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From "Scott Deboy" <sde...@comotivsystems.com>
Subject Free use of Comotiv Connect for qpid folks
Date Sat, 08 Dec 2007 00:14:04 GMT
I've been given the OK to give any interested qpid developer use of our
collaboration product free of charge.

The product is called Comotiv Connect - it's a Java-based collaboration
tool based around a 'room' metaphor.

Main features:
 - presence information of all other qpid users
 - many-to-many AV conferencing
 - desktop sharing with remote control
 - text chat
 - file upload/download 
 - ability to invite others into the application (creates a 30-day trial
account)

Mac OSX & Windows are fully supported.  You can run the application on
Linux but AV and desktop share won't work.

If you discuss qpid issues in the chat, I recommend saving the
transcript and posting it to the qpid-dev mailing list.

Screenshots

Dashboard:
http://www.comotivsystems.com/ourProduct/images/dashboard-web.jpg

Room with AV conference:
http://www.comotivsystems.com/ourProduct/images/CollabRmVidConfWeb.jpg

If you're interested, send me your email address and I'll create the
account!



Scott Deboy
Principal Engineer
COMOTIV SYSTEMS
111 SW Columbia Street Ste. 950
Portland, OR  97201
Office: 503.224.7496
Direct Line: 503.821.6482
Cell: 503.997.1367
Fax: 503.222.0185
sdeboy@comotivsystems.com
www.comotivsystems.com


-----Original Message-----
From: Marnie McCormack [mailto:marnie.mccormack@googlemail.com] 
Sent: Friday, December 07, 2007 7:16 AM
To: qpid-dev@incubator.apache.org; asimon@redhat.com
Subject: Re: QPID/Java F2F Meeting

Hi All,

Rob/Arnaud's agendas look good. I'm keen to discuss testing too as I
think
it crops up a lot.

I think a short slot, time bound, on release scoping/process would be
helpful too. Not technically challenging, but imho would benefit from a
little discussion to make our releases a little more compact and speedy.

I put together a massively borrowed set of release processes for Qpid
but i
think it could do with some work.

As a write this I'm thinking that the 0.10 conversation alone could take
up
all four days though :-)

Perhaps the release process stuff can be done on the lists instead ...

Regards,
Marnie

On 12/7/07, Arnaud Simon <asimon@redhat.com> wrote:
>
>
> On Fri, 2007-12-07 at 10:39 +0000, Robert Godfrey wrote:
> > I'm just awaiting confirmation of the details from the people in
> > Glasgow who booked the location,  I'll send out the details
> > individually to all those who are confirmed as coming as soon as I
get
> > them.
> >
> > The main outcome from the meeting that I would like to see is a plan
> > for the beginning of 2008 which we can report back to the group.
> >
> > the things in my mind that we need to talk about are:
> >
> > * AMQP 0-10, the work already done on the Qpid client and how we
move
> > the broker forward
> > * Broker refactoring : Queue, Subscription, CSDM etc
> > * Clustering / Failover in the broker and the client
> > * Configuration and Management (JMX, AMQP based mgmt)
> > * Persistence : need an Apache license compatible store
> > * Documentation, testing, examples
> > * Building, packaging, website
>
> It looks as if we have a common list -)
>
> > I suggest we use the first hour of the F2F do agree on the time we
> > wish to allocate to any topics that people bring to the table.
>
> Sounds good!
> I wanted to start thinking about an agenda earlier rather than later
so
> that people can start thinking about
> solutions/designs/problems/presentations/...
>
> It would for example be excellent if an 0.10 specialist can give an
> overview of the new protocol to the group. Somebody that has worked on
> the 0.10 client can also tell people about it, etc.
>
> Arnaud
>
>

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