@alexcleac I've heard about:
- Prosody - written in Lua, easy to configure (I set one up for testing 4 years ago), used to be cutting edge with XEPs, used to be widespread among personal XMPP servers.
- ejabberd - written in Erlang, used to be stagnant but now it caught up and is leading the XEP development
- OpenFire - written in Java, has enterprise-y web GUI for configuring all kinds of stuff, probably heavy
- Tigase - written in Java, heavily optimized, poorly documented
@alexcleac I have no idea about their stability tho :(
@alexcleac Basically what these people listed. I tried getting Prosody to work with an onion service, still need to do that.
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