XMPP Summit 12
The XMPP Standards Foundation (XSF) will hold its 12th XMPP Summit on October 25 and 26 in Portland, Oregon, USA. This is the Thursday and Friday after the Keeping It Realtime Conference (krtconf).
As always, the XMPP Summit is a free event. However, space is limited to approximately 25 people. If you would like to participate in this event, please join the firstname.lastname@example.org discussion list and post with your participation request. Please note that the XMPP Summit is not designed for people who are just interested in learning about XMPP (e.g., we will not have introductory tutorials), but instead for active technical contributors in the XMPP community.
Summit agendas are worked out on the email@example.com discussion list. Please join that list to help shape the agenda.
This time we will hold one half-day session exploring the use of XMPP in the SmartGrid and Internet of Things. We might also hold a similar half-day session on another topic of interest, such as interaction between XMPP and the WebRTC work happening at the IETF and W3C.
If you would like to give a talk or a tutorial, please post to the summit list or contact Peter Saint-Andre directly.
- Dave Cridland
- Jason Frankel
- Nathan Fritz
- Ralph Meijer
- Jack Moffitt
- Eero Neuenschwander
- Dave Richards
- Peter Saint-Andre
- Michal Slaski
- Mike Taylor
- Lance Stout
- Matthew Wild
- Christopher Zorn
As usual, the XSF will hold a dinner for XSF participants. The dinner will happen on Wednesday night at a location yet to be determined. XSF members attend for free and are allowed to bring one guest. Dinner sponsors are very much welcome to help defray the costs!
This event will be held at the Marriott Portland City Center, which is also the conference hotel for krtconf. If you are attending krtconf, you might be able to obtain a reduced rate for sleeping rooms. The XSF is still working on a reduced rate for Summit attendees.