Hi DCEmu Community!
I started developing a Jabber-client for the Nintendo DS. Currenty, its not very advanced, but it works. I already talked to some friends using my DS . Now my concern: What do you think about a Jabber client for the Nintendo DS? What do you guys expect from a jabber client? Im in doubt there are many jabber users out there, but if you use it: Please post your opinion!
My plans so far:
Implement the basic Jabber protocol described in RFC 3920 and 3921.
Implement some XEP's like Groupchat, VCard, File transfer and so on. (Jingle would be sooo cool, but currently far away)
Are there any XEP's you want to see in DSJabber? I hope you like the idea and visit the project's blog at: http://malax.de/dsjabber (English, dont be afraid of a .DE domain ;-))
PS: Sorry about my bad english, it isnt my native language. ;-)
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