Ralph Meijer for Council 2009
Me and Jabber
I've been active in the Jabber community since late 2000, and my involvement with, and contributions to, the community and the XSF in particular, has increased over time as witnessed by my recent XSF Membership Application. Current focuses include working on the XMPP support in the Twisted networking framework, Wokkel, and a Jabber server based on that, along with my ongoing efforts to federate social networks using XMPP at Mediamatic Lab.
Ninth Council Priorities
- Finish follow-up versions for the XMPP Core and XMPP IM RFCs.
- Finish the Jingle file-transfer.
- Get e2e encryption out there.
- Define best-practice documents and optionally new specifications to use XMPP next to HTTP in traditionally web-only applications.
I believe I can continue contributing productively in reviewing and progressing Jabber by offering my expertises to the XMPP Council for a sixth term.