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== History ==

I have been active in the Open Source community since 1993, mainly in French Linux non-profit organisations.
In december 1998, the Erlang/OTP language and environment has been released under an Open Source licence and I have been active in this community since then ([http://www.erlang.se/euc/04/photos/ Erlang User of the Year 2004] and author of the [http://www.eyrolles.com/php.informatique/Ouvrages/ouvrage.php3?societe=remond&ouv_ean13=9782212110791 French Erlang book] published by Eyrolles).

My interest for Jabber gets back to 2000, when I was working at a company called IDEALX. I introduced Erlang as one of the main development language in this company. The company won a big project for large scale deploiement of Jabber Instant Messaging for the French Internet Service Provider LibertySurf.
The architecture was build around Jabberd with a lot of Erlang code for clustering, scalability and high-availability (See: [http://www.erlang.se/euc/01/remond_cesarini2001/sld001.htm The migration from Erlang to OTP: A case study of a heavy duty TCP/IP Client Server application] for the summary of the architecture, from an Erlang point of view).
At this time, I was in charge of the development of an XML-based EAI (Enterprise Applications Integration system) called Buster.

Since 2005, my involvement in the Jabber community increased, while founding ProcessOne, actively developing ejabberd and related components / software.

I have been involved in the XSF as a member from 2006 to 2009 and served the XSF board in 2009. I kept on working on ejabberd and other XMPP project since then, but I had to reduce my involvement in the community as I needed to focus on expanding and managing ProcessOne. However, this allowed me to gain a lot of experience on push notification service and mobile development, as an addition to server developments. I feel this experience can benefit the XSF.

== Why am I applying this year ? ==

I managed to get the company to another level and I am fortunate enough to have time to get back to XMPP related works. I am very interested by the following topic at the moment: Pubsub, MUC v2, Internet of Things, Mobile Messaging and Push Notifications.
I would like to get the change to work more closely will XSF Council and Board, as am XSF Member to use the experience I gain on other topics (Mobile, push, etc).
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