Project Instant Messenger Infrastructure (PRIMI) - Summer Term 2004
DescriptionInstant messenger applications support informal and spontaneous communication between two logged in users. The aim of this project is to define and apply an open instant messaging client-server-infrastructure.
Nearly everyone who has some computer experience has used some kind of Instant Messanger like the the well known AIM(TM), ICQ(TM), MSN(TM) or Yahoo(TM) messengers and knows their strenghts and weaknesses. In this project we are going to develop an easy to use, webbased, non-commercial instant messaging infrastructure.
The infrastructure is planned to support common basic Instant Messaging functionality as well as the following special features:
Tom Gross (Supervisor)
Tareg Egla (Supervisor)
Christoph Oemig (Supervisor)