Thursday, August 2 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Roundtable: Storage in the DWeb

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In a decentralized world, where should I store my data? Who pays for that storage? How do we make it persistent, accessible and private? How does decentralized storage change the paradigm for all web applications?

This is a discussion with experts in the field to identify the problems that need to be solved; we'll identify current approaches and roadblocks, and list the gaps that still need to be tackled.  If there's time, we will imagine paradigm shifts when data is no longer stored by app-makers.

The conclusions from this Roundtable will be published on the site and presented at various fora in October.

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Mek Karpeles

Software Engineer, Internet Archive/Open Library
(@mekarpeles on GitHub) is a software engineer and citizen of the world dedicated to curating a living map of the universe's knowledge. His philosophies on open access and semantic knowledge systems can be explored at https://michaelkarpeles.com.  
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John N. Kelly

Facilitator, Independent
John Kelly has facilitated hundreds of workshops and meetings to help clients understand and make decisions about complex issues.  Recently he has been an advisor to CivicMakers.com and Topicquests.org.  He worked as a trainer/consultant for Global Business Network, teaching and... Read More →

Thursday August 2, 2018 11:00am - 12:30pm
[D] Peabody Room 88 5th Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

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