I like that one. We have a proposal to make so, if you wish, we could start on that one together.
On Mar-6-12, at 6:35 AM, Steve Huston wrote:
One more idea for a topic I would definitely participate in if there is interest… Topics I definitely want to participate in: * Mapping AMQP to OpenMama, MQTT, STOMP * Generation of examples / technical documentation Topics I may participate in if running: * Broker model / Management I would prefer US East Coast but don’t have a facility to host at. I could go anywhere if needed. Late April or May is slightly preferred. The Member Section Action Group has been discussing ways in which the AMQP community can work together to drive forward adoption of AMQP 1.0. One proposal which we are looking to take forward is to hold a Technical Workshop for interested parties to discuss future technical work streams around the AMQP 1.0 Core Protocol. The suggestion is to hold a five day offsite (location and date to be decided) where proposals can be discussed, and ownership assigned, in line with the objectives that we have previously set ourselves for 2012. The topics to be covered, and daily schedule, will be agreed prior to the meeting so that parties who are interested only in a subset of the sessions can attend only those days which interest them. In order to gauge interest and determine which topics should be covered, we would request that interested members respond to this e-mail within the next week stating which work-streams they have interest in contributing to, and which dates/locations they could attend. Potential topics for discussion include * Filters (and other registries/extensions) * Federation / Global Addressing * Distributed transactions * End-to-end security (Message Encryption/Authentication) * Broker model / Management * Mapping AMQP to OpenMama, MQTT, STOMP * Generation of examples / technical documentation Potential locations might be: US/Canada West Coast; US East Coast; UK - London or North England/Scotland; Continental Europe (Germany?) or suggestions from anyone else willing to host 26th March - 20th March (may be difficult to achieve due to timescales) 30th April - 4th May (clashes with 1st May Holiday in some countries) 7th May - 11th May (clashes with 7th May Holiday in some countries) You should highlight up to four themes (including potentially new suggestions of your own) that you definitely want to participate in, and separately up to four sessions that you may participate in if they are running. Attendees at will be expected to have done work beforehand to craft their proposals in a form which can be distributed. The outcomes of the sessions will be presented to the member section after the completion of the Technical Workshop. Only work with sufficient interest, active contributors, and strong consensus amongst the participants will have the necessary momentum to succeed. As a reminder - In order that we may quickly determine interest levels and scope for such a technical workshop, we request all interested parties let us know of their availability, preferred topics and locations by 8th March.
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