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I've been involved in the Jabber/XMPP community since November 1999. In the beginning I wrote some README and howto documents, but since 2001 I've concentrated on writing protocol specs -- mostly  [http://www.xmpp.org/extensions/ XEPs] and [http://www.xmpp.org/rfcs/ RFCs]. Over the years I've given a lot of talks about XMPP at LUGs, industry conferences, etc. I also help to run the XSF and the jabber.org/xmpp.org/xmpp.net infrastructure.  
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I've been involved in the Jabber/XMPP community since November 1999. In the beginning I wrote some README and howto documents, but since 2001 I've concentrated on writing protocol specs -- mostly  [http://xmpp.org/extensions/ XEPs] and [http://xmpp.org/rfcs/ RFCs]. Over the years I've given a lot of talks about XMPP at LUGs, industry conferences, etc. I also help to run the XSF and the jabber.org/xmpp.org/xmpp.net infrastructure.  
  
I would like to retain my membership because I am still very much committed to improving XMPP technologies and I would like to run for the [http://www.xmpp.org/council/ XMPP Council] again.
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I would like to retain my membership because I am still very much committed to improving XMPP technologies and I would like to run for the [http://xmpp.org/council/ XMPP Council] again.
  
My plans for the next 12 months include finally completing the [http://www.xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0166.html Jingle] extensions and advancing the XMPP RFCs to Draft Standard in the [http://www.ietf.org IETF]. (Well, I said that in 2007 and we still haven't finished those work items, but we're getting really close!)
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My plans for the next 12 months include finally completing the [http://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0166.html Jingle] extensions and advancing the XMPP RFCs to Draft Standard in the [http://www.ietf.org/ IETF]. (Well, I said that in 2007 and we still haven't finished those work items, but we're getting really close!)
  
 
My email address and JabberID are both stpeter@jabber.org if you have any questions about my application.
 
My email address and JabberID are both stpeter@jabber.org if you have any questions about my application.

Latest revision as of 23:06, 27 January 2010

I've been involved in the Jabber/XMPP community since November 1999. In the beginning I wrote some README and howto documents, but since 2001 I've concentrated on writing protocol specs -- mostly XEPs and RFCs. Over the years I've given a lot of talks about XMPP at LUGs, industry conferences, etc. I also help to run the XSF and the jabber.org/xmpp.org/xmpp.net infrastructure.

I would like to retain my membership because I am still very much committed to improving XMPP technologies and I would like to run for the XMPP Council again.

My plans for the next 12 months include finally completing the Jingle extensions and advancing the XMPP RFCs to Draft Standard in the IETF. (Well, I said that in 2007 and we still haven't finished those work items, but we're getting really close!)

My email address and JabberID are both stpeter@jabber.org if you have any questions about my application.