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Membership Application Period for Q4 2013 has begun

Alex has started the membership application process for Q4 2013. Members whose renewals are up this quarter will need to file new applications by December 31st 2013. The list of those who need to renew can be found at 2013 Q4 membership applications.

December 24, 2013

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XSF will be present at FOSDEM 2014

The XSF will once again be attending FOSDEM 2014 and we will showcase the latest developments in bringing XMPP into the browser as a first class citizen and demonstrating how XMPP can be used in today’s world. We will also explore and demonstrate how XMPP can be used to solve many of the issues in [...]

December 18, 2013

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Security Test Day – it’s fast approaching

In just 34 days the first full test run of ubiquitous security on the XMPP network will be attempted by many service operators. Like the IPv6 test days, on the 4th January XMPP server operators are turning on TLS encryption for s2s and c2s connections and testing to see what doesn’t work and what needs [...]

November 30, 2013

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XMPP and IoT Event in London 2 December 2013

The third XMPP/Realtime UK Meetup will be happening on the 2nd of December, 2013. The details can be found at the meetup’s lanyrd page or through the meetup page The guest speaker will be Joachim Lindborg and Lloyd Watkin about the XMPP extensions he and Peter Waher have been working on. A summary of the [...]

November 24, 2013

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Python IoT Hacking with XMPP in Stockholm

On the 21rst November we will meet and use Python to build on raspberry developer kits and connect things through the XMPP IoT extensions. At the meetup event we will have sensors and actuators connected to raspberries and create interoperable interchange of data with the help of XMPP. Interested in how XMPP could be used [...]

November 20, 2013

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