Testimonials

People are talking about Prosody, we love it! Since we have no budget for marketing, if you would, help spread the word!

Here is a collection of kind words folks around the web have said. If you’d like to be added to this page, let us know.


Wow, that is easy to set up!

Mark Nottingham


[Prosody] absolutely hit the spot for development work and actually felt fun.

rrees


Prosody is a lightweight XMPP communications server that is a breeze to download and install.

John


I would recommend Prosody. It’s lightweight, easy to configure, supports SSL, and has a helpful community.

Damn Terminal


"If you want a fast, lightweight XMPP server, try Prosody.

Joe Hildebrand


Prosody [is] very lightweight and easy to install

Christopher


Just finished “upgrading” ejabberd to Prosody. Much smoother than I thought. Config is far, far simpler. I really, really <3 Prosody 😄

@ivucica


Converted my IM server from ejabberd to Prosody. Yay for human-readable logs and lower memory use!

@sud0er


Installed Prosody on my own server, really most awesome XMPP server in the wild, and that for being so new

@raudssus


Tried Prosody earlier today. Colour me impressed.

@kev


Prosody is seriously cool. You just dont get used to not having to compile the server for changes

@jcdickinson


I think Prosody is off to a great start, and is a very hackable, very XMPP strict server. No xmlns shortcut DOS problems, very solid.

@fritzy


Got my local instance of Prosody running. Light and snappy. Very happy.

@eightyeight


I’m liking Prosody

@bear


Switched to Prosody the other day. Light on resources, simple config but can still handle large deployments. Happy so far.

@nolan


I need a mailserver as easy for mail as Prosody for Jabber

@nkoehring


So far I like Prosody quite a bit: it’s a lean little server that’s very easy to install and configure, especially on Debian. […] Congrats to the Prosody team on a solid piece of software!

Peter Saint-Andre


If only more software packages were this polite and helpful 😄

Michael Fleming


Checking out http://prosody.im on my messaging server. Good work @mattj!

@eightyeight


Well moved away from ejabberd to Prosody, it has a lot of less stuff but also needs like 1% of the ejabberd’s resources

@deepspawn


Replaced #ejabberd (erlang) XMPP server by #prosody (lua) - its config is so much more KISS

@rebugger


Prosody looks way too simple to be true 😄

@xsteadfastx


Prosody is a nice XMPP server.

Christopher Webber