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[08:31:11] <eintopf> mcr: https://www.netdevconf.org/1.1/
[08:31:22] <eintopf> btw, another open source conference about linux networking
[08:31:40] <eintopf> with some netdev developers
[08:32:17] <eintopf> inclusive IoT topic
[08:32:36] <eintopf> very close to FOSDEM :-/
[10:32:29] <mcr> so, yeah. netdev01 was in Ottawa this year.  Organized by Ottawa's Jamal.
[10:39:03] <eintopf> yes, he has mailed me
[10:39:11] <eintopf> but I have no money to flight to ottawa
[10:39:42] <eintopf> my company would pay it, but then... I don't know the deadline was one week
[10:39:48] <eintopf> and then I submit nothing :D
[10:40:06] <eintopf> and now, I don't know if I should submit something
[10:40:18] <eintopf> my boss say "yes"
[10:40:28] <eintopf> yes, I should
[10:53:11] <mcr> netdev01 was in Ottawa in Feb.2015. netdev11 is in Spain in 2016.
[10:55:59] <eintopf> yes, but spain is also far away from here
[10:56:02] <eintopf> I was never in spain :D
[10:58:17] <eintopf> s/was never/never was/
[11:10:09] mcr laughs at European notion of "far away" :-)
[11:12:35] eintopf test
[11:12:41] <eintopf> oh this working on my client
[11:12:43] <mcr> https://goo.gl/maps/gUEhdxoLu4E2 <- we drove this when I was a kid. At ~500km/day, given I was 6, and my sister was 4... it was a two week trip :-)
[11:13:01] <eintopf> I have here some irc<->jabber gateway running
[11:13:31] <mcr> bltbee?
[11:13:35] <eintopf> yes
[11:14:20] <eintopf> that's a big trip
[11:14:25] <mcr> While I'm fond of IRC, it's not a very good protocol to use for the front end... I use pidgin.  Can bltbee speak XMPP to my client and IRC to the world?
[11:16:47] <eintopf> bitlbee - it's a local irc server. You can connect with all irc front end clients to it. Then create instant message accounts like xmpp (they have some special root char to manage everyting with a bot)
[11:17:20] <eintopf> then people comes to join in this channel, you can query them for private messages or simple create chatrooms like the jabber chatroom here and join the channel
[11:17:47] <eintopf> as well you can also use your $IRC client to connect to other irc servers at the same time (depends if the irc client supports it)
[11:18:21] <eintopf> in my case I use ssh to some shell account, then starting a screen session + running irssi (command line irc client)
[11:18:46] <eintopf> then I can always be here also sometimes during boring courses at my study
[11:21:28] <eintopf> https://www.bitlbee.org/main.php/news.r.html - http://www.irssi.org/
[11:22:09] <eintopf> also in the market of android are special ssh clients apps to use it via screen+irssi :D
[11:22:37] <eintopf> some optimized things
[11:22:55] <eintopf> maybe mosh is better than ssh for mobile clients
[11:23:06] <eintopf> and I saw they recently added ipv6 support into mosh
[11:23:22] <eintopf> https://mosh.mit.edu/
[11:31:39] eintopf reminds me that I would like to test mosh in 802.15.4 6lowpan network - just for fun
[12:33:19] <mcr> yeah, that would be interesting.
[12:33:34] <mcr> are the v6 patches mainstream now?
[12:33:35] <mcr> good.
[12:33:49] <eintopf> yes, but it's some perl hacking mixed with c
[12:34:05] <eintopf> :-)
[12:34:38] <mcr> yeah, I was an irssi user, but gave it up for pidgin.  I know lots of people use bltbee, but it didn't offer my any clear benefit.
[12:34:50] <mcr> anyway, time to take kid to school.
[12:34:54] <eintopf> ok.
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