Author: Paco Esteban <email@example.com>
Date: Wed, 24 Apr 2019 19:32:18 +0200
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-title: Self hosted XMPP server (on OpenBSD)
-# Self hosted XMPP server (on OpenBSD)
-_TODO: change pub date to match obsd release, and check for potential changes_
-Tested on OpenBSD 6.5
-Build a self-hosted messaging service is quite simple. This guide shows how to
-do it using OpenBSD as a base system and XMPP as the messaging protocol.
-The end result is an End-to-End encrypted chat system for 1:1 or multi-user
-The software used for the server is [prosody], and it's all based on
-For the clients, I've tried [Gajim] for the desktop (works for Windows,
-Linux and *BSD), [Conversations] on the phone (Android) and [profanity]
-on the terminal (works almost everywhere).
-I used to host my messaging services back in the day. People stopped using this
-for some reason, and then came all the Whatsapp and co. So all that was
-Although I never used whatsapp, on recent times I've been testing some instant
-messaging systems, but none of them were good enough. In the end, all rely on
-central systems, often owned by companies that have to make money from
-somwhere. Most of the times is you (one way or another) even if they say the
-service is free.
-XMPP is federated, just like email is. And with recent extensions like easy to
-use End-to-End encryption and http file sharing it's a viable solution for
-resilient and secure instant messaging system, that does not spy on you (no
-more than encrypted email for instance).
-## Previous steps (DNS)
-## Server install
-## Server config
-## Client(s) config examples
-Last updated: XXlastXX