Prosody turned 1 today. Congratulations to the development team and everyone involved making Prosody the favorite XMPP Server for many people.
On Nov. 25th the 0.6 branch was released and brought a bunch of interesting new features
such as multi-session support in MUC, stream compression, encryption for server-to-server connections and per-host SSL/TLS certificates.
About a week later the 0.7 release seems to be just around the corner. Next to several bug-fixes it will add support for libevent, XEP-0065 (known as proxy65) and SASL SCRAM.
The Prosody team summarized the project’s history and published some graphs showing commit activity, lines of code and so on. Keep up the good work.