In 2016, an early group of builders, policymakers, journalists and archivists gathered at the Internet Archive for the first Decentralized Web Summit to “Lock the Web Open” for good. A lot has happened since then! Today more than ever before, we understand that the current Web is not private, secure, reliable or free from censorship. By distributing data, processing and hosting across millions of computers worldwide with no centralized control, a new “decentralized” web can remain open, empowering users to better manage and protect their own personal data.
Today decentralized web technologies are expanding every day. Join us for the Decentralized Web Summit 2018: Global Visions/Working Code on July 31-August 2 in San Francisco. Our goal is to bring the builders, policymakers and the global community members who will use the Decentralized Web together to explore the visions, values and working code needed. What could it look like at scale? How can people around the world use and benefit from these technologies? What code is working and what is still missing? What do we need to collaborate on in the future?
At the Decentralized Web Summit 2018, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, creator of the World Wide Web, will share his latest work on the decentralized project, SOLID. Internet creator and Google Internet Evangelist, Vint Cerf, Mozilla Board Chair, Mitchell Baker, Internet Archive Digital Librarian, Brewster Kahle, IPFS Founder, Juan Benet, and the leaders of the non-profit DAT Project will be among the community of builders sharing their work in this quickly evolving ecosystem.
Organized by the Internet Archive and Aspiration, our goal is to align the values of the Open Web with principles of decentralization. To bring together global communities to co-create infrastructure and tools we can trust. To write code that supports privacy, security, self-sovereign data and digital memory. Intrigued? Sign up for more information. Be the first to hear when registration officially opens.
Pingback: News Roundup (April 24, 2018) | LJ infoDOCKET
I cannot attend, but this provides hope for an indie author. The Alliance for Independent Authors is now investigation Blockchain for authors to see if we can be freed to sell directly to readers.
please reply ، can we share on our website?
Yes, please do share!
when leaders of the non-profit DAT Project will be among the community of builders sharing their work in this quickly evolving ecosystem?
Yes, absolutely. Danielle Robinson, Joe Hand, as well as many DAT contributors have been invited and indicated they will attend.
Thanks for your suggestion!
Pingback: More Thoughts on a Decentralized Web – Michael McCallister: Notes from the Metaverse