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My name is Ralph Meijer (ralphm) and I'm applying for the continuance of my JSF membership.
My name is Ralph Meijer ([xmpp:ralphm@ik.nu ralphm]) and I'm applying for the continuance of my JSF membership.


== History ==
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Not all of my Jabber related code is (currently) publicly available. However, some of the code created for my experiments mentioned above is available in the [http://ralphm.net/downloads download section] of my site. Furthermore, I'm the author of the following projects, of which the code has been released under a BSD (-like) license:
Not all of my Jabber related code is (currently) publicly available. However, some of the code created for my experiments mentioned above is available in the [http://ralphm.net/downloads download section] of my site. Furthermore, I'm the author of the following projects, of which the code has been released under a BSD (-like) license:


* [http://idavoll.jabberstudio.org Idavoll] - A (framework for building a) server-side component that implements a JEP-0060 compliant publish-subscribe service.
* [http://idavoll.ik.nu/ Idavoll] - A (framework for building a) server-side component that implements a JEP-0060 compliant publish-subscribe service.
* [http://tune.jabberstudio.org Tune] - A small client that publishes the currently playing song in Rhythmbox using [http://www.jabber.org/jeps/jep-0118.html JEP-0118] User Tune.
* [http://tune.jabberstudio.org Tune] - A small client that publishes the currently playing song in Rhythmbox using [http://www.jabber.org/jeps/jep-0118.html JEP-0118] User Tune.


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