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You can [http://www.jabber.org/user/userguide/ read the user guide for using Jabber] or [https://panel.dreamhost.com/kbase/?area=2661 see the DreamHost answers to questions about Jabber].
 
You can [http://www.jabber.org/user/userguide/ read the user guide for using Jabber] or [https://panel.dreamhost.com/kbase/?area=2661 see the DreamHost answers to questions about Jabber].
  
See http://writing.teiru.net/applet for more information.
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See [http://naperwrimo.org/jabber.php this page for more information].
  
 
=== FAQ ===
 
=== FAQ ===
  
 
''Please write your questions below and I'll be glad to try to answer them.                          --NewMexicoKid''
 
''Please write your questions below and I'll be glad to try to answer them.                          --NewMexicoKid''

Latest revision as of 04:36, 23 August 2013

Jabber

Introduction

Jabber is an XML-based open standard for instant messaging. Think of it as the basis for a kind of non-proprietary instant messenger. You can find free Jabber clients to install on your computer. Why would you want to do this? Because in support of this Chicago Western Suburbs writing community, I am giving out free Jabber accounts. This should allow members of our NaNoWriMo group to chat instantly with each other in a virtual NaNo meeting when online. I am hoping that this will help everyone support each other during the difficult times in November. To get your Jabber account, please send me a NaNoMail with desired Jabber account name and password.

You can read the user guide for using Jabber or see the DreamHost answers to questions about Jabber.

See this page for more information.

FAQ

Please write your questions below and I'll be glad to try to answer them. --NewMexicoKid