[standards-jig] Candidate Position Papers - 2002
piers at ompa.net
Mon Jul 22 17:28:00 CDT 2002
Well as a Nominee - here goes:
1) Who are you?
A New Zealander, currently living and woring in the UK, as a Technical
Architect for a Bureau to the Film Studios of Europe ( Deluxe Video
Services ). We run the financial, and logistics systems for the likes
of Fox, and Universal etc.
2) Work history.
Primarily my career thus far revolves arround SAP consulting (12+
years), helping customers implement, and integrate SAP into there
3) Area of contribution to Jabber.
(a) JEP 0024
(b) Perl modules Jabber::JAX::Component/Client
(c) C++ pubsub-component
Links to all can be found at http://www.piersharding.com
Currently working on a modperl for jabberd 1.5
My primary concern/objective for Jabber is to keep it firmly in the Open
Source arena, and encourage modifications to the protocol that are in
keeping with the original goals of Jabber, of simplicity and flexibility.
On Fri, Jul 19, 2002 at 06:14:17PM -0500, Ryan Eatmon wrote:
> Hello again,
> Now that we have our 14 nominees for the Council, it is time for each
> of them to produce a position paper. The purpose of the position paper
> is so that you can get to know them better, know where they stand on
> issues, and find out what is important to them in terms of Jabber.
> Position papers are due to the members mailing list by next Thursday
> midnight. (I know this is off schedule, but I got busy at home and work
> and did not get this out yesterday.)
> Feel free to put anything you want into the position paper so that
> everyone can get to know you better and where you stand. Answer the
> typical questions:
> 1) Who are you?
> 2) Work history.
> 3) Area of contribution to Jabber.
> 4) etc..
> Also offer some opinions on some relevant topics that are going on in
> the JSF. Pub/Sub, Feature Negotiation/Browse/Disco, Security, etc...
> Finally, everyone has a dream for Jabber. As a council person what do
> you want to see happen during the 2002-2003 term?
> One last note... I want the papers to be well done and impactful, but
> don't make them into dissertations. Say enough to get your point
> across, link to web sites or other documents to flush out a topic, but
> please give enough information that we will still know what you are
> talking about. =)
> I can't wait to read everyone's papers!
> For reference, the Debian Project Leader Elections (which we are
> trying to loosely base this off of) has their process for this year
> available online:
> Under the Nominations section is a platform paper for each nominee. You
> can get an idea of where we would like to see the Council elections go
> to. Although again, no dissertaions and 15 page position papers.
> Ryan Eatmon reatmon at ti.com
> High Performance Analog EDA Core Team
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