[Summit] XMPP as Middleware (was: Re: FOSDEM 2013 talk proposal)
hanzz.k at gmail.com
Fri Jan 18 17:46:26 UTC 2013
I don't want to give a talk, but Spectrum 2 gateway
(http://spectrum.im) especially in server-mode
acts as middleware basically. Some developers really use XMPP here as
"common API" to connect
different legacy networks. If somebody is preparing something on that
topic, it would be
interesting to mention this use-case too.
On Fri, Jan 18, 2013 at 2:41 PM, Ashley Ward <ashley.ward at surevine.com> wrote:
> 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?
>>> 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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