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[Talk Proposal] Web 3.0 with IPFS #21

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aeddi opened this issue Aug 12, 2019 · 5 comments
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@aeddi aeddi commented Aug 12, 2019

About your talk

Title

Web 3.0 with IPFS

Languages

  • 馃嚝馃嚪
  • 馃嚞馃嚙

Estimated duration (max 20 min)

~15 min

Required knowledge level

Network Cryptography Blockchain General Tech
[ ] None [ ] None [鉁揮 None [ ] None
[鉁揮 Beginner [鉁揮 Beginner [ ] Beginner [ ] Beginner
[ ] Advanced [ ] Advanced [ ] Advanced [鉁揮 Advanced
[ ] Expert [ ] Expert [ ] Expert [ ] Expert

Video recording

  • Yes (mandatory)
  • Yes (if possible)
  • No

Description of your talk

I will present an IPFS overview, the solutions it provides to decentralize / distribute the web and the issues it faces, explaining the different underlying technical concepts in a way accessible to a neophyte.

Here is a presentation plan:

Current web:

  • How the current web works?
  • What are the problems of the current web?

Web 3.0:

  • Key concepts:
    • Public key cryptography
    • Cryptographic hashes
    • Swarm / p2p network
  • IPFS overview:
    • PeerID
    • CID
    • Content addressed
    • Name system
    • Content pinning
    • Use cases

About you

  • Name: Antoine Eddi
  • Matrix handle: @aeddi-berty
  • Discord handle: @aeddi#1523
  • Other contact info: antoine@berty.tech
  • Links to your previous talks: N/A
  • Other (your projects, etc...): Berty
  • Availability (monthly number): 3, 4, ..., 鈭
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@catwell catwell commented Aug 12, 2019

If you do an IPFS talk I hope you talk about how you can replace non-GET HTTP verbs as well (e.g. how do you submit a form, make a comments system...).

Most most talks about IPFS I have seen get into technical implementation details, and at the end you are left with "OK, that can let me distribute my front-end code, but that's the easy part... what about the backend?".

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@aeddi aeddi commented Aug 13, 2019

If you do an IPFS talk I hope you talk about how you can replace non-GET HTTP verbs as well (e.g. how do you submit a form, make a comments system...).

I don't intend to discuss these topics in this talk, sorry :)
In fact, I plan to address topics such as: differences in terms of trust model, connection model, content routing, etc... So a layer underneath the application development.

The goal of the talk is to be less than 20 min while remaining accessible to neophytes. And I think it's better to start with an intro of this type before moving on to the higher level considerations.

But it might be a good idea to follow up with a talk on "How to develop a webapp on top of IPFS", at a later event or why not, if someone is motivated to do so, during the same event, right after this introductory talk.

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@moul moul commented Aug 26, 2019

This talk is announced for Paris-P2P-#2 on 2019-10-02

-> https://p2p.paris/en/event/monthly-2/

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@moul moul commented Aug 26, 2019

@moul moul added the planned label Aug 26, 2019
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@moul moul commented Oct 3, 2019

Nice talk, @aeddi can you upload the slides somewhere and put a link in this issue?

Thanks!

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