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= Google Summer of Code with the XMPP Standards Foundation 2019 =
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Weekly meeting every Monday 15:00 UTC at gsoc@muc.xmpp.org.
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== Prosody plugin installer ==
 
== Prosody plugin installer ==
  
'''Student''': João Duarte
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'''Student''': João Duarte<br>
'''Mentors''': MattJ
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'''GSoC Blog''': TODO<br>
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'''Mentors''': MattJ<br>
  
 
João lives in Portugal and usually studies Aerospace Engineering. This summer he will be developing an integration between Prosody and the LuaRocks package manager and ecosystem,allowing installation and management of third-party Prosody modules via simple commands.  
 
João lives in Portugal and usually studies Aerospace Engineering. This summer he will be developing an integration between Prosody and the LuaRocks package manager and ecosystem,allowing installation and management of third-party Prosody modules via simple commands.  
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== Poezio infinite scrolling using MAM ==
 
== Poezio infinite scrolling using MAM ==
  
'''Student''': Madhur Garg
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'''Student''': Madhur Garg<br>
'''Mentors''': pep, Link Mauve
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'''GSoC Blog''': TODO<br>
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'''Mentors''': pep, Link Mauve<br>
  
 
Madhur is a student of the International Institute of Information Technology
 
Madhur is a student of the International Institute of Information Technology
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== Jingle File Transfer ==
 
== Jingle File Transfer ==
  
''Brief explanation'': The XMPP protocol includes a signaling system to set-up peer-to-peer connections, dubbed Jingle. One usecase for Jingle is to transfer files without an intermediary. This project idea is about adding support for file transfers using Jingle, fully integrated with current Dino features.
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'''Student''': hrxi<br>
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'''GSoC Blog''': TODO<br>
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'''Mentors''': fixah, la|r|ma<br>
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hrxi will implement encrypted peer-to-peer Jingle file transfers in Dino. The encrypted connection will be set up by either one of the supported encryption protocols of Dino, OMEMO and OpenPGP. In order to achieve compatibility with web clients, it is planned to support WebRTC as a transport protocol. The implementation will be done in a way that allows building support for audio/video chat on top of it. hrxi is based in Germany, studies mathematics and computer science, and likes to write code in Rust.

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Google Summer of Code with the XMPP Standards Foundation 2019

Weekly meeting every Monday 15:00 UTC at gsoc@muc.xmpp.org.

Prosody plugin installer

Student: João Duarte
GSoC Blog: TODO
Mentors: MattJ

João lives in Portugal and usually studies Aerospace Engineering. This summer he will be developing an integration between Prosody and the LuaRocks package manager and ecosystem,allowing installation and management of third-party Prosody modules via simple commands.

Poezio infinite scrolling using MAM

Student: Madhur Garg
GSoC Blog: TODO
Mentors: pep, Link Mauve

Madhur is a student of the International Institute of Information Technology in Hyderabad, India. He likes Python and C++. Outside of programming, he likes guitar and trekking.

This summer he will be working on adding “Infinite scroll” support to poezio, the console client, using Message Archive Management (MAM, XEP-0313), as well as some other general improvements.

Jingle File Transfer

Student: hrxi
GSoC Blog: TODO
Mentors: fixah, la|r|ma

hrxi will implement encrypted peer-to-peer Jingle file transfers in Dino. The encrypted connection will be set up by either one of the supported encryption protocols of Dino, OMEMO and OpenPGP. In order to achieve compatibility with web clients, it is planned to support WebRTC as a transport protocol. The implementation will be done in a way that allows building support for audio/video chat on top of it. hrxi is based in Germany, studies mathematics and computer science, and likes to write code in Rust.