@Ged
No, xmpp.org is the XMPP Standards Foundation. The Modern XMPP project is a separate initiative.

Well, as separate as can be - I'm heavily involved in the XSF as well. But the XSF is focused on matters of protocols, and it grew increasingly clear to me that we needed a less official space for collaborating on non-protocol issues such as user interfaces.

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@mattj @hund thanks. as an xmpp user, i just hope the two initiatives work together at some point for the better of the protocol and its applications.

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They are parallel things working on different layers of XMPP. There is no competition, and significant community overlap. Absolutely nothing to worry about 🙂
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@mattj thanks for understanding my worries and the positive approach : )

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