Thursday, August 2 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Roundtable: Archiving the Decentralized Web

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Information on the Web disappears all the time. How do we create a persistent, reliable archive of everything ever published on the DWeb?

Join this critical discussion about how we can secure online media forever.  We'll establish what is being done, what the problem areas lie ahead, and do both a landscape analysis and a gap analysis of what is missing.

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Matt Davis

Director of Engineering, Third and Grove
Matt is a software engineer with a passion for exploring possibilities at the intersection of human rights and emerging technology. With a background in international human rights works as well as the Drupal and Angular open source communities, he is excited to be volunteering as... Read More →
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Chris Freeland

Director of Open Libraries, Internet Archive
Chris Freeland is the Director of Open Libraries at the Internet Archive, working with partners in the library world to select, source, digitize and lend the most useful books for scholars, students, library patrons and people with disabilities around the world. Before joining the... 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 →

Thursday August 2, 2018 3:30pm - 4:30pm
[G] Open Source Room 88 5th Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

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