[Summit] FOSDEM Real-Time Lounge / stands / demos

Winfried Tilanus winfried at tilanus.com
Thu Dec 3 09:13:48 UTC 2015

On 30-11-15 18:26, Daniel Pocock wrote:


Currently I am working on a project with some Dutch mental healthcare
institutions that involves "Real Time Patient Records". I really would
like to have discussions with people involved in the open healthcare
software community and with people in the open real time community on
the concepts and strategies behind it.

Would it be possible to announce my presence (on certain time slots) in
the real time lounge, so people know I am available for discussions? I
can put together a small introduction and a poster-presentation about it
for Real-Time lounge.

thanks a lot,


> (please reply to the Free-RTC list[1] only)
> As in previous years, we hope to have a real-time lounge adjacent to the
> stands in the K building at FOSDEM
> For those unfamiliar with the space, here is a photo looking in to the
> lounge:
> https://xmpp.org/2012/03/fosdem-2012-report/
> and here is a photo looking out of the lounge area (in the opposite
> direction of the first photo):
> http://pbs.twimg.com/media/BfZv_9mIQAEMaM0.jpg
> (can anybody share more photo links?)
> The area is quite large, we can fit 3 or 4 tables and maybe 10 or more
> banners (hanging or free-standing) could be placed around the walls.
> In previous years we have also collaborated with some other stands, for
> example, we had a Debian laptop running Jitsi Meet on the Debian stand,
> linking to a private wifi in the lounge itself.  This is a win-win
> scenario for the RTC community and other projects.
> I'd like to use this email thread to ask people to express interest in
> the lounge, make suggestions or offer resources.
> The XMPP community already has a wiki about FOSDEM and this is probably
> the easiest way to keep track of everybody who would like to participate
> in the lounge, so please also add your name and project details on the wiki:
> http://wiki.xmpp.org/web/FOSDEM_2016
> Can anybody from the XMPP community comment on wiki access
> rights/account creation?
> 1. https://lists.fsfe.org/mailman/listinfo/free-rtc

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