[Summit] devroom schedule update
Peter Saint-Andre (psaintan)
psaintan at cisco.com
Fri Jan 20 20:50:04 UTC 2012
OK I will put your talk in the social networking cluster once my Internet service is back up here...
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On Jan 20, 2012, at 1:47 PM, "goffi" <goffi at goffi.org> wrote:
> On 20/01/2012 19:06, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
>> Does your client have special social networking features and will you be
>> talking about that? I don't think it's an XMPP application (by which we
>> roughly mean things other than clients and servers).
> Yes it does: it manage microblogging and group microblogging (what Google call "circles"), games, and other things are planned but not made yet like events management and profiles.
> The trick is "coding" is IMHO not adapted because the talk is not about coding tricks or a library.
> As the talk is in dev room, I will put emphasis on technical stuff like the architecture, the advantages of being multi-frontends or the technologies used, but I plan to speak (quickly) about some features like group microblogging, and maybe spend some time on using XMPP as a replacement to traditional email network.
> So WebApps is not suited (there is a web frontend, but "Salut à Toi" is not only web), Applying XMPP neither (as you said, it's for things other than clients and servers), and multimedia and coding are not good neither. That's why I think Social Networking is the more adapted.
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