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My name is Ralph Meijer ([xmpp:ralphm@ik.nu ralphm]) and I'm applying for the continuance of my XSF membership.
 
My name is Ralph Meijer ([xmpp:ralphm@ik.nu ralphm]) and I'm applying for the continuance of my XSF membership.
  
I've been an active member of the Jabber community since late 2000. I have co-authored a number of XEPs, all around publish-subscribe technologies, and contributed to many others, as well as the XMPP specifications submitted to the IETF. Futhermore I have served on the XMPP Council from 2004 through 2013 and now serve on the XMPP Board.
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I've been an active member of the Jabber community since late 2000. I have co-authored a number of XEPs, all around publish-subscribe technologies, and contributed to many others, as well as the XMPP specifications submitted to the IETF. Futhermore I have served on the XMPP Council from 2004 through 2013 and now serve on the XSF Board.
  
 
I currently work for the [http://www.mailgun.com/ Mailgun]-team at [http://www.rackspace.com/ Rackspace]. I irregularly keep a [http://ralphm.net/blog/ personal weblog].
 
I currently work for the [http://www.mailgun.com/ Mailgun]-team at [http://www.rackspace.com/ Rackspace]. I irregularly keep a [http://ralphm.net/blog/ personal weblog].

Latest revision as of 10:45, 30 June 2014

My name is Ralph Meijer (ralphm) and I'm applying for the continuance of my XSF membership.

I've been an active member of the Jabber community since late 2000. I have co-authored a number of XEPs, all around publish-subscribe technologies, and contributed to many others, as well as the XMPP specifications submitted to the IETF. Futhermore I have served on the XMPP Council from 2004 through 2013 and now serve on the XSF Board.

I currently work for the Mailgun-team at Rackspace. I irregularly keep a personal weblog.

Services

I maintain the following Jabber related services:

  • Planet Jabber - *The* aggregate blog of Jabber related blogs.
  • Mimí­r - A Jabber enabled news service / web-based news reader.

Code

My most visible contributions in terms of code are:

  • Idavoll - A (framework for building a) server-side component that implements a XEP-0060 compliant publish-subscribe service.
  • The XMPP support in the Twisted Framework, of which I am the current maintainer.
  • Wokkel - A library on top of Twisted that provides XMPP extension protocol implementations.
  • anyXMPP - A code-as-a-node XMPP Publish-Subscribe interface to anyMeta
  • ikDisplay - An aggregator of real-time event notifications for waterfall type displays (including the Twitter Streaming API) that pushes to XMPP Publish-Subscribe nodes.

Evangelism

I am a strong promoter of Jabber related technologies and have been given presentations at various conferences, mostly in Europe. Also, I've organized an Jabber/XMPP developers' room and XSF booth at FOSDEM on several occasions, among others.

Why?

I would like retain my membership to continue my work within the XSF.