What is Idavoll?
This site uses trac, which lets you:
- browse the code repository.
- browse tickets for outstanding bugs and feature requests.
- file a new ticket.
For more information, see the TracGuide.
The most current release is 0.9.1, available via the downloads section and via PyPI using:
Your input is much appreciated. The Twisted Jabber mailing list is home to user questions, announcements and development discussions.
The main Mercurial repository is available at http://hg.ik.nu/idavoll. Quick checkout:
hg clone http://hg.ik.nu/idavoll
The old Subversion repository (https://svn.ik.nu/idavoll/) is current up till the 0.9.1 release, and is no longer updated.
- HTTP Interface into Idavoll. This is the documentation of an interface for publishing to local nodes and subscribing to remote nodes using HTTP.
Idavoll lends its name from norse mythology:
In the middle of Asgard lies the emerald-green grassyplain known as Idavoll, where the Æsir meet to decide upon important matters. Its literal translation: Plain of Activity or Field of Deeds. The plain is surrounded by the 13 halls of the Æsir gods and in the middle of it grows a large ash with the name Yggdrasil. Many floods spring from the roots of Yggdrasil and one of them is called Mimir's well.