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Re: [paho-dev] Paho News and Status

Great. I can walk across the hall and talk to Mike if we need anything......

Marc L. Cohen
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paho-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 03/26/2015 11:59:17 AM:

> From: Ian Craggs <icraggs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

> To: General development discussions for paho project <paho-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Date: 03/26/2015 11:59 AM
> Subject: [paho-dev] Paho News and Status
> Sent by: paho-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
> A random selection of activities and thoughts...
> Here in IBM I'm soon getting some new help - Mike Tran who works in
> Austin.  This will be good news for those waiting for me to look at the
> various existing bugs that have been raised, as well as new work.   I
> hope Mike will be around for a while.
> My MQTT-SN talk at EclipseCon
> (
> and-other-transports)
> has sparked some nice comments and interest.  One of the Open IoT
> Challenges is also using MQTT-SN (I'll take a look at that).  I'll be
> working on new MQTT-SN client libraries and gateways in the upcoming
> months.  In my talk I alluded to a demo I'd like to build -
> communicating flying machines :-) -- I'll post separately about that.
> The Paho permanent incubator sub-project is in the process of being set
> up.  Al Stockdill-Mander has submitted a Go MQTT-SN client as the
> initial contribution.  That is undergoing IP clearance at the moment.  
> Once that is done, the incubator project should be ready to go.
> Kamil Baczkowicz has submitted mqtt-spy, also to the incubator.  It too
> is undergoing IP clearance, but is more complicated as there are a
> variety of dependencies on other components and libraries.  I hope we'll
> be able to resolve these questions soon.
> I have some Python MQTT-SN client code which I'm thinking of
> contributing to the incubator project once it is set up.
> Al has also made some updates to his MQTT Go client.  We're hoping that
> this can be released as a mature version (1.0) in June, as part of  Paho
> 1.2.
> Lightweight M2M (LwM2M) over MQTT is getting increased attention, with a
> group of interested parties meeting occasionally
> (  As a result we'll be
> thinking about what support might be useful in Paho, in conjunction with
> other interested projects like Kura and Leshan.
> I am currently looking at FreeRTOS and the embedded clients.  I have a
> FreeRTOS + TCP "simulation" project running on Windows, thanks to
> Richard Barry, the author of FreeRTOS.  Now I'm going to see how well
> the existing MQTT embedded C client code fits in, to work out what needs
> to be done.  It could be just sample code and documentation.
> We (Nick and I) have updated the website to include the current, latest
> versions of the released clients.  Other pages need updating, I'll be
> doing this as I find the time.
> As always, any contributions are welcome, whether they be new code, bug
> fixes, documentation, whatever.  If anyone has any other news they'd
> like to share, please feel free post in response to this.
> Thanks
> --
> Ian Craggs
> icraggs@xxxxxxxxxx                 IBM United Kingdom
> Paho Project Lead; Committer on Mosquitto
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