go-xmpp - Native Go XMPP library

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Fluux XMPP is a Go XMPP library, focusing on simplicity, simple automation, and IoT. The library is designed to have minimal dependencies. For now, the library does not depends on any other library.

https://github.com/FluuxIO/go-xmpp

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