Re: [gaia] Ideas for a 2021 plan

Marc Bruyere <marc@iij.ad.jp> Mon, 08 February 2021 06:15 UTC

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Hi Leandro and all,

Le 2021/02/01 à 15:03, Marc Bruyere a écrit :
> - internet for people and the planet: the internet as part of the 
> problem and part of the solution? (how an internet for everyone can be 
> sustainable)
This is a very good question and kind of obsess me specially in the last 
couple of years.
Could find some responses only in sociological research.
I suggest to open up this discussion to another research field (in 
particular sociology).
Our classical IRTF scientific and technical background is not suitable 
for an holistic view.

> - public vs private internet: traffic, content, neutrality
Been working around the ideas brought by this last position paper at 
SIGCOMM20.
https://dl.acm.org/doi/pdf/10.1145/3387514.3405875
and the video from Scott Shenker
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hwzssr1awqo

Below is a panel discussion with IXPs communities representatives from 
various regions. For me the result is not there yet and need more effort.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I8aYqbK9RPM

> - the maintenance of a public internet commons: software, protocols 
> interoperability, applications, infrastructure (e.g. NTP, IXP, etc)
Will like to contribute on the above topic with Open Source programmable 
data plane including Automation SDN to simplify operation for small IXPs 
to largest ones.



When do we plan to have our next session ?

Rgds

/mb