Intelligent Instant Messaging: Collaborate Productively
I’m glad to tell you that JetBrains and Jive Software have partnered to launch the free hosted service to help IntelliJ IDEA users to take advantage of the IntelliJ IDEA built-in collaboration feature, that lets you see the presence of co-workers, send code-pointers, view one another’s source files, etc.
Just select intellijoin.org server while registering your “new Jabber account” from inside IntelliJ IDEA IDETalk and you’ll get a new account on the Intellijoin Wildfire server. This will allow you to collaborate with anyone on the federated XMPP network (including Gmail contacts).
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