Online / 6 & 7 February 2021

schedule

Real Time Communications devroom


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Saturday Products versus Protocols
Or why I no longer recommend XMPP and Matrix
Adding Matrix for interoperability to existing chat apps
How we added Gitter to Matrix, and how you can join too.
Can WebRTC help musicians?
Going beyond traditional and boring use cases to support the arts
Decentralizing HEP for RTC Platforms
Decentralized HEP/WSS/p2p
Developing WebRTC in Chrome
How to ship a feature
Eating your own dogfood; WebRTC for Broadcasters High performance Rating Queues using CGRateS The road to End-to-End Encryption in Jitsi Meet
How we shipped E2EE in Jitsi Meet, how other apps can implement it and our plans for the future!
Towards free, private and secure communications
Action we can take today
WebRTC shouldn't be this hard!
How can we make WebRTC easier for the next generation? What happens if we don't teach it.
Why WebRTC is the way it is.
A personal history
Abstract the SIP Handling Using the Call API FreeSWITCH mid-registering for Fun, Profit, Scale and Push
How to scale FreeSWITCH Registration Traffic and add Push Notifications
Controlling media of ongoing calls with just a SIP Proxy
Enhanced media capabilities for calls going through a SIP Proxy
How to build SIP3 based solutions or Wangiri fraud detection example Light RTPENGINE PROXY (LREPROXY) FOR KAMAILIO Pocket SIP Multi-Tools Kit reSIProcate project news
An update on reSIProcate development

Read the Call for Papers at https://lists.fosdem.org/pipermail/fosdem/2020q4/003173.html.

Event Speakers Start End

Saturday

  Products versus Protocols
Or why I no longer recommend XMPP and Matrix
Matthew Wild 10:00 10:25
  Adding Matrix for interoperability to existing chat apps
How we added Gitter to Matrix, and how you can join too.
Will Hunt 10:25 10:50
  Can WebRTC help musicians?
Going beyond traditional and boring use cases to support the arts
Lorenzo Miniero 10:50 11:15
  Decentralizing HEP for RTC Platforms
Decentralized HEP/WSS/p2p
Lorenzo Mangani 11:15 11:40
  Developing WebRTC in Chrome
How to ship a feature
Philipp Hancke 11:40 12:05
  Eating your own dogfood; WebRTC for Broadcasters Dan Jenkins 12:05 12:30
  High performance Rating Queues using CGRateS Teofil Voivozeanu 12:30 12:55
  The road to End-to-End Encryption in Jitsi Meet
How we shipped E2EE in Jitsi Meet, how other apps can implement it and our plans for the future!
Saúl Ibarra Corretgé 12:55 13:20
  Towards free, private and secure communications
Action we can take today
Daniel Pocock 13:20 13:45
  WebRTC shouldn't be this hard!
How can we make WebRTC easier for the next generation? What happens if we don't teach it.
Sean-Der 13:45 14:10
  Why WebRTC is the way it is.
A personal history
Tim Panton 14:10 14:35
  Abstract the SIP Handling Using the Call API Liviu Chircu 14:35 15:00
  FreeSWITCH mid-registering for Fun, Profit, Scale and Push
How to scale FreeSWITCH Registration Traffic and add Push Notifications
Giovanni Maruzzelli (gmaruzz) 15:00 15:25
  Controlling media of ongoing calls with just a SIP Proxy
Enhanced media capabilities for calls going through a SIP Proxy
Razvan Crainea 15:25 15:50
  How to build SIP3 based solutions or Wangiri fraud detection example Oleg Agafonov 15:50 16:15
  Light RTPENGINE PROXY (LREPROXY) FOR KAMAILIO Mojtaba Esfandiari 16:15 16:40
  Pocket SIP Multi-Tools Kit Daniel-Constantin Mierla 16:40 17:05
  reSIProcate project news
An update on reSIProcate development
Daniel Pocock, Scott Godin 17:05 17:30