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I had already applied in [[Nicolas Vérité Application 2007|2007]] and [[Nicolas Vérité Application 2008|2008]].
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I had already applied in [[Nicolas Vérité Application 2007|2007]] and [[Nicolas Vérité Application 2008|2008]].
  
Reach me at xmpp:nverite@process-one.net or xmpp:nyco@jabber.fr
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Reach me at [xmpp:nverite@process-one.net nverite@process-one.net] or [xmpp:nyco@jabber.fr nyco@jabber.fr]
  
 
== History ==
 
== History ==
 
 
I popped up in 1974 (then have grown a bit), then discovered computers in 1984, then discovered the internet and free/opensource software in 1996, then "Jabber" a bit later (don't know when exactly), then I got involved in community stuff, then got employed at ProcessOne, that's where I am now... ;-)
 
I popped up in 1974 (then have grown a bit), then discovered computers in 1984, then discovered the internet and free/opensource software in 1996, then "Jabber" a bit later (don't know when exactly), then I got involved in community stuff, then got employed at ProcessOne, that's where I am now... ;-)
  
 
== XMPP Projects ==
 
== XMPP Projects ==
 
 
Although I've never coded XMPP stuff, I've contributed to [http://JabberFR.org JabberFR.org] and Wikipedia, edited a few [http://blog.xmpp.org/ XMPP Roundups], [http://nyco.wordpress.com/ blogged] and [http://identi.ca/nyco micro]-[http://twitter.com/nyconyco blogged] mostly in french, wrote a few articles for [http://linuxfr.org LinuxFr.org] (I aslo happen to be president of this association), and also [[Presentations|gave a few talks]] everywhere I could, promoting XMPP of course (but also free/opensource software, open standards, and innovative possibilities of XMPP applications). Besides I do now XMPP fulltime, working on XMPP-related projects for my company.
 
Although I've never coded XMPP stuff, I've contributed to [http://JabberFR.org JabberFR.org] and Wikipedia, edited a few [http://blog.xmpp.org/ XMPP Roundups], [http://nyco.wordpress.com/ blogged] and [http://identi.ca/nyco micro]-[http://twitter.com/nyconyco blogged] mostly in french, wrote a few articles for [http://linuxfr.org LinuxFr.org] (I aslo happen to be president of this association), and also [[Presentations|gave a few talks]] everywhere I could, promoting XMPP of course (but also free/opensource software, open standards, and innovative possibilities of XMPP applications). Besides I do now XMPP fulltime, working on XMPP-related projects for my company.
  
 
== Why I like XMPP ==
 
== Why I like XMPP ==
 
 
Because it's an open standard, modern protocol, worldwide-open network, that opens wide the door of the universe of possilites (where a few usual answers get limited).
 
Because it's an open standard, modern protocol, worldwide-open network, that opens wide the door of the universe of possilites (where a few usual answers get limited).
  
 
== Why I'm re-applying ==
 
== Why I'm re-applying ==
 
 
I have more time and knowledge to promote and contribute to XMPP-related projects, especially the Roundups and some reviewing of XEP.
 
I have more time and knowledge to promote and contribute to XMPP-related projects, especially the Roundups and some reviewing of XEP.

Latest revision as of 19:44, 24 July 2010

I had already applied in 2007 and 2008.

Reach me at nverite@process-one.net or nyco@jabber.fr

History

I popped up in 1974 (then have grown a bit), then discovered computers in 1984, then discovered the internet and free/opensource software in 1996, then "Jabber" a bit later (don't know when exactly), then I got involved in community stuff, then got employed at ProcessOne, that's where I am now... ;-)

XMPP Projects

Although I've never coded XMPP stuff, I've contributed to JabberFR.org and Wikipedia, edited a few XMPP Roundups, blogged and micro-blogged mostly in french, wrote a few articles for LinuxFr.org (I aslo happen to be president of this association), and also gave a few talks everywhere I could, promoting XMPP of course (but also free/opensource software, open standards, and innovative possibilities of XMPP applications). Besides I do now XMPP fulltime, working on XMPP-related projects for my company.

Why I like XMPP

Because it's an open standard, modern protocol, worldwide-open network, that opens wide the door of the universe of possilites (where a few usual answers get limited).

Why I'm re-applying

I have more time and knowledge to promote and contribute to XMPP-related projects, especially the Roundups and some reviewing of XEP.