[Summit] XMPP as Middleware

Steffen Larsen zooldk at gmail.com
Thu Jan 24 09:57:08 UTC 2013


Hi,

On Jan 23, 2013, at 6:34 PM, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im> wrote:

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> On 1/18/13 5:17 AM, Simon Tennant wrote:
>> I have strong feelings about the success of XMPP lying beyond the
>> chat & MUC paintbrush that XMPP is often seen as.
> 
> I tend to agree. Witness much of the work happening with the Internet
> of Things, notifications/pubsub, etc.

True true, many people only think that when we are talking about XMPP.
But the last 2-3 year when I've been doing Software and XMPP consulting, I've used XMPP as middleware both on satellite maritime projects to set-top boxes and handheld devices for TV viewing. No chat involved here, but only used as middleware for synchonious states, push data, pub/sub, routing on JID schema etc.

> 
>> I'd be happy to lead something. What's the goal with this
>> discussion?
> 
> Good question. I was thinking it would be interesting for folks at
> FOSDEM to see a bit of the brainstorming that can happen in our
> community. Not so much marketing XMPP as the middleware solution for
> the ages, but exploring how it's used now and when it is (and isn't)
> appropriate.
> 

Count me in!

> But your thoughts are welcome. :)
> 
>> It is positioning of XMPP as a solution or...?
>> 
>> What kind of XMPP as middleware issues / ideas would others like to
>> talk about?
> 
> The impetus originally came from Justin Karneges:
> 
> http://blog.fanout.io/2012/10/17/standards-at-the-edge/
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> Peter
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/Steffen




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