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==Overview==
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The Jabber Software Foundation (JSF) will hold its second XMPP interoperability
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testing event and devcon on Monday, February 26, 2007 in Brussels, Belgium. This is the Monday after [[FOSDEM 2007]]. All interested developers of XMPP servers, clients, and code libraries are welcome to attend.
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==Testing Focus==
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The focus for this event will still be core XMPP compliance, including the modifications in rfc3920bis and rfc3921bis. This will help us complete the RFC changes.
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==Discussion Topics==
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During the interop testing day we will have time to discuss a variety of topics that need to be worked on in the XMPP world. The plan is to have some preliminary discussions over the weekend during FOSDEM and then focus on a few high-priority topics to discuss on Monday. Here are some potential topics to discuss:
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* Clarifications to rfc3920bis -- especially dialback and SASL EXTERNAL
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* Personal Eventing via Pubsub (PEP)
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* End-to-end encryption
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* Jingle
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* Spim prevention
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* Set up of online testing environment
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* Simultaneous XML editing (for whiteboarding etc.)
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* Intermediate Certification Authority (ICA)
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==Logistics==
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The meeting will be held at the [http://www.atlas-hotel.be/ Atlas Hotel] at Rue du Vieux Marché aux Grains 30 in Brussels. We have reserved a block of rooms at the hotel but it is downtown so other options (youth hostels etc.) are conveniently located nearby. If you reserve a room at the Atlas Hotel, please specify "XMPP conference on 26 Feb" in the comments so you get the right room rate.
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Here is the rate:
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Single room: weekend price : 75 euros, week price : 114 euros
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Double room: weekend price: 85 euros, week price : 129 euros
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Breakfeast and taxes included.
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==Attendees==
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Add your name here if you plan to attend!
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* Peter Saint-Andre (XSF)
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* Remko Tronçon (Psi)
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* Matt Tucker (Jive Software)  -- tentative
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* Gaston Dombiak (Jive Software) -- tentative
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* Alexander Gnauck (AG-Software)
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* Kevin Smtih (Psi)
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* Ben Turner (Siemens) -- tentative
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* Artur Hefczyc (Tigase)
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* Tomasz Sterna (Xiaoka)
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* Mickaël Rémond (Process-one)
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==Past Events==
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The first interop event was held in July 2006. For details, see [[Interop Event 2006]].
 
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