[Summit] rough agenda for XMPP Summit 12
bbeggs at enernoc.com
Wed Oct 17 20:06:57 UTC 2012
If people are interested I would love to talk about our embedded XMPP
applications and what we are doing with it.
For those of you who don't know we have about 9k "smart" energy meters
distributed all across the globe that use XMPP to report data and take
commands from our NOC. I'll have the hardware with me and could do a short
demo of some of the things we are doing with the devices as well as show
some of the applications we have built on top of all of this.
I could also talk about some of the energy XEP's that we've written and
use internally as well as some of the challenges we've faced during the
On 10/17/12 2:29 PM, "Peter Saint-Andre" <stpeter at stpeter.im> wrote:
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>Folks, here is a rough agenda for XMPP Summit 12 next week in
>Portland. Please provide feedback, let me know if you want to lead a
>discussion, speak up if you think other topics are more important, etc.
>We plan to use Google Hangouts for remote participation (hey, it's
>based on XMPP), so please make sure you can use that if you want to
>give a presentation or join in from places other than Portland. I am
>*not* planning to get A/V equipment for the room.
>(All times are local = Pacific Standard Time = UTC-08:00, note that
>daylight saving time ends on November 1 in the USA!)
>THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25
>09:00 Overview, logistics, agenda bashing
>09:10 Introductions / topics of interest
>09:30 Lightning talks: "what I'm doing with XMPP" (10-15 minutes each)
>10:45 [TBD] *
>13:00 HTTP bindings: BOSH, WebSocket, XMPP, and you
>15:15 HTTP bindings: summary and next steps
>15:30 [TBD] *
>17:00 End of Day 1
>19:00 XSF dinner, location to be determined
>FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26
>09:00 XMPP and the Internet of Things
>10:45 XMPP and IOT (continued)
>13:00 [TBD] *
>15:00 End of Day 2
>I'd really like input from folks here about the "TBD" topics. There
>are things I'd like to talk about, but I want to make sure we cover
>the topics that XMPP developers and operators think are high priorities.
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