Online / 5 & 6 February 2022

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Web3 Infrastructure devroom


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Saturday Open Source Data with Ceramic
Why the future of the web is self-certifying
Scaffold a Holochain App in 10 minutes
Demo and workshop for making a simple, functional Holochain App with scaffolding tools
Building Web3's Video Infrastructure Layer
Why Openness and Decentralization Matters with livepeer
Mixing Peer to Peer Protocols on the Web
With The Agregore Web Browser
Introduction to Neighbourhoods
A Holochain-based framework for reputation data
Scaling a Decentralized Metaverse in Browser without Data Leaks
Hacking old tech to achieve new protocols
Sunday Decentralized Self Sovereign Trust Graphs Peergos - Combining peer-to-peer connectivity, end-to-end encryption and fine grained access control to build a secure and privacy focused self-certifying web protocol Āhau: Māori Identity & Data Sovereignty WASM for dummies
A very short primer in a series of acts
AquaVM: Empowering distributed systems with Fluence xHumanity and Web3
xHumanity - reputation, reduction of fake news, and privacy
Commoditizing P2P development
With Aqua language and Fluence
Earthstar
The merits of being a bicycle when everything else is a hyperloop.
Edges Are Infrastructure: IPFS Everywhere for a More Resilient Future
Adventures in IPFS support across Bluetooth, mobile devices, XR and more!
The Quark Browser
Uncovering the paths through the web
Swarm, what's in it for me?
Developers edition
State of libp2p
Status quo and future roadmap of the peer-to-peer networking library libp2p.
Hyper Hyper Space: In-browser p2p applications
A quick tour on using the browser as a p2p node
Collabortive group self-awareness with Where, a Holochain app
A demo of how distributed ledger tech can up-regulate group capacity.
Verifiable Credentials and Decentralized Identifiers with DIDKit Building Interoperable Applications with Solid in 2022 How to build a free and open cloud

Read the Call for Papers at https://github.com/lekanova/Web3-FOSDEM/blob/main/README.md.

Event Speakers Start End

Saturday

  Open Source Data with Ceramic
Why the future of the web is self-certifying
Joel Thorstensson 14:00 14:30
  Scaffold a Holochain App in 10 minutes
Demo and workshop for making a simple, functional Holochain App with scaffolding tools
guillem.cordoba 15:00 15:30
  Building Web3's Video Infrastructure Layer
Why Openness and Decentralization Matters with livepeer
Jaron Vietor 15:30 16:00
  Mixing Peer to Peer Protocols on the Web
With The Agregore Web Browser
Mauve Signweaver 16:00 16:30
  Introduction to Neighbourhoods
A Holochain-based framework for reputation data
Emaline Friedman 17:00 17:30
  Scaling a Decentralized Metaverse in Browser without Data Leaks
Hacking old tech to achieve new protocols
Mark Nadal 17:30 18:05

Sunday

  Decentralized Self Sovereign Trust Graphs Harlan Wood 09:30 10:00
  Peergos - Combining peer-to-peer connectivity, end-to-end encryption and fine grained access control to build a secure and privacy focused self-certifying web protocol kevin o'dwyer 10:00 10:30
  Āhau: Māori Identity & Data Sovereignty Mix Irving 10:30 11:00
  WASM for dummies
A very short primer in a series of acts
Divya Mohan 11:00 11:30
  AquaVM: Empowering distributed systems with Fluence Mike Voronov 11:30 12:00
  xHumanity and Web3
xHumanity - reputation, reduction of fake news, and privacy
Cosmin Vranceanu 12:00 12:25
  Commoditizing P2P development
With Aqua language and Fluence
Dmitry Kurinskiy 12:30 13:05
  Earthstar
The merits of being a bicycle when everything else is a hyperloop.
Sam Gwilym 13:05 13:30
  Edges Are Infrastructure: IPFS Everywhere for a More Resilient Future
Adventures in IPFS support across Bluetooth, mobile devices, XR and more!
Dietrich Ayala 13:30 13:55
  The Quark Browser
Uncovering the paths through the web
Joy Q Zhang 14:00 14:30
  Swarm, what's in it for me?
Developers edition
Rinke Hendriksen 14:30 15:00
  State of libp2p
Status quo and future roadmap of the peer-to-peer networking library libp2p.
Max Leonard Inden 15:00 15:30
  Hyper Hyper Space: In-browser p2p applications
A quick tour on using the browser as a p2p node
Santiago Bazerque 15:30 16:00
  Collabortive group self-awareness with Where, a Holochain app
A demo of how distributed ledger tech can up-regulate group capacity.
Eric Harris-Braun 16:00 16:30
  Verifiable Credentials and Decentralized Identifiers with DIDKit Charles Lehner 16:30 16:55
  Building Interoperable Applications with Solid in 2022 Jackson Morgan 17:00 17:25
  How to build a free and open cloud Adam Souzis 17:30 18:00