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Next to a server, I also want to host an XMPP client.

Client features

It must support the basic features:

  • Show my roster and the presence information of my contacts.
  • Allow receiving and sending text messages.

And it should support:

  • Allow setting my status and client priority.

Administration features

  • It should offer some kind of logging (failed login attempts, errors, …).
  • It should be possible to restrict usage with a whitelist per host and JID, e.g.:
    1. allow login from everyone on @example.com, and
    2. allow login from bob@example.net.

A web interface is not required, I’m fine with configuring it via SSH.

Formal requirements

  • Must be FLOSS.
  • Must be a self-hosted web app.
  • Must run natively on a GNU/Linux server.
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You can have a look at Libervia, which is the web interface of Salut à Toi.

I think it's pretty much what you are looking for. It's AGPL v3+, very actively developed, and has "social" features like (micro)blogging. I'm working on it, and you can ask us if you need a feature.

There are also Jappix and Movim which are other XMPP/Web projects.

  • Great start, thank you. If you want to improve your answer (→ edit), you could point out if and how Libervia matches the desired features (e.g., for the admin: if a whitelist can be used, and if there is a log; and for the client: if it allows users to set the priority; etc.). – unor Sep 29 '15 at 15:54
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SparkWeb:

SparkWeb is an Open Source, web-based IM client optimized for businesses and organizations. It features built-in support for group chat and strong security. It also offers a great end-user experience with features like group chat room bookmarks, and tabbed conversations.

You can try a live demo from here.

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