[Summit] devroom speakers take note!!!
goffi at goffi.org
Mon Jan 16 22:50:48 UTC 2012
Le Dimanche 15 Janvier 2012 12:38:34 Peter Saint-Andre a écrit :
> - Personal Name *and* Family Name ("goffi" and "dodo" are not enough!)
> - Short Bio (what software projects you've worked on, etc.)
Developer and traveller, I have worked on many more or less small
projects (Saitek P2500 kernel driver, lm, mkvconvert, gcp, etc), but
"Salut à Toi" is definitely my most important project.
Politically engaged, I'm mainly developing the "Salut à Toi" project to
have a libre, decentralised and privacy-friendly way to communicate.
I'm currently working at Substantiel in Paris, a society developing
"Ordissimo", an easy to use computer based on Debian and EFL.
> - Talk Title (I've created some of these, please check)
[Please see my other email about this]
Salut à Toi: a multi-frontend, multi-purpose XMPP client
> - Talk Abstract (one line only)
Architecture and use cases of Salut à Toi, a XMPP client with multi
frontends (console ncurses-like, command line interface, desktop, web)
> - Talk Description (slightly longer description)
This talk aims to briefly present the Salut à Toi project and its goals.
Salut à Toi is a XMPP client which focus on the whole XMPP stuff, not
only instant messaging, and where many frontends use a common backend.
The following points will be covered:
- global overview of the project
- why a multi-frontends client ?
- the architecture/technologies used
- quick presentation of some features
- XMPP as a replacement of traditional e-mail network
> - Image (128x128, preferrably PNG)
image attached (it's the CC By-Sa Logo).
> - Link (blog, website, etc.)
blog: http://www.goffi.org (mainly french, sometimes english)
website: http://wiki.goffi.org/wiki/Sat (french + english)
> Many thanks for your help with this -- if you don't provide the
> information, we need to create it for you and that takes time!
Many thanks for the organisation :)
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