[Summit] XMPP Summit

Peter Saint-Andre - &yet peter at andyet.net
Thu Oct 8 17:32:44 UTC 2015

On 10/8/15 10:27 AM, Peter Saint-Andre - &yet wrote:
> On 10/8/15 7:11 AM, Kevin Smith wrote:
>>> On 8 Oct 2015, at 14:56, Peter Saint-Andre - &yet
>>> <peter at andyet.net> wrote:
>>> + Waqas who is here in person and asked about an agenda...
>>> On 10/8/15 1:17 AM, Kevin Smith wrote:
>>>> I’ll be a bit put out if there’s a lot of effort going into MUC2
>>>> without sensible remote participation, I think.
>>> Lance and Fippo and I will put some thought into this today and see
>>> if we can organize the physical room for success.
>> Thanks Peter (and Lance, and Fippo). I’ll be very appreciative :)
>>>> What’s the timing looking like (including UTC offset!) for
>>>> kicking things off on Friday, please? I suspect it’s going to end
>>>> up being a long day for me on this side of the pond...
>>> If we start at 09:00 Pacific that is 16:00 UTC. Yes, quite late to
>>> start on a Friday. Let me poll folks who are here in person to see
>>> if we can start at 08:00.
>> I wasn’t looking to make everyone else rearrange their days around me
>> - even *my* narcissism doesn’t stretch that far. I’d just like to
>> plan my day (of course, if everyone /is/ an earlybird, I’m not going
>> to complain about accommodating that).
>>> If we organize the topics sensibly (e.g., the MUC2 stuff first)
>>> then I'd hope we would not go too late into your evening.
>> Thanks, that’d be appreciated. Is this still being a two-day thing
>> Friday and Saturday? If so, I was pondering the merit of spending a
>> good number of hours on Friday on MUC2. I’m wondering if we could do
>> a live spec-and-code thing. Between all the folks locally you should
>> have both server and client prototyping ability, and I could write
>> some spec words, as I suspect could you while we went along.
> That sounds good.
> I created an initial board at http://webwhiteboard.com/#a3r5ckqz
> We could use https://pad.riseup.net/ for notes.
> We'll create a Talky URL and can use the 'xsf' room on muc.xmpp.org to
> share links etc.

I also created an etherpad:



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