After Berlin, Stockholm, and London, here is Paris. The trend of new XMPP meetups in major cities in Europe is confirmed.
The Paris meetup is simply organised by the JabberFr community, as this will be mostly oriented discussions on modern XMPP/Jabber.
Posted by Nÿco on March, 23, 2017 - filed under Events
The XSF provides a public list of XMPP implementations on its website. For this list to be useful, it should contain up-to-date information about up-to-date software. To achieve this, the XSF Board has decided that all implementations have to reapply once per year, to ensure that they are still actively ...
Posted by ge0rg on March, 23, 2017 - filed under misc
We're delighted to have been accepted in the Google Summer of Code yet again. The XSF has participated in GSoC many times in the past, and it's always great to have the opportunity to work with the enthusiastic and capable students we see and to bring new views ...
Posted by Kev on March, 02, 2017 - filed under Google Summer of Code
The XSF is intending to act as an umbrella organisation for any XMPP-related project that wishes to join the GSoC. If you are a member of such a project and would like your project to be ...
Posted by Guus on February, 05, 2017 - filed under Google Summer of Code
This year, the XMPP Standards Foundation again gathered in force to attend the summit, that traditionally precedes the FOSDEM event in Brussels, Belgium. Barely fitting in the (rather sizable) room that was made available to us by Cisco, the XSF members had a fruitful two-day meeting.
Day two @xmpp Summit21 ...
Posted by Guus on January, 27, 2017 - filed under XMPP Summit
19th XMPP Summit
In late January 2016, from the 28th to the 29th, the XSF held its XMPP Summit in Brussels, Belgium. It was the 19th meeting by XMPP standards writers, implementers, and enthusiasts since the first XMPP Summit in July 2006. Among the topics we discussed were MIX, efficient ...
Posted by Tobi, Nyco on February, 08, 2016 - filed under XMPP Summit
This year we had six students working on disparate projects for GSoC, and we're delighted that all of them were successful! Here we link to a wrapup blog post from each of the students, and a description of their work from their mentors.
We had Adhish Singh working on ...
Posted by Kev on December, 18, 2015 - filed under Google Summer of Code
Until now, St Peter has been handling the XSF Treasurer role. He's stepping down from the role and the XSF Board is looking for someone new.
The role of Treasurer includes overall responsibility for the financial affairs of the XSF. The future treasurer would:
- Maintain and monitor the XSF ...
Posted by Simon on July, 06, 2015 - filed under XSF Organisational
We're happy to announce that Eyeball Networks are the latest organisation to become an XSF Sponsor.
Eyeball Networks pioneered the STUN/TURN/ICE device-to-device connection technologies adopted by communications standards including SIP, XMPP, IMS, PacketCable, IBM Sametime, Microsoft Lync, and now WebRTC. You can read more about them here ...
Posted by willsheward on May, 26, 2015 - filed under misc
This year, we've been lucky enough to have had many great applications to take part in Google Summer of Code under the XSF. We've selected the following six students/projects and are looking forward to working with them over an exciting summer:
- Tarun Gupta: Extend Stroke Implementation
- Daniel ...
Posted by kev on April, 28, 2015 - filed under Google Summer of Code
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