jabber is an Internet messaging service. NETS runs a
jabber server on a virtual machine named jabber.nets.ucar.edu, described on the NETS Jabber server
Wiki page. The jabber server software is described on the NETS ejabberd Wiki page. For how to use IM
clients, see the NETS IM Client Configuration Wiki page.
A supercomputer on the UCB campus.
A programming language used for writing applications (applets) for distribution on the Internet. Sun
Microsystems wrote Java, and maintains the Java home page.
Joint Bitonal Image Group
Jefferson County Airport, 10800 West 120th, Broomfield, CO 80303 (site that houses RAF)
Joint Engineering Team, a group that meets at Internet2 Joint Techs conferences to discuss large-picture topics,
even larger than Internet2. For an invitation to attend, send an email to Paul
Joint International Climate Projects/Planning Office
JIRA is a software bug tracking product developed by Atlassian. "JIRA" is a truncation of
"Gojira", the Japanese name for Godzilla. UCAR uses JIRA to track bugs various software projects. UCAR staff with a UCAS account can log in to
the UCAR JIRA server.
JOWPing is a Java applet that does one-way ping tests using the OWAMP protocol. It can be accessed from the perfSONAR webpage. Because it tends to be run behind the UCAR firewall, JOWPing is less useful than
running owping on perfsonar.ucar.edu. See the JOWPing section of the
NETS perfsonar notes.
Journal Storage. A nonprofit group that makes archives of journals available on the Internet. Only journal issues older than 5 years are
stored. As of May 2004, JSTOR is considering becoming an FRGP member. See http://www.jstor.org/