[Standards] OMEMO:2 Spec Sprint
cherenkov at riseup.net
Mon Feb 17 21:35:47 UTC 2020
Hi, Paul and everyone!
Will there be a possibility to attend remotely?
Thanks so much!
On 2/17/20 10:51 AM, Paul Schaub wrote:
> Friendly reminder to add yourself to the wiki page if you plan to
> attend the Spec Sprint. There are only 2 entries at the moment.
> Happy Hacking
> On 06.02.20 13:46, Paul Schaub wrote:
>> Hello everyone!
>> I'm pleased to announce that we have a date and location for the Spint!
>> The OMEMO Spec Sprint will be held at the weekend of the 7th and 8th of
>> march in Düsseldorf!
>> The local Chaos Dorf is kindly hosting us during that time.
>> Link to the Wiki: https://wiki.xmpp.org/web/Sprints/2020_March_Duesseldorf
>> If you plan to attend, please add your name to the list of participants
>> in the wiki!
>> Please note, that in-depth knowledge of the OMEMO protocol and/or
>> implementation experience is expected/desired.
>> Happy Hacking!
>> Am 13.01.20 um 14:06 schrieb Paul Schaub:
>>> Hi everyone!
>>> With the current discussions and plans around XEP-0384 being retired
>>> soon, some of us found it important to come up with a properly
>>> specified replacement in time.
>>> That's why there will be an OMEMO:2 Specification Sprint! \o/
>>> We are going to learn from the mistakes of the old specification and
>>> aim to create a new iteration which hopefully fixes a lot of little
>>> issues and addresses the concerns raised by its predecessor. Our
>>> primary goal is obviously to break the hard dependency on libsignal to
>>> allow for implementors to use permissively licensed libraries.
>>> If you like to attend, you should have a pretty good understanding of
>>> OMEMO in its current form*.
>>> We are targeting some weekend in the end of February for the Sprint
>>> which will probably take place in Düsseldorf, Germany. More precise
>>> details and a Wiki page will follow once we have a venue.
>>> If you are interested, please let us know by replying to this mail.
>>> Happy Hacking!
>>> *: XEP-0384 and how it's implemented in the wild.
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