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[ecf-dev] ECF moving forward
- From: Scott Lewis <slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 12 Nov 2013 12:44:05 -0800
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Earlier today/Tues we had an ECF conference call. The agenda and notes
are here .
A couple of things coming out of the meeting that I want to highlight.
A) We are going start having bi-weekly conference calls using Google
Hangouts, on this schedule:
Every other Tuesday, 1700/5pm GMT, 9am pacific
I will start putting the upcoming agenda and link information on the ECF
conference call information section .
B) The EclipseCon 2014 submission deadline is coming up (Nov 18), and
I/Scott would like to submit a talk on OSGi Remote Services...possibly
emphasizing the provider architecture and some of the work that's going
on now to support it (e.g. the iPopo  and/or MQTT  work). *If
any of you would like to collaborate with me on an EclipseCon 2014
submission, please contact me at slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx right away*. I
would very much like collaborators, as I'm not yet sure if I'll even be
able to physically attend EclipseCon 2014 :).
C) Please consider joining and contributing to the iPopo  and/or the
MQTT providers effort. It's becoming clear to me that creating new
remote services discovery and distribution providers is going to be a
major theme for ECF in the coming year...along with the 'meta' story
that ECF's provider architecture enables a number of very useful kinds
of integration and interoperability...to the OSGi RS/RSA story.