We Fix the Net
|Description||We Fix the Net session will include talks on developing secure alternatives to current internet protocols. We might hold an organized discussion or panel as well. This session is organized by GNUnet and pEp, and acts as a successor to the YBTI sessions of previous years.|
|Processing assembly||GNUNet & pEp|
|Language|| en - English |
en - English
|Subtitle||We Fix The Net Short Talks|
|Starts at||2016/12/28 15:00|
|Ends at||2016/12/28 18:45|
|Subtitle||Opertunistic Email Encryption|
|Starts at||2016/12/28 18:45|
|Ends at||2016/12/28 19:45|
|Subtitle||MinimaLT in Ethos with Jon A. Solworth and Janosch Rux|
|Starts at||2016/12/28 14:00|
|Ends at||2016/12/28 15:00|
Please see the numerous sessions organized by the Free Software Foundation Europe on 27, 28, and 29 December as well.
15:20 Hall B - Xolotl : A compact mixnet format with stronger forward secrecy and hybrid anonymity - Jeff Burdges - 20 min
16:50 Hall B - Towards Distributed Online Voting - Robert Riemann <firstname.lastname@example.org> - 25 min - URL?
17:15 Hall B - Permission to chat? (n+1)sec and the challenges of decentralized authorization in secure multi-party chat systems - Richard King (eQualit.ie) - 20 min - https://equalit.ie/portfolio/np1sec/
19:15 Panel on opportunistic email encryption - Holger Krekel (Autocrypt), fdik (pEp), Neal Walfield (GPG) - 15 min
Notes : We suggest that anyone giving talks install simplescreenrecorder to capture their screen, while giving the presentation (start it *after* connecting to the projector to get the right resolution), this gives us a digital capture of the screen.