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Re: [m2m-iwg] Introduction - Nicholas Humfrey
- From: "Mike Milinkovich" <mike.milinkovich@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 24 Jan 2012 09:58:57 -0500
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Thanks for the intro. I look forward to meeting you.
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> Sent: January-24-12 9:28 AM
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> Subject: [m2m-iwg] Introduction - Nicholas Humfrey
> I have recently been invited to the Face to Face next Tuesday, so I
> would introduce myself.
> My day job is as the Technical Architect for BBC Radio and Music Online.
> by night I have spent some time working on various open source projects. I
> first got involved in MQTT through the Smart Labs projects while I was at
> University of Southampton:
> A long time ago I created the WebSphere::MQTT:Client perl module:
> More recently I have worked on:
> Ruby Gem Client: http://github.com/njh/ruby-mqtt Basic iPhone App:
> http://github.com/njh/marquette MQTT library for Nanode:
> http://github.com/njh/NanodeMQTT HTTP/REST bridge for retained
> messages: http://test-mosquitto.heroku.com/ Event driven Ruby Gem and
> server: http://github.com/njh/ruby-em-mqtt
> 1-wire to MQTT bridge (written in C): https://github.com/njh/owmqtt
> One of the things I really like MQTT for is as an aggregation point for
> different technologies and devices.
> The BBC has an interest in push technologies (possibly including MQTT) for
> mass-distribution of event and metadata to web browsers and radio devices.
> An example of this is the RadioVis protocol, which is used to send images
> text to hybrid radios. We also currently send LiveText and now playing
> information to some of the radio pages:
> I am pushing BBC Radio LiveText to Roger Light's test mosquitto server as
> I look forward to meeting you all,
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