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

Peter Saint-Andre peter at andyet.net
Thu Dec 3 18:29:51 UTC 2015


Yes, Winfried is a longtime operator of a specialized XMPP service. :)

On 12/3/15 11:11 AM, Daniel Pocock wrote:
>
> Hi Winfried,
>
> The real-time lounge is aimed at real-time communication (voice, video,
> chat, social media etc) or using XMPP or SIP as part of a solution.
>
> Does this sound like it matches closely enough with your project?
>
> Or is your project more about real-time data access?  That may or may
> not be a good match for the lounge.
>
> Regards,
>
> Daniel
>
>
>
> On 03/12/15 10:13, Winfried Tilanus wrote:
>> On 30-11-15 18:26, Daniel Pocock wrote:
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> 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,
>>
>> Winfried
>>
>>
>>>
>>> (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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