I'd suggest to use our Hackerspaces as the XMPP /resource, so that people not yet deeply involved in the scene know who is participating in which hackerspace? Started doing so. What do you think? --Kwisatz 17:11, 5 January 2009 (CET)
Are passwords synchronized between the wiki and the jabber server?
I changed the password for wiki access, and attempted to use the same password for jabber. However, the jabber server responds with an authentication failure. --housetier 13:28, 23 December 2009 (UTC)
First of all, sorry for the late reply. For everyone: Nope, there is no synchronization done there! Your jabber pass has nothing to do with the one for the wiki, or those for blog, mailing lists, etc.! -- astera, Feb. 07th, 2010
Thank you for the tip, if our entry DFW Makers Club does not update, now we know that it might be the caching. i thought i was doing something wrong, but now i can at least clear the cache. - Sarjil 01/20/2013
This doesn't seem like a great place to ask this, but I couldn't find a better place. Is there much in the way of on-wiki discussion? It seems from what's on the page currently that if I want to discuss what's going on on this wiki in a productive way, or ask a question about how to accomplish something, I have to download and learn new software and create a new account to do so. Wikipedia (for example) has virtually all of its discussion on-wiki, and it's pretty well organized and easy to browse and participate in with the account and skills you already have. I don't see any of that here—do we/can we have that? – PointyOintment 05:35, 10 November 2017 (UTC)
jabber/XMPP TLS certificate fingerprint
Could the authoritative jabber.hackerspaces.org XMPP service certificate fingerprint and change date be posted automatically somewhere to allow me to verify the periodically changing Let's Encrypt certificate?
Current (from Gajim):
Validity: Issued on: 20180127102340Z Expires on: 20180427102340Z Fingerprint SHA1 Fingerprint: 19:75:E3:8C:EE:FF:36:CA:E0:11:8F:3F:40:88:6F:8A:01:86:EB:D9