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[liberationtech] Fwd: [jitsi-users] New XMPP Server

John Perry wx5jp at
Sun Jul 28 05:21:54 PDT 2013

On 7/28/2013 6:44 AM, Bernard Tyers - ei8fdb wrote:
> For those interested, these two forwarded mails mention two
> separate "secure" Jabber servers with "no-logging". I cannot vouch
> for the validity of them.
> IMO, any alternative to running the now closed (as in no non-GTalk
> users can talk directly) Google Talk service.
> regards, Bernard
> Begin forwarded message:
>> From: John Perry <lists at> Date: 28 July 2013 09:21:23
>> GMT+01:00 To: Jitsi Users <users at> Subject: Re:
>> [jitsi-users] New XMPP Server Reply-To: Jitsi Users
>> <users at>
>> On 7/27/2013 5:44 PM, Anthony Papillion wrote:
>>> I know that Emil has stated that the server is an 
>>> experimental one and, with the developed focused on making the 
>>> Jisti software even more kick butt, it's probably a bit hard
>>> for them to constantly troubleshoot server and config problems
>>> with the service.
>>> So I've set up a similar service at and invite 
>>> anyone interested to use it. We support voice, video, and IM
>>> and run a Jingle node. We are also completely unlogged (even
>>> the web server).
>>> Just putting it out there to anyone who's interested. Not
>>> trying to poach users from the service. Hopefully, this
>>> will give Emil and the team a little breathing room.
>>> Best Regards, Anthony Papilloon
>> I don't want to steal any of Anthony's thunder but I also have a 
>> server located at xmpp:// that has no logging and 
>> pretty much does what Anthony's does and is open to anyone that
>> want's to use it.
>> - -- John Perry

I want to clarify the "secure" part of my server. It is "secure" in
the regard that it is my own server that I have physical access to
(it's in my house). It doesn't have any logging turned on and I have
no intention of turning it on. Anyone is welcome to use it that cares
to. As far as my trustworthiness goes you are welcome to Google and to see the history of my domain and my
participation in privacy and security issues.

John Perry

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