Simon posted on the jdev mailing list a great reminder about the upcoming test day quoted below: “We owe it to our user’s to provide secure communications” – St Peter. To achieve ubiquitous encryption between clients and servers on XMPP, we’re doing a phased approach similar to the ipv6 test days. – 4th January is [...]November 20, 2013
Joachim is in the US (San Francisco specifically) and would love to get together with anyone from the XMPP and/or IoT community! His original goal was to attend the Doing IoT with XMPP meetup. Either way you should poke him on the members@ mailing list to at least find a pub and raise a pint [...]November 13, 2013
Peter Saint-Andre has created a Manifest for others to join, debate and discuss about a plan for upgrading the XMPP network to always-on, mandatory, ubiquitous encryption. https://github.com/stpeter/manifesto To quote Peter: In short: we owe it to those who use XMPP technologies to improve the security of the network (and thanks to Thijs Alkemade, we now [...]November 7, 2013
Every year the members of the XSF get together to vote on the current quarter’s new and renewing members and to also elect who will become members of the Technical Council and who will server on the Board of Directors. This year that meeting was held on the 29th of October, 2013 and Alexander has [...]November 7, 2013
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Our most amazing XSF Secretary, Alexander Gnauck, has started the proxy voting process for this years Board and Council. Details on how is running can be found on the Board And Council Elections 2013 wiki page. Proxy voting will continue until close of business on October 28th and we will hold a meeting on October [...]October 14, 2013