Jabber Feed

This plugin feeds Jabber server pubsub nodes when new posts are published on
Wordpress and comments are added.

Author:Jehan Hysseo (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:2.0
WordPress version tested:2.9.2
Plugin version:0.5
Added to WordPress repository:01-04-2008
Last updated:24-01-2010
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
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Plugin URI:http://jehan.zemarmot.net/blog/jabber-feed/
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This plugin enables the blog owner to publish their posts on a xmpp pubsub node. This way, anyone subscribed to this same node will be notified through Jabber when a new post is published.

It enables also to do the same with comments on separated xmpp pubsub nodes, so that readers can also subscribe and get notified about new comments of a specific post only if prefered.

Note: this is a early version, you can try it if you are interested (there can be no harm! ;-), but I will provide far better versions progressively...

Detailed Features

  • Connection with SRV records, TLS if available and known authentication mechanisms (in this order of preference): Digest-MD5, CramMD5, PLAIN, ANONYMOUS.
  • Posts are published on the subnode posts/ of the given pubsub node;
  • Comments are published on the subnode comments/ with being the id of the corresponding post;
  • Posts, as well as comments, are deleted automatically from the associated pubsub nodes if you delete them, disapprove them, or flag them as spam from the WordPress website;
  • Posts, as well as comments, are updated automatically on the associated pubsub nodes if you edit them on your WordPress website;
  • Autodiscover xmpp link for all posts is automatically set on all pages, except single posts (if the 'wp_head' function is used by your theme, which is the common procedure);
  • Autodiscover xmpp link for comments of the current post is automatically set on each single post (if the 'wp_head' function is used by your theme, which is the common procedure);
  • 2 templates functions for returning or displaying different xmpp links are provided for your themes.