[Members] Thoughts on the US XMPP Summit

Mickaël Rémond mremond at process-one.net
Thu Aug 6 15:20:13 UTC 2015


Hello,

On 4 Jun 2015, at 16:18, Dave Cridland wrote:

> The Board seems to have decided to co-locate the US Summit with 
> RealTime
> Conf. It's been decided to co-locate on the basis that co-locating 
> draws
> people to the Summit. I agree with the reasoning; we co-locate with 
> FOSDEM
> because FOSDEM draws thousands of developers from across Europe, being 
> the
> largest free conference I'm aware of. There's no parallel in the US, 
> which
> is a shame - it'd be an obvious place to work.
>
> Now, I happen to think Realtime Conf is pretty awesome. I made the 
> last
> two, and thoroughly enjoyed them.

I have on question on the plan for the US XMPP submit.

I was considering making the trip to Portland on the assumption I could 
both participate to the summit and get some work done and participate to 
the Realtime Conf.

However, I am a bit confused now because of this page: 
http://realtimeconf.com
I have no idea what an &yetConf would cover. The form to request a 
ticket talk about being philosopher, health science, dream, leadership.
I am not sure then I am in the target of the conference.

Anyway, straight to my pretty basic question: Is the US XMPP Summit now 
co-located with the &yetConf ?
What is the plan ?
I am open to come but as this is a long trip, I would like to be sure 
this will be worth it in term of meeting / gathering and ability to get 
XMPP spec work done :)

Thanks !

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Mickaël Rémond
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