[Adium-devl] XMPP encryption
timber at lava.net
Thu Aug 14 22:56:07 UTC 2008
I'm assuming you're doing a substring, right, as it seems like Adium
adds a random string afterwards (e.g. AdiumD6B03601)
But still, this is awesome news -- >5% of total users considering Mac
market share is good!
On Aug 14, 2008, at 3:48 PM, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
> We are refining the tests to be more accurate. As I said, all we did
> was look at the XMPP "resource". Some clients hardcode this to the
> name of the software (e.g., <user at jabber.org/Adium>) whereas other
> clients enable the user to change it (e.g., <user at jabber.org/
> FooBar>). So the numbers are probably not reliable right now.
> However, at the time we took the snapshot today there were 10,748
> connected users, so Adium users were at least 5% of the users -- and
> I'd think more than that.
> I'll report back when we have more accurate statistics.
> Colin Barrett wrote:
>> Are you guys giving out more information about those usage
>> statistics? It would be interesting to know, for example, what
>> percentage of the total population we were.
>> Privacy is understandably a concern, and if you don't want to
>> release that information, that's cool :)
>> On Aug 14, 2008, at 3:34 PM, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
>>> Today we ran a snapshot of statistics at the jabber.org IM
>>> service. This was a simple scan of connected clients based on the
>>> XMPP resource identifier (not fancier service discovery
>>> lookups). However, I'm happy to note that of the 547 active
>>> sessions with a resource of "Adium", 100% had connections
>>> encrypted via old-style SSL or new-style TLS.
>>> As a result, Adium users will be well-prepared for this:
>>> Thanks to the Adium team for supporting XMPP encryption!
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