OneTeam Desktop beta2 is released!

OneTeam Desktop is our free/libre/opensource chat client, based on XMPP/Jabber standard. It has just been released as version beta2. It is available immediately on It has been a long time since OneTeam beta1: exactly 6 months, since it was released as beta1 the day before Christmas, on December, the 24th, 2010. During these 6 […]

OneTeam alpha3

OneTeam alpha3 has been released to our private alpha-testers. The desktop XMPP client OneTeam, made by ProcessOne, has been delivered to private alpha-testers, as version labelled “alpha3”. OneTeam comes in different flavors: Standalone, for Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows, you can launch it form the Application menu, Dock, or Start menu, like Firefox,, […]

WaveOne, a wave server and client by ProcessOne

WaveOne, the new wave server developped by ProcessOne, has been demoed at Google I/O. ProcessOne has been invited to join the Wave area in Google Developer Sandbox at Google I/O 2010 in San Francisco. Mickaël Rémond, the founder of ProcessOne, has been invited by Google in the context of the Google I/O event, to write […]

OneWeb works on Firefox mobile

After our short demonstration of what you can do when you put XMPP inside the browser, we wanted to demonstrate that it works equally well in a mobile browser. First, you should look at the video of OneWeb demonstration in our previous blog post and the video: OneWeb demonstrates the power of XMPP inside the […]

OneWeb demonstrates the power of XMPP inside the browser

We have just released an experimental extension for Firefox that adds XMPP interactions to the Mozilla browser. OneWeb Firefox extension is a good exemple of Firefox hackability and shows how XMPP integration in the browser can bring value for real-time web interactions. XMPP stands for eXtensible Messaging and Presence Protocol. The protocol is mostly known […]