[OpenSER-Devel] SIMPLE-XMPP Developer Workshop 2008

Daniel-Constantin Mierla miconda at gmail.com
Tue Jul 15 15:10:40 CEST 2008


for those interested in SIP/SIMPLE - XMPP(Jabber/GTalk) 
interoperability, there is going to be a workshop in Paris for 
developers in the first week of September.

Agenda for openser is to identify a reliable xmpp library that follows 
latest XMPP specs and offers secure communication (TLS) which can be 
used to update and enhance the simple-xmpp gateway implementation. In 
addition, it is a good opportunity to deploy and test it against other 
implementations. If you have extra ideas for openser sip-xmpp, please 
write me or, better, join the event and help get it done.

Detailed description of the event follows.

Best regards,

SIMPLE-XMPP Developer Workshop 2008

SIP/SIMPLE and XMPP share a lot of concepts but they are different in 
many aspects. Being nowadays the leading open protocols for voice, 
video, instant messaging and presence, the interconnection between them 
creates an unified communication environment for users in both sides. 
The workshop aims to bring together people with large expertise in both 
protocols, interested in development, testing and deployment of 
SIP/SIMPLE-XMPP solutions. With a permanent focus on innovation, the 
participants cover open source projects to private enterprises. You can 
join the event for free.

Date: September 2-5, 2008
Place: INRIA, Paris, France

Main organizers:
- Philippe Sultan, INRIA - contributor to the XMPP/Jingle support in 
Asterisk, member of XMPP Standards Foundation
- Olle E. Johansson, Edvina - main SIP developer of Asterisk
- Daniel-Constantin Mierla, Asipto - co-founder Openser, developer of 
XMPP/Jabber gateway

- kick up simple-xmpp interoperability

Agenda guidelines:
- identify common issues of simple-xmpp interoperability
- define best-practice solutions and workarounds of delicate issues
- coding sessions in existing applications such as Asterisk, Openser, 
Jabberd, Freeswitch, eJabberd, libraries, client applications, etc.
- testing sessions
- reports about past experiences and results of the workshop

Target participants:
- developers of simple-xmpp products
- people interested in testing simple-xmpp products
- people interested in building simple-xmpp communication environments

- free registration (everybody pays for its traveling and accommodation)

- via e-mail at simple-xmpp at asipto.com
- please write the motivation to participate and add bullets into agenda 
if you like to approach new subjects. The organizers reserve the right 
to select a group of people that will contribute most as this is mainly 
a workshop to approach issues, test interoperability and design new 
- updates about the event are posted at: 

- up to 20 people

As of Jul 15, 2008, participating companies are:
- INRIA - http://www.inria.fr - SIP-XMPP interoperability in Asterisk 
- Edvina - http://www.edvina.net - SIP-XMPP interoperability in Asterisk 
- AG Projects - http://www.ag-projects.com - MSRP-XMPP Interoperability 
- Asipto - http://www.asipto.com - SIP-XMPP interoperability in Openser 

General discussions about sip-xmpp can be conducted via mailing list: 
sip-xmpp [at] xmpp.org

Daniel-Constantin Mierla

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