|This article relies on references to primary sources. (September 2013)|
|Initial release||May 12, 2013|
|Stable release||3.4 / March 1st 2014|
|Website||Metronome on LW.Org|
Metronome is a light-weight XMPP server written in Lua based on Prosody. It's aimed to provide advanced features and an extensive PubSub and Microblogging over XMPP support while maintaining a low resource usage footprint.
Coding of Metronome started in August 2012 due to the increasing needs to customize the Prosody codebase to suit the LW.Org IM xmpp service requirements. Initially the codebase was not meant to be released, but after the adoption by the Jappix main service, the code was opensourced and released under a dual ISC/MIT License.
Jappix (Official Service) a web-based IM Social Platform/XMPP Client, which uses Metronome as backend.
Movim (Official Pod) a distributed web-based social platform, which uses Metronome as backend.
- "Metronome IM v3.4, released.". LW.Org. March 1, 2014.
- "XEP-0060: Publish-Subscribe". XMPP Standards Foundation.
- "XEP-0277: Microblogging over XMPP". XMPP Standards Foundation.
- "LW.Org IM XMPP Public Service". LW.Org.
- "Jappix Official Service, Metronome adoption (Tweet)". Jappix.
- "Official FOSS Re-release (Tweet)". Jappix.
- Official website
- Supported server-side XEP list
- Metronome IM Project on Ohloh
- Metronome IM Project on GitHub
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