Community Jabber Servers
What is a Jabber Server
A (specially configured) jabber server is used to allow multiple XOs/Sugar instances to connect and collaborate remotely. Imagine that a school in Peru and a school in Canada wanted to collaborate via their XOs. The mesh network doesn't stretch that far, but the two schools could use a Jabber server to communicate.
The non-sugarlabs.org servers might serve specific geographic regions or other groups.
To set up your own community or private server, see: Run your own jabber server.
Community Server Directory
If you want to publicize your server, please list it below. In "community", specify who should use this server - be as specific as possible. Please add a sysadmin contact email address so we can bug you when it's down...
|server name||community||comments||sysadmin contact|
|jabber.sugarlabs.org||developers, testers, latest Sugar version users||default collaboration server for Sugar on a Stick, but also a development installation undergoing changes||jabber AT sugarlabs DOT org firstname.lastname@example.org http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Service/jabber|
|orcalab.net||Open to all||Various transports, located in Germanyemail@example.com|
|potter-pod.no-ip.biz||Richmond, VA. (any)|
|xmppcomm.com||Open to All||Ukrainian server. Supports jabber domain hosting||JID: firstname.lastname@example.org, E-mail: email@example.com|
|im.it-native.de||Open to All||German Server. MUC and Webinterface aviable.||JID: Arsimael@im.it-native.de|
|is-a-furry.org||Open to All||MUC and Multilingual Webinterface available.||JID: Arsimael@is-a-furry.org|
Connecting to a community jabber server
In Sugar, click on the centre icon, then My Settings, Network, and change the Server.