A Jitsi Presentation on FOSDEM 2012


#1

Hey folks,

The Asterisk folks will once again be hosting an Open Telephony devroom
on the next FOSDEM edition (February 4 and 5).

We are happy to announce that the Jitsi team will be having a
presentation in there, about a sample Skype deployment that we completed
in the University of Strasbourg this year. The deployment is based on
XMPP and in addition to Jitsi uses stuff like Openfire, FreeSWITCH and
others.

Hope to meet you all there!

Cheers,
Emil

Telephony Devroom (revision 2)

From: Kevin P. Fleming <kpfleming@digium.com>

Organization: Digium, Inc.

(Revision 2 - Somehow my mail client failed to show me the proposal from
the Jitsi team and thus I didn't include it in the first version of this
list)

Sorry for the delay in getting this out; we're about a week late, but
it's been rather busy here.

The good news is that while we've received a smaller number of proposals
than last year, they all appear to be of good quality and high
relevance, so we've accepted them all!

The list of presentations/speakers for this year's devroom will be (in
alphabetical order by first name):

Aleksander Morgado - "LTE is here, and ModemManager is (almost) ready
for it"
Andreas Granig - "From zero to VoIP provider in 15 minutes"
Ben Langfeld - "Enhancing FreePBX with Adhearsion"
Daniel-Constantin Mierla - "Secure SIP Communications with Kamailio"
Emil Ivov - "A real Skype alternative using standards compliant FLOSS"
Jean Deruelle - "Mobicents TelScale and RestComm"
Saúl Ibarra Corretgé - "SIP beyond VoIP"
Stefan Sayer - "Session Border Control with SEMS"

We'll also have someone from Digium (not yet decided) do a presentation
on Asterisk 10 and the Asterisk functional/regression testsuite.
Finally, I might do a presentation on Asterisk SCF; it was received
pretty well last year :slight_smile:

That puts us at ten sessions (maximum), and we have the room for eight
hours. Since most sessions don't need much more than 30 minutes, I'll
propose that we allow 30 minutes per session for the presentation, 10
minutes per session for questions and answers and 5 minutes between
sessions for speaker/laptop/etc. changes. This leaves 30 minutes open,
which we can schedule right in the middle of the day to allow people
time to grab a quick lunch and not have to miss any sessions.

Assuming people agree with this proposal, we'll put together an official
schedule and get it published during the first week of January.

···

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Subject: [telephony-devroom] Accepted Presentation Proposals for
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 2011 16:08:24 -0600
To: telephony-devroom@lists.fosdem.org

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#2

Hello Emil,

Just yesterday I successfully connected with another user here, via
jitsi, for an audio/video conversation, via Google Talk and both were
@gmail.com email addresses. We were on MacBook Pros, intel, os 10.6.8.
It took a while to figure out how to make it work. The only glitch was
about half a second delay in the audio response to each other.
Otherwise, it was very clear voice and video.

Question: When will you make jitsi available for iPhone 4?

Thanks for all the work to give everyone a way to talk privately through
encryption. . . I assume you are using Phil Zimmerman's encryption
technology?

Jerry Gentry

···

On 12/26/11 5:29 AM, Emil Ivov wrote:

Hey folks,

The Asterisk folks will once again be hosting an Open Telephony devroom
on the next FOSDEM edition (February 4 and 5).

We are happy to announce that the Jitsi team will be having a
presentation in there, about a sample Skype deployment that we completed
in the University of Strasbourg this year. The deployment is based on
XMPP and in addition to Jitsi uses stuff like Openfire, FreeSWITCH and
others.

Hope to meet you all there!

Cheers,
Emil

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: [telephony-devroom] Accepted Presentation Proposals for
Telephony Devroom (revision 2)
Date: Fri, 23 Dec 2011 16:08:24 -0600
From: Kevin P. Fleming <kpfleming@digium.com>
Organization: Digium, Inc.
To: telephony-devroom@lists.fosdem.org

(Revision 2 - Somehow my mail client failed to show me the proposal from
the Jitsi team and thus I didn't include it in the first version of this
list)

Sorry for the delay in getting this out; we're about a week late, but
it's been rather busy here.

The good news is that while we've received a smaller number of proposals
than last year, they all appear to be of good quality and high
relevance, so we've accepted them all!

The list of presentations/speakers for this year's devroom will be (in
alphabetical order by first name):

Aleksander Morgado - "LTE is here, and ModemManager is (almost) ready
for it"
Andreas Granig - "From zero to VoIP provider in 15 minutes"
Ben Langfeld - "Enhancing FreePBX with Adhearsion"
Daniel-Constantin Mierla - "Secure SIP Communications with Kamailio"
Emil Ivov - "A real Skype alternative using standards compliant FLOSS"
Jean Deruelle - "Mobicents TelScale and RestComm"
Sa�l Ibarra Corretg� - "SIP beyond VoIP"
Stefan Sayer - "Session Border Control with SEMS"

We'll also have someone from Digium (not yet decided) do a presentation
on Asterisk 10 and the Asterisk functional/regression testsuite.
Finally, I might do a presentation on Asterisk SCF; it was received
pretty well last year :slight_smile:

That puts us at ten sessions (maximum), and we have the room for eight
hours. Since most sessions don't need much more than 30 minutes, I'll
propose that we allow 30 minutes per session for the presentation, 10
minutes per session for questions and answers and 5 minutes between
sessions for speaker/laptop/etc. changes. This leaves 30 minutes open,
which we can schedule right in the middle of the day to allow people
time to grab a quick lunch and not have to miss any sessions.

Assuming people agree with this proposal, we'll put together an official
schedule and get it published during the first week of January.

--

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