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Wednesday, August 1 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Roundtable: How do we make the Decentralized Web work in browsers of today?

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What do we need to make decentralized tools work in today’s browsers? How do those browsers need to evolve to handle a decentralized future? How do we evolve WebRTC, Javascript, key management and local storage in this landscape?

Join top product engineers from Firefox, Chrome and Brave browsers, along with architects of decentralized protocols in this roundtable discussion about the roadmap forward.  We'll discuss the current status of browser integrations and extensions, as well as gaps we need to fill.

Moderators
avatar for Omayeli Arenyeka

Omayeli Arenyeka

Software Engineer & Artist, Independent
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Daniel Erasmus

Founder and Director, Digital Thinking Network
For well over than 20 years The DTN has facilitated more than a 100 leadership, innovation and scenario sets on 4 continents, leading to groundbreaking strategic initiatives as well as breakthrough innovation.  DTN processes together with Erasmus.io AI/ big data analytics anticipated... Read More →
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Paul Lindner

Google
Paul Lindner is a Software Engineer at Google and a contributor to the Perkeep personal archiving project.  Paul is a long-time Internet and open-source developer and was one of the founders of the Internet Gopher and a key contributor to Apache Shindig and the OpenSocial Founda... Read More →

Speakers
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Dietrich Ayala

Developer, Mozilla
Dietrich Ayala is a developer advocate at Mozilla, the non-profit makers of the Firefox web browser, where he's been working for internet freedom and shipping open source software to hundreds of millions of people for over a decade.
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Paul Frazee

Co-Creator, Beaker Browser
Paul is the co-creator of the Beaker browser and an active contributor to the Dat protocol. Previously Paul helped found the Secure Scuttlebutt project, and has a history of working at small Web development agencies. He's here to talk about peer-to-peer computing and how the Web can... Read More →
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Ben Livshits

Chief Scientist, Brave Software
Ben Livshits is Chief Scientist for Brave Software (https://brave.com/), the company behind the Brave browser, a fast, open source, privacy-focused browser that blocks intrusive ads and trackers. He is also a Reader at Imperial College London and an affiliate professor at the University of Washington. Previously, he was a research scientist at Microsoft... Read More →
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Alex Russell

Sr. Staff Software Engineer, Google
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David Temkin

Chief Product Officer, Brave Software
David is Chief Product Officer at Brave Software. He's previously managed engineering and product/business teams at Apple, AOL, Palm, and Hightail,  and has been a pioneer in new product categories. He was an early innovator in the area of Rich Internet Applications (RIAs), having... Read More →



Wednesday August 1, 2018 1:30pm - 3:00pm
[F] Fair Use Salon 88 5th Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

Attendees (63)