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My name is Kevin Smith and I'm applying to retain my XSF membership. The template for this re-app is extracted from my application from last year, which in turn was extracted from Johannes Wagener's 2005 page so should hopefully cover all pertinent points; if it doesn't, please contact me over xmpp (kevdadrum@jabber.ex.ac.uk) and I'll ammend this page. My email's required for my app, but I'd rather people contacted me over jabber. If you must use email, my domain is kismith.co.uk, and my user part kevin.
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My name is Kevin Smith and I'm applying to retain my XSF membership. The template for this re-app is extracted from my application from last year, which in turn was extracted from Johannes Wagener's 2005 page so should hopefully cover all pertinent points; if it doesn't, please contact me over xmpp ([xmpp:kevdadrum@jabber.ex.ac.uk kevdadrum@jabber.ex.ac.uk]) and I'll ammend this page. My email's required for my app, but I'd rather people contacted me over jabber. If you must use email, my domain is kismith.co.uk, and my user part kevin.
    
==History==
 
==History==
   
I'm in my mid-twenties, currently living in Exeter, UK. Having now finished my PhD at the University of Exeter, which was a study into Simulated Annealing Techniques for Multi-Objective Optimisation, I'm now working with the University and the ai Corporation researching credit card fraud detection techniques. My BSc degree is in Computer Science (1st class honours), from the same institution. I've been an XSF member since 2005, and a council member since 2006.
 
I'm in my mid-twenties, currently living in Exeter, UK. Having now finished my PhD at the University of Exeter, which was a study into Simulated Annealing Techniques for Multi-Objective Optimisation, I'm now working with the University and the ai Corporation researching credit card fraud detection techniques. My BSc degree is in Computer Science (1st class honours), from the same institution. I've been an XSF member since 2005, and a council member since 2006.
    
==Jabber/XMPP Projects==
 
==Jabber/XMPP Projects==
   
===Code===
 
===Code===
 
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* I'm the project leader for the [http://psi-im.org/ Psi] client (Justin Karneges handed over to me when he abdicated in late 2004). Despite being one of the long-standing clients, Psi's still doing well and has recently seen updates for lots of XEPs which strengthen Jabber's position as a leading IM solution, rather than just an alternative to the other networks, such as ad-hoc commands, PEP, an experimental Jingle module etc and finally XMPP1 standards support.  
* I'm the project leader for the [[http://psi-im.org Psi]] client (Justin Karneges handed over to me when he abdicated in late 2004). Despite being one of the long-standing clients, Psi's still doing well and has recently seen updates for lots of XEPs which strengthen Jabber's position as a leading IM solution, rather than just an alternative to the other networks, such as ad-hoc commands, PEP, an experimental Jingle module etc and finally XMPP1 standards support.  
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* I use other unreleased snippets for handy tasks like alerting me when my computational simulations complete.
 
* I use other unreleased snippets for handy tasks like alerting me when my computational simulations complete.
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===Jabber documentation===
 
===Jabber documentation===
As leader of the Psi project, I've obviously contributed to the documentation at [[http://psi-im.org/wiki Psi Wiki]].
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As leader of the Psi project, I've obviously contributed to the documentation at [http://psi-im.org/wiki/ Psi Wiki].
    
===Plans for the future===
 
===Plans for the future===
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==Why I'm reapplying==
 
==Why I'm reapplying==
   
I wish to continue doing what I've been doing so far; work with the Psi client, helping define extensions, contributing to discussion of others' extensions and core protocol and continuing with my work on the XSF Council.
 
I wish to continue doing what I've been doing so far; work with the Psi client, helping define extensions, contributing to discussion of others' extensions and core protocol and continuing with my work on the XSF Council.
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