Release Notes: This release packs many new features and a load of bugfixes. It also introduces a Semantic Versioning scheme and TLS Everywhere recommendation.
Release Notes: This is an importand security release targeted at recent discovery of a vulnerability in XMPP Server Dialback Implementations.
Release Notes: This is a major bugfix release intended to fix problems introduced in 2.2.15 with moving to Git, thus a new release procedure. It also implements an --enable-tests configure option to make building tests not mandatory. It includes documentation in source. It implements debug logging to a file.
Release Notes: This is a major feature release bringing a lot of bugfixes and new features. Notably, most of the enhancements from the Apple ChatServer fork were merged into the mainline.
Release Notes: This is a security release dealing with the “billion laughs” attack possibility discovered in many XMPP servers (CVE-2011-1755). There are also few bugfixes and enhancements included.
Release Notes: Many stability fixes, memory leak fixes, and connection handling fixes.
Release Notes: Major bugfixes in XML parsing and connection handling.
Release Notes: This release includes component clustering, many virtual hosts in one SM process, FreeBSD kqueue support, a PBX integration interface, memory usage improvements, XML serializer fixes, and 64-bit platform fixes. SQLite is a default storage backend.
Release Notes: Users can message or query their own resources. The size for the vCard image field can be set. A proper server disco#info answer is given. Support was added for /etc/hosts lookup (as a last resort). Many stability fixes were made.
Release Notes: A problem was fixed with unsupported but advertised SASL integrity protection, which prevents recent Pidgin from logging to jabberd.