[Members] Ivan Martinez's introduction

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at stpeter.im
Wed Sep 28 18:09:20 UTC 2011

Hi Ivan,

Thanks for joining us.

If you're interested in defining gaming protocols, probably the best 
place for discussion is the standards at xmpp.org list. There are some 
existing applications out there for sure. There are even relevant 
extensions, but most of them are in the Deferred state or in the inbox. 
See for instance:



On 9/11/11 10:19 AM, Ivan Martinez wrote:
> Thank you all for accepting me in the XSF and congratulations to all the
> other candidates. Feel free to check my LinkedIn profile and send me a
> connection request:
> http://www.linkedin.com/in/ivanmr
> More info about me in my application:
> http://wiki.xmpp.org/web/Ivan_Martinez_Application_2011
> As I wrote in my application my purpose is to use XMPP as a
> communication protocol for social applications, starting with turn-based
> games. I would like to participate in the definition of best practices
> where the protocol already serves this purpose, or the elaboration of
> extensions where it doesn't. Is there anyone with the same or similar
> interest?. What should I do next?.
> Cheers,
> Ivan
> On Wed, 7 Sep 2011 13:51:13 +0200, Alexander Gnauck wrote:
>> Hello,
>> the voting results and meeting agenda is here:
>> http://xmpp.org/about-xmpp/xsf/meeting-minutes/xsf-member-meeting-2011-09-06
>> all new and returning members were accepted.
>> Welcome to all new members. Feel free to introduce yourself to the
>> list and volunteer for one of our teams
>> * technical
>> * review
>> * communications
>> * infrastructure (I think this team is full)
>> you can find some info on the XSF teams here:
>> http://xmpp.org/participate/become-a-member/#work
>> I will update the memberlist as soon as possible.
>> Another year elapsed, and we need to elect the board and council
>> members. I will also create a page for this on the wiki as soon as
>> possible.
>> Thanks,
>> Alex

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