pyxmpp
-
-	   Add the resulting `pyxmpp` directory to your PYTHONPATH or perform
-	   a "full installation" as described on http://pyxmpp.jajcus.net/:
-
-	   To build the package just invoke:
-	   python setup.py build
-
-	   To install it:
-	   python setup.py install
-
-	   If you had some older version of PyXMPP it is better to uninstall it 
-	   (delete pyxmpp subdirectory os your site-packages directory) before 
-	   installing this one or things may not work correctly.
-
-	   You may also try:
-	   make
-
-	   and:
-	   make install
-
-	   instead.
-
-	 * Jabber servers usually have rather tight data rate limits, so if
-	   your site generates a lot of traffic, the notification bot may become
-	   unstable and/or unusable. If such condition occurs, you should
-	   consider running your own Jabber/XMPP server with relaxed limits.