Brussels / 1 & 2 February 2020

schedule

Decentralized Internet and Privacy devroom


09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Sunday Close lid to encrypt
Hard disk encryption in Linux suspend mode
Open and federated identities with ID4me
An alternative to "sign in with Facebook"
Identity Box
Decentralized Web of the Future
Decentralized object storage
An open source decentralized object storage
Librecast: Privacy and Decentralization with Multicast
IPv6 Multicast and the Next Generation Internet
SCION - future internet that you can use today RFC 1984
Or why you should start worrying about encryption backdoors and mass data collection
Fixing healthcare data exchange with decentralized FOSS
Building a decentralized Infrastructure to fix medical data exchange in The Netherlands.
P2P how and Kademlia
P2P how and Kademlia
GNUnet: A network protocol stack for building secure, distributed, and privacy-preserving applications
GNUnet basics, the GNU Name System and other applications.
Knocking Down the Nest
secushareBOX - p2p & encrypted IoT and beyond...
Peer-to-peer collaboration, search & discovery
Decentralized collaborative application development
DAT protocol in the browser: Progress and Challenges An Introduction to the Tor Ecosystem for Developers OpenPush
Introducing a Free, Decentralized Push Messaging Framework for Android
The Path to Peer-to-Peer Matrix
In which we throw away DNS and run Matrix clientside over libp2p and friends
Building a Web App that Doesn’t Trust the Server
Securing ProtonMail
MaadiX, your cloud in your hands
Tool Kit and Graphical interface for VPS management
Decentralizing OAuth2.0 in a post-GDPR world for full privacy and portability
Automating, API-fying and Tokenizing GDPR for privacy and portability with open source software
Who will Decentralise the Fediverse?
Self hosting on the Fediverse 3 years on.

Free Software initial promises were to empower individuals when it came to computing. Three decades later, computing practices are tightly coupled to the Internet ecosystem. PCs are less and less used while smartphones are soaring and data is collected and stored on servers on which we have very limited control as users. What happened to user's freedom and privacy in the meantime? The outlook is not so great: we have less and less control over our digital environment. Network neutrality is heavily attacked and mainstream software products are usually proprietary or run on servers we don't have control over. Modern technology has given the powerful new abilities to eavesdrop and collect data on people - with critical social and political consequences.

Developers play a crucial role in the making of decentralized systems and software designed to preserve the privacy of everyone. Speakers will present the technical projects they are involved in. It will be an opportunity to learn about the latest news and be inspired to join them.

Event Speakers Start End

Sunday

  Close lid to encrypt
Hard disk encryption in Linux suspend mode
Tim Dittler 09:00 09:10
  Open and federated identities with ID4me
An alternative to "sign in with Facebook"
Vittorio Bertola 09:10 09:20
  Identity Box
Decentralized Web of the Future
Marcin Czenko 09:20 09:30
  Decentralized object storage
An open source decentralized object storage
Ivan Fraixedes 09:30 09:40
  Librecast: Privacy and Decentralization with Multicast
IPv6 Multicast and the Next Generation Internet
Brett Sheffield 09:40 09:50
  SCION - future internet that you can use today Mateusz Kowalski 09:50 10:00
  RFC 1984
Or why you should start worrying about encryption backdoors and mass data collection
Esther Payne 10:00 10:30
  Fixing healthcare data exchange with decentralized FOSS
Building a decentralized Infrastructure to fix medical data exchange in The Netherlands.
Steven van der Vegt 10:30 11:00
  P2P how and Kademlia
P2P how and Kademlia
Kishan Sagathiya 11:00 11:30
  GNUnet: A network protocol stack for building secure, distributed, and privacy-preserving applications
GNUnet basics, the GNU Name System and other applications.
Martin Schanzenbach 11:30 12:00
  Knocking Down the Nest
secushareBOX - p2p & encrypted IoT and beyond...
Devan Carpenter 12:00 12:30
  Peer-to-peer collaboration, search & discovery
Decentralized collaborative application development
TG x 12:30 13:00
  DAT protocol in the browser: Progress and Challenges Sam Macbeth 13:00 13:30
  An Introduction to the Tor Ecosystem for Developers Alexander Færøy 13:30 14:00
  OpenPush
Introducing a Free, Decentralized Push Messaging Framework for Android
Marcus Hoffmann 14:00 14:30
  The Path to Peer-to-Peer Matrix
In which we throw away DNS and run Matrix clientside over libp2p and friends
Matthew Hodgson 14:30 15:00
  Building a Web App that Doesn’t Trust the Server
Securing ProtonMail
Daniel Huigens 15:00 15:30
  MaadiX, your cloud in your hands
Tool Kit and Graphical interface for VPS management
Maddish Falzoni (MaadiX) 15:30 16:00
  Decentralizing OAuth2.0 in a post-GDPR world for full privacy and portability
Automating, API-fying and Tokenizing GDPR for privacy and portability with open source software
Mehdi Medjaoui 16:00 16:30
  Who will Decentralise the Fediverse?
Self hosting on the Fediverse 3 years on.
kyzh 16:30 17:00