Please support XMPP in Android.

by wave connexion(BQ) » Wed, 07 May 2008 14:15:18 GMT

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It may not be a good time to back to this very old thread while everybody
is waiting for the winner announcement. But I want to thank for Dan's

However as we can see a lot of apps submitted use Gtalk service extensively,
and require Gtalk account login, I wonder why not get XMPP included in
Android core image under category "disabled now for stabilization purpose"(I
see this somewhere in document, but not quite sure what exactly the meaning
is), so that leave a hope in case someone developed or something else good
jumping up later on. And this does not impact the current Gtalk API. Just a

Jeff, have you taken a deep breath yet? please show up in the community and
help shape it, now its quite heat here.

On Tue, Feb 26, 2008 at 12:46 AM, Dan Morrill <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:



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