XSF Discussion - 2013-05-13

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  45. stpeter so I'm thinking about holding an XMPP hackathon in Berlin at the end of July, right before the IETF meeting
  46. stpeter focused on s2s, federation, DNSSEC, POSH, etc.
  47. stpeter and WebSocket maybe :-)
  48. Lance I won't be in Berlin, but yeah
  49. Lance I got stanza.io working directly with websockets, and even with jumping through the hoop of detecting the stream namespace prefix, it's very easy to get the websocket stuff running
  50. stpeter nice!
  51. stpeter we might need to recruit you to talk about the xmpp-over-websocket spec in Berlin :P
  52. Lance so i'm -1 on the discussion about needing some new stream start element. it's just too easy to make it work to justify changing the protocol
  53. stpeter nods
  54. stpeter that's good to hear
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