Last week I went to Kamailio World 2016 in Berlin to meet fellow VoIP-developers and tell them all about Matrix. It's a fairly small conference, which is actually quite nice as it means you get to talk to almost everyone. A lot of people were interested in Matrix - both new and familiar faces - in fact, some of them heard about Matrix a year ago at Kamailio World 2015 and were interested in hearing what progress we've made since.

As always, Matrix participated in James Body's dangerous demos session - and I also gave a 30min talk on Matrix and recent updates to a full room on the first day of the conference.

Several people mentioned that Matrix could be interesting to their project, either as a glue between services, or for adding text-based chat to VoIP apps. I hope to see some of you in Matrix at some point - please join us in #matrix:matrix.org and say hi! It's also a good place to ask questions and discuss how Matrix can work with your project. Auf Wiedersehen!

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