Improving Real Time Communication on Linux platform

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60 Minute BoF session
Scheduled: Thursday, September 14, 2017 from 6:30 – 7:30pm in Platinum C

One Line Summary

Web interface for e-mail mining


When it comes to voice and video over IP, most people nowadays are quick to use
Skype, Whatsapp, or Viber. These systems come with a big community of people
though this Software is only free as free as in beer. Protocols and proprietary,
privacy is basically non existent. There are though several free alternatives like
Jitsi, Linphone, Ekiga, Tox (qtox) and Mumble. However, the communities are
often small and due to a lack of servers firewall traversal can be very cumbersome.
Even if all these techniques are also available as open source software, bootstrapping any business relevant network based on these free alternatives is still hard.

Do you have phone numbers in email messages that you have never copied to your address book? Would you like
a systematic way to find them and compare the to your address book?
The talk will be about the project worked for Google Summer of Code on improving real time communication and the first part of it is email mining in order to extract necessary details from the mail and make it into web interface.


  • Biography

    I am a tech speaker with an ability to work on technological projects within the time limit.I have attended some Hackathons where we worked on ideas within the constraint time.I have pitched an idea in August-Fest, Asia’s largest start-up conference.I have been introduced to the open source in FOSSASIA summit 2016-Singapore where I have presented one of my project. I have been also selected for Google Summer of Code under Debian and presented my project in DebConf-CapeTown. My proposals have been accepted in some international conferences such as OSCON- London, DevFest- GDG, Silicon valley, WikiToLearn India conference, mini debconf- Japan, FOSDEM, OSCAL MongoDB world and open source summit-Japan.
    I have been awarded as “women-in tech” and “female innovator” due to the outstanding performance in technology.