XMPP Summit 18
The XMPP Standards Foundation (XSF) will hold its 18th XMPP Summit on October 9-10, just after &yetConf (formerly RealtimeConf), in Richland, Washington, The United States of America.
If you want to participate in Summit 18, please join the firstname.lastname@example.org discussion list and post with your participation request or ideas for Summit topics.
Possible topics (please augment as desired):
The following people plan to be there in person. The list MUST be kept sorted (on last name, ascending).
|Given name||Family name||Nickname||Hotel check in - out||comments|
The following people plan to participate remotely some or all of the time:
- (Your name here)
As usual, the XSF will likely hold a dinner for XSF participants in conjunction with the Summit. Time and venue TBD. XSF members attend for free and are allowed to bring one guest.
The following organizations and individuals stepped up to sponsor the dinner:
- (Sponsor): $(Amount)
To sponsor future XSF dinners, please contact any member of the XSF Board! No donation too small (or too large)!
The Summit will again be held at the &yet offices in Richland, WA.
Address: 110 Gage Blvd 100, Richland, WA 99352
The designated hotel is Hanford House hotel.
We will use the email@example.com chatroom for coordination and Google Hangouts with a YouTube broadcast for sharing audio and video.
GPG key signing
During the summit there will be the possibility to sign each others GPG keys. If you want to have your keys signed, please take along:
- Key printouts with the following:
- your first name and last name
- the e-mail addresses and other id's you would like to have signed
- the key-id and encryption method (eg: 4096R/1A2B3C4D)
- key fingerprint (visible with: gpg -v --fingerprint 1A2B3C4D)
- Some official ID with photo (e.g. Passport or drivers license)
Prepared like this, it should not take more then 15 minutes to cross-sign the keys of everybody who is interested. More info can be found at: Debian Wiki on Keysigning. Some handy scripts for making mass-signing more easy can be found in the Signing party Debian package.
Here are the people who plan to participate in key signing:
- Ralph Meijer