What would the simplest single-user #XMPP server that could possibly work look like?
@strypey a static binary written in go, with builtin letsencrypt support, using SQLite or BerkeleyDB for persistent storage.
@strypey there is a recipe over here: https://homebrewserver.club/configuring-a-modern-xmpp-server.html
@rra Simplest. Single-user. Prosody is not either of these. This is closer to the kind of answer I'm looking for:https://niu.moe/@Wolf480pl/102032301017148396
... but really I'm just curious about whether anyone has thought about XMPP servers in terms of simplicity and individual self-hosting.
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