[Standards] XMPP IoT SIG - Call for Participation

Florian Schmaus flo at geekplace.eu
Mon Dec 12 20:22:58 UTC 2016

Hello everyone,

Rikard and I would like to start the second phase of the IoT SIG and
invite you to participate in the IoT SIG, in order to shape the
technical aspects of the IoT XMPP extensions protocols. Every party
interested in XMPP in the Internet of Things is welcomed. The rough
road-map is to collect IoT use cases and how they could be solved using
XMPP in the first 2-3 meetings. After those virtual meetings, everyone
is invited to meet face-to-face at the XMPP Standards Foundation 21th
Summit, which will take place on the 2. and 3. February 2017 in
Brussels, Belgium [1]. The Summit is right before FOSDEM 2017 [2] and a
great opportunity to discuss how the existing IoT XEPs should evolve.
Rikard and I looking forward to see you there. :)

The regular IoT SIG meetings will take place every 14 days using Jitsi
Meet. I'd like to see if we can schedule a first meeting before
Christmas. Please use the following Doodle pool if you are interested:
http://doodle.com/poll/y5d6h62y68gp3yf4. Note that we will close the
poll by the end of the week. If you can't make it before Christmas, then
don't worry: The next meeting will be in the second week of 2017
(2017-01-09 - 2017-01-13). Please use the following doodle in for this
time-frame: http://doodle.com/poll/b58st8u5yw3ipges.

In order to prepare to the meeting, please try to answer the following

- What are the IoT use cases you want to solve with XMPP?
- What are the strengths of XMPP wrt. IoT?
- What are the weaknesses of XMPP wrt. IoT?
- How could the weaknesses be mitigated?
- How fit the existing IoT XEPs into this picture?


1: https://wiki.xmpp.org/web/Summit_21
2: https://fosdem.org/2017/

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