Brussels / 3 & 4 February 2018

schedule

Decentralised Internet and Privacy devroom


09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Sunday Introduction to the decentralized internet part Can we measure the (de)centralisedness of the Internet with RIPE Atlas? Get your decentralized project some EU funding
EU calls free software developers for "Future Hyper-connected Sociality"
Urban places as nodes of a decentralized Internet
The MAZI toolkit and the Openki.net platform
The Generic Data Distribution System of the Retroshare Network
An attempt to solve the problem of perfectly decentralized data distribution
Ring as a free universal distributed communication platform.
The state of the project in 2018.
Building Decentralised Communities with Matrix
Introducing Matrix Communities (and more!) as a decentralised alternative to Slack Teams or Discord Servers
The emPeerTube strikes back
Let's decentralize YouTube !
Contributopia
De-google-ifying is not enough
Peeling onions: understanding and using the Tor network Anonymous Whistleblowing with SecureDrop The Invisible Internet Project
An overview and guide to the technology
Encrypted communication for mere mortals
superheroes welcome, too
Improving the SecureDrop system architecture
Good useability in a high security environment
Measuring security and privacy on the Web
The idea and use of PrivacyScore.org
CryptPad
Encrypted collaborative editing without trusting the server
Servers can't be trusted, and thanks to tamper-proof journals EteSync doesn't need to!
Event Speakers Start End

Sunday

  Introduction to the decentralized internet part Tristan Nitot 09:00 09:15
  Can we measure the (de)centralisedness of the Internet with RIPE Atlas? Emile Aben 09:15 09:30
  Get your decentralized project some EU funding
EU calls free software developers for "Future Hyper-connected Sociality"
hellekin (how) 09:30 10:00
  Urban places as nodes of a decentralized Internet
The MAZI toolkit and the Openki.net platform
Panayotis Antoniadis 10:00 10:30
  The Generic Data Distribution System of the Retroshare Network
An attempt to solve the problem of perfectly decentralized data distribution
Cyril Soler 10:30 11:00
  Ring as a free universal distributed communication platform.
The state of the project in 2018.
S├ębastien Blin 11:00 11:30
  Building Decentralised Communities with Matrix
Introducing Matrix Communities (and more!) as a decentralised alternative to Slack Teams or Discord Servers
Matthew Hodgson 11:30 12:00
  The emPeerTube strikes back
Let's decentralize YouTube !
Luc Didry (Framasky) 12:00 12:30
  Contributopia
De-google-ifying is not enough
Christophe Lafon-Roudier (Pouhiou) 12:30 13:00
  Peeling onions: understanding and using the Tor network Silvia Puglisi (Hiro) 13:00 13:25
  Anonymous Whistleblowing with SecureDrop Jennifer Helsby (redshiftzero) 13:30 13:55
  The Invisible Internet Project
An overview and guide to the technology
Andrew Savchenko 14:00 14:25
  Encrypted communication for mere mortals
superheroes welcome, too
kwadronaut 14:30 14:55
  Improving the SecureDrop system architecture
Good useability in a high security environment
Eric Hartsuyker (heartsucker) 15:00 15:25
  Measuring security and privacy on the Web
The idea and use of PrivacyScore.org
Tobias Mueller 15:30 15:55
  CryptPad
Encrypted collaborative editing without trusting the server
Caleb James DeLisle 16:00 16:25
  Servers can't be trusted, and thanks to tamper-proof journals EteSync doesn't need to! Tom Hacohen 16:30 16:55