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It’s all about choices and control

“Why should I use XMPP?” is a question we get asked a lot. Our answer is often technically-focussed, as there are plenty of reasons XMPP might be the right choice, or we might explain about the benefits of a federated approach – where everyone can run their own server and control their own data. Either [...]

January 26, 2015

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XMPP Summit 17

The 17th XSF Summit is approaching! On January 29th and 30th 2015, just before FOSDEM2015. members of the XMPP community will be gathering at the Cisco offices in Diegem, Brussels to talk about all things XMPP. Our agenda is evolving but so far includes: XMPP-IoT, Current state of the IoT XEPs Editor team automation sprint [...]

January 8, 2015

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Upcoming events

Until our new website launches with a dedicated ‘whats on’ section, I wanted to share some events coming up that might be of interest to our community. Rikard Strid of Clayster is speaking at 2 events in June, focussing in on XMPP and IoT. Fo those of you over in America (or for those that [...]

May 30, 2014

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Happy Encrypted Network!

Today, a large number of services on the public XMPP network permanently turned on mandatory encryption for client-to-server and server-to-server connections (there’s a fine summary here). This is the first step toward making the XMPP network more secure for all users. Stay tuned for more updates as we work on ubiquitous authentication, secure DNS, end-to-end [...]

May 19, 2014

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XMPP on the Global Internet of Things Day

The 9th of april is the Global IoT day  (Internet of Things day)  on the site  iotday.org and on iotlive.org events and meetups around the world are celebrating and connecting live devices. #IoTDayStockholm is coordinating several schedules from events in different time zones and will be having workshops creating XMPP IoT enabled devices. These will [...]

April 7, 2014

Posted in events, IoT.

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