[Summit] Session Mobility using XMPP...yet another extremely late devroom proposal

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at stpeter.im
Tue Jan 15 18:21:48 UTC 2013

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Ack. I'm working with bear today to sketch out the devroom schedule.
We'll send out an update tonight or early tomorrow.

On 1/10/13 1:46 AM, István Koren wrote:
> Hi there, sorry for being well too late for the deadline but I hope
> just in time for putting it on the list: Here is a devroom talk
> proposal about Session Mobility using XMPP.
> I was encouraged to post this by my colleague Dominik Renzel who
> told me about the positive feedback of his talk last year.
> Thanks, István
> - - Name of the presenter(s): István Koren - - Short bios for the
> presenter(s): István Koren is a researcher at the Chair of
> Information Systems & Databases at RWTH Aachen University in
> Germany (http://dbis.rwth-aachen.de). Currently he is involved in
> the LAYERS project using XMPP for TEL. Previously at Technische
> Universität Dresden, he was part of the Mobilis project team
> building a framework for pervasive computing using XMPP. - -
> Session name: Session Mobility using XMPP – Transferring your
> Session to Public Displays - - Session type: Talk and demo - -
> Session abstract Imagine large public displays at metro stations
> that you could use to temporarily play a smartphone game on it; or
> presentation hardware that automatically shows your slides when
> entering the meeting room. The approach presented includes device
> pairing, remote login and intelligent packet routing for splitting
> your session to multiple devices. Besides public devices we support
> pairing personal devices as well. Let’s say you have a desktop
> computer, a smartphone and a tablet all connected using different
> resources; you can use them in parallel as messages are 
> synchronized. This is all about SASL, OAuth, SIFT and Message
> Carbons. - - Time requested: 25-30 min - - URLs for related
> projects http://www.istvank.eu/research/mobile-collaboration 
> http://www.learning-layers.eu http://mobilis.inf.tu-dresden.de

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