Matthew Miller for Council 2011

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I've been involved with the Jabber community since late 2000. I've been a member of the XSF since it's inception in 2001, and have previously served on the 2003, 2004, 2005, and 2010 XSF Councils.


My primary contribution has been as a senior engineer and architect of XMPP client libraries for Cisco, Inc. and a Professional Services Engineer for Jabber, Inc.. I also developed JSO (a low-level XMPP library for Java).

I have also been an author or co-author for numerous XEPs:

I am also working on a replacement to RFC 3923: End-to-end Object Encryption for XMPP.


My primary goals for 2011 are:

  1. To help develop and promote usable protocol(s) for end-to-end encryption.
  2. To help develop and promote options for improving message delivery across multiple resources
  3. To apply my years of experience on messaging technologies to the current generation of XSF work