[arch-d] Musings on Internet evolution

Guntur Wiseno Putra <gsenopu@gmail.com> Thu, 09 July 2020 03:49 UTC

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Date: Thu, 9 Jul 2020 10:49:27 +0700
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Subject: [arch-d] Musings on Internet evolution
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Dear Jarri, Bill &
architecture-discuss,

(Beside "emergency telecommunication" of which the Internet is to be part
of in relation with "emergency response" to the pandemic Covid-19/Corona
virus I mentioned in this architecture-discuss times ago

https://mailarchive.ietf.org/arch/msg/architecture-discuss/thlgeoDJElb71D1jjq4X9hKgyFU/

,) it seems to be a way of evolvability/evolution --a typically
collaborative one and at least a potential one as I imagine with no a
careful reading-- the Internet take: how the Internet of Things inspires
the Web of Things among which there is a concern with agriculture where
there are initiatives on E-Agriculture considering "big data for disaster
resilience" and "working and studying from home" while Research Data
Alliance regarding with agriculture and the current global pandemic
Covid-19/Corona virus.

A thread at the Public-AgriW3C Community Group mailing list "WoT
Collaboration" reflects that mind above:

https://www.w3.org/mid/507fd4a3-896c-0310-b0ba-655513fcc24e@
affrc.go.jp;list=public-agri


To summarize, it is about initiatives:

- The Web of Things for The Internet of Things (section Introduction of the
document "WoT Architecture"); & the section 4.1.8. Agriculture
https://www.w3.org/TR/2020/REC-wot-architecture-20200409/#agriculture

- publications on E-Agriculture published by the International
Telecommunication Union (ITU): https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/I
CT-Applications/Pages/e-agriculture.aspx

- (In relation with the current pandemic Covid 19, this may have such a
relevance:)
Case Study 1. "Big Data Ecosystem for Disaster Resilience" in
"E-Agriculture in Action: Big Data for Agriculture" (ed. G. Sylvester, pp.
37-44) https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/ICT-Applications/Documents/Publ
ications/Big%20Data%20for%20Agriculture.pdf

- Research Data Alliance activities on fata engineering: "RDA Covid-19" and
"agrisemantics" readings referring to the RDA also.

https://www.rd-alliance.org/group/rda-covid19-rda-covid19-omics-rda-covid19-
epidemiology-rda-covid19-clinical-rda-covid19-0

https://www.rd-alliance.org/groups/agrisemantics-wg.html

- (While there is the "Big Data for Disaster Resilience" mentioned above,)
I finded this initiative on agriculture in times of home-based activities
of which there was a relevance of the current pandemic Covid-19: "Working
and Studying from Home? FAO Has A Lot to Share"
http://www.fao.org/publications/highlights-detail/en/c/1269559/


Regard,
Guntur Wiseno Putra

Pada Rabu, 08 Juli 2020, Bill Woodcock <woody@pch.net> menulis:

>
>
> > On Jul 8, 2020, at 3:26 PM, Jari Arkko <jari.arkko@piuha.net> wrote:
> >
> > Colin, Tommy, Alissa and me wrote some thoughts on COVID-19 impacts,
> Internet evolution, and future challenges. See here:
> >
> > http://www.circleid.com/posts/20200707-evolving-the-internet
> -through-covid-19-and-beyond/
> >
> > But what do you think? What do you think has fuelled evolution, what do
> you see in store in these processes in the future, and what bigger
> challenges do you think we face in the Internet? Do you see other changes
> that functional aspects, e.g., about the way evolution happens? (We’ve seen
> some movement from standards to open source-based interoperability, for
> instance.)
>
> I assume you saw this:   http://www.oecd.org/coronavir
> us/policy-responses/keeping-the-internet-up-and-running-in-t
> imes-of-crisis-4017c4c9/
>
> We had quite a lot of expert input which didn’t make it into the report,
> as well, which I can summarize, if people are interested.
>
> From my point of view, I think the most interesting finding is that this
> is the end of network-to-network (i.e. routed subnet) VPNs for home-office
> situations.  While that was supportable for a few executives, it doesn’t
> work if most of your workforce is WFH.
>
> One of the big positives in the “new normal” has been the democratization
> of Internet governance meetings…  My colleagues Sara Alamin and Gaël
> Hernandez have a brief article coming out shortly on that topic.  When
> meetings happen online, they’re less dominated by people from countries
> which issue each other travel visas and which have inexpensive and frequent
> air travel between each other.  That’s good news, in a
> more-eyes-on-the-problem sense, and in a design-that-works-better-for-e
> verybody-works-better-for-everybody sense.
>
> The main conclusion I’ve been seeing people draw from the Zoom situation
> is that we’ve passed some sort of tipping-point of ridiculousness in the
> everything-as-a-service, in-the-cloud shitshow, and that governments,
> particularly, need to get back to a point where they’re capable of standing
> on their own feet and operating the services they need, using code they’re
> familiar with.  So, good news for open-source and open-standards, if people
> pay attention to that.
>
>                                 -Bill
>
>