Information Flow in XMPP Clients @ FOSDEM 09

 Posted on April 21, 2009 |  1 minutes |  FOSDEM |  willsheward

Those who attended FOSDEM would have seen Dave Cridland typing furiously during the day’s other XMPP talks when everyone else was paying attention to the speakers. Some might have assumed that this was because Dave hadn’t written his presentation until the day he was due to give it. Dave assures me however that he was ‘rewriting’ the presentation to take account of the lack of internet connectivity which crippled his plans for application demos.

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Dave’s Presentation is available here in PDF format. The PDF is in two parts, Pages 1-19 are the slides themselves but as these make little sense without the accompanying talk, pages 20-38 contain the slides and Dave’s notes on his own talk.

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