2019 IPFS Camp 1st batch of recordings are out!

by David Dias on 2019-07-20

You read it right, the recordings from IPFS Camp are starting to get out, grab them while they are HAWT 🔥

For this batch we have:

⚡️ Lightning Talks

Presenter Name & GitHub handle Topic Slides Recording
Justin Maier (@justmaier) and Victor Rortvedt (@twoirtter) Introducing The Gathering, a web app built with Libp2p to improve in-person networking at conferences and gatherings PDF Video
Alex Potsides (@achingbrain) npm on IPFS: Using IPFS to install your JavaScript dependencies 📦 HTML Video
Shokunin (@leshokunin) Building a Dropbox replacement on IPFS and Textile PDF Video
Makoto Inoue (@makoto) ENS + IPFS: Using ENS as a naming system for IPFS PDF Video
Benjamin Kampmann (@gnunicorn) Changing the record: Using substrate to add a custom blockchain to your IPFS dweb app PDF - Google Slides Video
Andrew Nesbitt (@andrew) Republishing a project’s npm dependencies to IPFS as a micro-registry 📦 N/A (video talk) Video
Blake Joyce (@bjoyce3) Who wins in a fight: Superman, HTTPS, or IPFS? PDF Video
Pierre Neidhardt (@ambrevar) Package distribution using IPFS on Guix 📦 PDF Video
Adrian Lanzafame (@lanzafame) A quick look into the Pinning API proposal PDF Video
Dmitry Starodubcev (@xhipster) CYB: Your personal robot on the Great Web PDF Video
Eric Myhre (@warpfork) Solving the distributed naming problem (!) in the applied cases of package management 📦 PDF Video
Héctor Sanjuán (@hsanjuan) go-ds-crdt: CRDT KV stores arrive in go-land HTML Video
Brendan O’Brien (@b5) Using dsync for point-to-point DAG transfer PDF Video
Andrew Hill (@andrewxhill) Content addressing and personal data sovereignty PDF Video
Kinuko Yasuda (@kinu) and Jim Pick (@jimpick) Signed exchanges in Chrome PDF Video
Edgar Lee (@hinshun) Containerd meets IPFS PDF Video
Antoine Eddi (@aeddi) Implementing libp2p over Bluetooth Low Energy PDF Video
Irakli Gozalishvili (@gozala) Inter Planetary Data Feed (IPDF) PDF Video
Gonçalo Pestana (@gpestana) Privacy in P2P networks: DHTs and IPFS PDF Video
Victor Grishchenko (@gritzko) An overview of RON PDF Video
Rüdiger Klaehn (@rklaehn) Actyx’s experiences on building with IPFS PDF Video
Jonathan Budd (@cesarosum) Peergos: E2E encrypted storage and social network on IPFS PDF Video
André Cruz (@satazor) Introducing Nomios Website Video
Alexandre Trottier (@postables) Why open source matters and how individuals can further the movement PDF Video
Andrew Hill (@andrewxhill) Textile SLIDES Video
Matt Ober (@obo20) IPFS Industry Trends SLIDES Video
Zhanna Sharipova (@sharipova) Anytype SLIDES Video

📃 Poster Projects

Topic Owner Description Recording
HTTP gateways autonome
@autonome
An IPFS Gateway acts as a bridge between traditional web browsers and IPFS. Video
The intricacies of DWeb Addressing lidel
@lidel
Systems like IPFS use hashes of data to reference content by itself, rather than by an arbitrary location/name. With this comes compatability and human concerns around referencing data. Video
IPLD Selectors maparent
@maparent
IPLD Selectors are expressions that identify (“select”) a subset of nodes in an IPLD dag. i.e. subsets of IPLD objects. Video
Graphsync b5
@b5
A protocol to synchronize graphs across peers. Video
KeyStore gozala
@gozala
A secure and simple way of storing and managing keypairs (for IPFS services). Video
NPM-on-IPFS achingbrain
@achingbrain
Let’s take NPM and put it on IPFS. Video
DAG walking facilities in IPLD warpfork
@warpfork
The goal of IPLD is to enable decentralized data-structures that are universally addressable and linkable. Video
IPFS/libp2p PubSub whyrusleeping
@whyrusleeping
Publish-Subscribe, called ‘pubsub’ for short, is a pattern often used to handle events in large-scale networks. Video
CRDTs parkan
@parkan
A “Conflict-free replicated data type” is a data structure which can be replicated across multiple computers in a network, without conflicts! Video
IPFS Nodes carsonfarmer
@carsonfarmer
A general overview of what it means to be/implement an IPFS node. Video
IPFS DHT gpestana
@gpestana
IPFS uses a Distributed Hash Table (DHT) to keep track of various types of data, such as content provider records. Video
Mutable File System (MFS) leshokunin
@leshokunin
Mutable File System (MFS) is a tool built into IPFS that lets you treat files like you would a normal name-based filesystem. Video
Bitswap jacobheun
@jacobheun
Bitswap is the data trading module for IPFS. Its purpose is to request blocks from and send blocks to other peers in the network. Video
PeerPad internals jimpick
@jimpick
PeerPad is a decentralized editor that allows concurrent writing of text. Video
go-ipfs Infrastructure stebalien
@stebalien
This topic should cover what it takes to initialize a go-IPFS node, and connect it to a public P2P network. Video
IPFS Cluster meiqimichelle
@meiqimichelle
IPFS Cluster is a stand-alone application and a CLI client that allocates, replicates, and tracks pins across a cluster of IPFS daemons. Video Part-1
Video Part-2
Textile internals andrewxhill
@andrewxhill
Textile is a set of tools and trust-less infrastructure for building censorship resistant and privacy preserving applications. Video
The design of the IPFS Repo dignifiedquire
@dignifiedquire
A repo is the storage repository of an IPFS node. It is the subsystem that actually stores the data IPFS nodes use. Video
IPFS/Libp2p content routing bigs
@bigs
The IPFS routing system utilizes “content provider records” hosted on a distributed key-value store to resolve content providers. Video
Circuit Relay ianopolous
@ianopolous
The circuit relay is a means to establish connectivity between libp2p nodes (e.g. IPFS nodes) that wouldn’t otherwise be able to establish a direct connection to each other. Video
Swarming (concept) mburns
@mburns
Swarming is a software method that takes advantage of multiple peers (the “swarm”) to fulfill a task which may be easily distributed. Video
IPNS aschmahmann
@aschmahmann
IPNS is a system for creating and updating mutable links to IPFS content. Video

There are more to come, keep posted!

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Enjoy all the recordings and have a great week!

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