getty
We are no new "network", of course we will never be added to this list, we are no own protocol, we are just a plain XMPP server.
posted by getty 4 years and 10 months ago Link

Two
That's the same with Facebook and Gtalk. Both use the XMPP protocol. They are there just to make it easier on the users who want to use those accounts in libpurple.
posted by Two 4 years and 10 months ago Link
isratine
You are correct, but GTalk was SSL disabled and Facebook Chat is both SSL disabled and has a long URL chat.facebook.com - both are, allegedly, popular servers.

If both were secured and Facebook Chat domain was facebook.com, then these two would not be listed uniquely.

I strongly suggest to use a normal XMPP server https://xmpp.net/

GTalk, CrapBook and CrapSpace are not as good.

P.S. Pidgin is buggy. Use Gajim or Psi+.
posted by isratine 4 years and 6 months ago Link
buggleme
While I did see the screen shot I believe poster would like to have DDG populated in the server domain suggestion field once xmpp texting is selected.

(different screen shot would be required)


Other [platform specific] clients of note:

Conversations, android
Xabber Dev, android
Yaxim, android

Psi+, cross platform
Pidgin, cross platform
Jitsi, as pictured in screen shot, cross platform

ChatSecure, ios or android

Each of which afaik has a domain suggestion option [for JID creation]


only mentioned are those clients capable of both OTR and appropriate secure connections to server.
posted by buggleme 3 years and 3 months ago Link