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The Eclipse IoT Working Group will host a face to face meeting at EclipseCon NA 2015.

All Eclipse IoT Working Group members are invited to attend. If you are not a member, please contact for an invitation.

Time and Location

March 10, 2015


Sandpebble CDE


Project Updates

  • Each project will spend 10 minutes updating on their current status. The update should include:
    • Project Overview: Short (1 slide) reminder about your project functionality. This is for people who might be new.
    • Project stats: tell us how well your project is doing. Number of download, number of contributors, number of bugs opened, number of mailing list subscribers, etc.
    • Project plan: when is the next release and what are the key features.
    • Key Challenges: What challenges/issues are you having?
    • Collaboration Opportunities: Where do you see potential for collaboration with other Eclipse IoT projects or other communities.
  • Projects
    • Leshan - Julien Vermillard
    • Wakaama - Julien Vermillard
    • Paho and Mosquitto - Ian Craggs Paho slides Mosquitto slides
    • Kura - David Woodard slides
    • Eclipse SmartHome - Kai Kreuzer slides
    • Californium - Matthias Kovatsch
    • Vorto - Olaf Weinmann slides
    • Krikkit - Raghuram Sudhaakar (remotely)
    • OM2M - Benjamin Cabé (on behalf of OM2M project team) slides


  • Update the group on the work being done to implement LWM2M over MQTT.

Google Summer of Code

  • Discuss project ideas

Website update

  • Early preview of revamped IoT Website and discussion

Review action items from last F2F

  • Orbit style commons for IoT
  • Common MQTT message formats

GPG Signing Party

We want to use EclipseCon as an opportunity for Eclipse IoT project leaders and committers to start creating a Web of Trust and get GPG keys that will allow them to sign Maven artifacts or Linux packages with a trustworthy key. You can read more on GPG on the dedicate wiki page.

Benjamin Cabé will do a quick introduction to the main concepts behind PGP encryption and Web of Trust, and why it is important for Eclipse and Eclipse IoT.

We will then have an informal signing party. While we will be walking GPG beginners through the process of creating a GPG key, it's preferable that you have your GPG key handy before we start the party. More details on creating your key are available here.

Other Discussions

  • Please add to this list any topic you would like to discuss during the meeting

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