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Or, you can add a group that people are part of to see the contacts:
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Or, you can add a [http://www.eclipse.org/projects/lists.php?list=allbyproject group] that people are part of to see the contacts within that respective group:
  
 
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For a list of available groups at Eclipse, please see this [http://www.eclipse.org/projects/lists.php?list=allbyproject page].

Revision as of 13:13, 25 November 2008

The Eclipse Foundation now hosts an XMPP server (xmpp.eclipse.org) which you can use to collaborate with your fellow Eclipse committers.

Xmpp people.png

General

How do I log-in?

All you need is a committer account and access to popular XMPP clients like Adium or Pidgin.

To log-in, use your Eclipse bugzilla id and password. Note, you have to escape the '@' symbol with '\40' in most chat clients. This is because not all chat clients have implemented JEP-0106.

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How do I chat with people?

The first step with chatting with someone is to add them to your address book. You can add them manually:

Addperson.png

Or, you can add a group that people are part of to see the contacts within that respective group:

Addgroup.png

For a list of available groups at Eclipse, please see this page.