XMPP Summit 18
The XMPP Standards Foundation (XSF) will hold its 18th XMPP Summit on October 9-10, just after &yetConf (formerly RealtimeConf), in Richland, Washington, USA.
If you want to participate in Summit 18, please join the firstname.lastname@example.org discussion list and post with your participation request or ideas for Summit topics.
Possible topics (please augment as desired):
- MUC2 design session
- MAM & Carbons
- Push XEP
- Work through XEP issues and PRs https://github.com/xsf/xeps
The following people plan to be there in person. The list MUST be kept sorted (on last name, ascending).
|Given name||Family name||Nickname||Hotel check in - out||comments|
The following people plan to participate remotely some or all of the time:
|Given name||Family name||Nickname||comments|
As usual, the XSF will likely hold a dinner for XSF participants in conjunction with the Summit. Given the small summit, this will be informal. XSF members attend for free and are allowed to bring one guest.
&yet offices, 110 Gage Blvd., Richland, WA 99352 USA
The following organizations and individuals stepped up to sponsor the dinner:
- (Sponsor): $(Amount)
To sponsor future XSF dinners, please contact any member of the XSF Board! No donation too small (or too large)!
The Summit will again be held at the &yet offices at 110 Gage Blvd 100, Richland, WA 99352.
Fri 2015-10-09 08:00 - 16:00 PDT / 15:00 - 23:00 UTC
Sat 2015-10-10 08:00 - 14:00 PDT / 15:00 - 21:00 UTC
The designated hotel is Red Lion Hanford House hotel.
Audio / Video: https://talky.io/xsf-summit
Realtime editing: https://pad.riseup.net/p/GM4sf0GtGuca
GPG key signing
During the summit there will be the possibility to sign each others GPG keys. If you want to have your keys signed, please take along:
- Key printouts with the following:
- your first name and last name
- the e-mail addresses and other id's you would like to have signed
- the key-id and encryption method (eg: 4096R/1A2B3C4D)
- key fingerprint (visible with: gpg -v --fingerprint 1A2B3C4D)
- Some official ID with photo (e.g. Passport or drivers license)
Prepared like this, it should not take more then 15 minutes to cross-sign the keys of everybody who is interested. More info can be found at: Debian Wiki on Keysigning. Some handy scripts for making mass-signing more easy can be found in the Signing party Debian package.
Here are the people who plan to participate in key signing:
- Peter Saint-Andre
- Sam Whited