[Summit] XMPP as Middleware (was: Re: FOSDEM 2013 talk proposal)

Ashley Ward ashley.ward at surevine.com
Fri Jan 18 13:41:40 UTC 2013

Interesting stuff. I've been thinking for a while about the ability of
XMPP to become a ubiquitous and generalised transport layer, like HTTP is
currently. Sounds like it could be an interesting session.


On 18/01/2013 12:17, "Simon Tennant" <simon at buddycloud.com> wrote:

>I have strong feelings about the success of XMPP lying beyond the chat
>& MUC paintbrush that XMPP is often seen as.
>I'd be happy to lead something. What's the goal with this discussion?
>It is positioning of XMPP as a solution or...?
>What kind of XMPP as middleware issues / ideas would others like to talk
>On 17 January 2013 01:15, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im> wrote:
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>> I've just talked with Matthew and he will not be able to give a talk
>> at FOSDEM this year. He mentioned that several people have contacted
>> him about the topic. In his absence, would anyone else like to lead a
>> discussion about XMPP as Middleware?
>> Peter
>> On 1/1/13 5:23 PM, Matthew Wild wrote:
>>> An admittedly late submission, but would like to be considered if
>>> there's room:
>>> Name of presenter: Matthew Wild Short bio: Matthew Wild is a
>>> founder of the popular XMPP server Prosody and a number of smaller
>>> XMPP projects. An XSF member since 2008 and currently serving on
>>> the XMPP council. Title: XMPP as Middleware? Type: Presentation
>>> Summary: A discussion on the relevance of XMPP in the architecture
>>> of today's realtime applications. Time: 30 minutes URLs: None, but
>>> the talk is a response to
>>> http://blog.fanout.io/2012/10/17/standards-at-the-edge/ :)
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