Wednesday, August 1 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Workshop: Building the Peer-to-Peer Internet

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Participants will learn about community networks, wireless mesh networks, distributed applications, and train their pet Raspberry Pi to do networking things. This is a hands-on session where participants will use IPFS and Secure Scuttlebutt on a mesh network of Raspberry Pis, then perhaps become future facilitators of this open-source workshop.

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Benedict Lau

DWeb Camp Network Coordinator, Toronto Mesh
Benedict Lau is an engineer who tells stories of technology practices that bring communities together. He studies distributed protocols and collective governance of digital infrastructures. When not “on email”, he builds passable open source tools and facilitates activities about... Read More →
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Dawn Walker

Environmental Data & Governance Initiative
Dawn Walker is a PhD student at the University of Toronto focused on participatory design tactics for grassroots environmental monitoring civic technologies. Based in Toronto, she has organized workshops on mesh networking and decentralized technologies with Toronto Mesh. As a... Read More →

Wednesday August 1, 2018 3:30pm - 5:00pm
[M] Wayback Ballroom 88 5th Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

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