[Twisted-Python] twisted to the iphone rescue ?
mikeal at osafoundation.org
Sun Jul 8 14:27:43 EDT 2007
I'm working on a multi-protocol IM web interface for iPhone using
I'm sure it'll be a few months until I'm finished.
On Jun 30, 2007, at 9:09 PM, Jonathan Vanasco wrote:
> I just got an iPhone, and like many other tech people, I'm pissed:
> a_ There's no terminal/shell - i think they wanted to lock-down the
> b_ There's no Chat feature - they wanted to push people into an
> overpriced AT&T scheme
> Some people have been doing workarounds:
> re: http://arstechnica.com/journals/apple.ars/2007/06/25/aim-and-
> web-based aim proxy
> think twisted-words
> web-based ssh proxy over https
> And I heard of a few more in the pipes.
> Is anyone working on stuff like this using Twisted though?
> For a seasoned Twisted programmer, this should be pretty simple...
> I've done most of the features of both in other apps based on
> twisted , which seems to support both feature sets really really well.
> Just wondering/hoping that someone here is planning on releasing
> some standalone stuff that people can download and run on their
> servers ( ssh for security , chatting for aim/icq/jabber not
> throttling any one ip - which is happening right now )
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