We’re very excited to be back at FOSDEM in person this year. Once again, many members of the XMPP community will be attending, and we hope to see you there!
As usual, we will have the Realtime Lounge set up, where you can come and meet community members, project developers, see demos and
ask us questions.
Note that this year we will be in a slightly different location to usual - on the ground floor of the K building.
Update: We’ll be in our traditional location - find us on the K building 2nd floor, beside the elevator (map below). Come and say hi!
There will also be multiple talks in the Real Time Communications devroom that relate to XMPP. These are all on Sunday afternoon:
- Interoperable Chat, Dutch Healthcare and the Digital Services Act Winfried shares the many challenges faced while working on a standard for interopable chat in healthcare that’s compatible with the EU’s new regulations.
- P10K: getting 10000 participants into a Jitsi meeting
Saúl from the Jitsi team will reveal their interesting journey to reach 10000 participants in an XMPP-powered Jitsi video conference.
- Modernizing Authentication and Authorization in XMPP Matthew, founder of the Prosody and Snikket projects, explains why it’s time for us to look beyond passwords for authentication.
Prior to FOSDEM, the XSF will also hold its 25th XMPP summit. This is where community members gather to discuss protocol changes and the XMPP roadmap. We’ll be reporting live from the event, and we’ll post a review here on the blog after FOSDEM.