Anonymous TCP/IP to debut at CodeCon
The DIY conference is back
The latest installment of the CodeCon trilogy has been unveiled, as the coders DIY technical conference brings a mix of old hands and bedsit coders to San Francisco next month.
Highlights of CodeCon 2004 include FunFS, a low latency, userspace file system; the in house source code management system that's been used by DEC/Compaq's microprocessor design team for the past five years, Vesta, and a presentation from Roger Dingledine on a second-generation anonymizing overlay to TCP/IP. " Freely available unpatented Onion Routing code has been a cypherpunk goal for more than a decade," note the organizers.
The event takes place over a long weekend (February 20 to 22) and registration is $95, with a $20 early bird discount. For value for money, it's one of the highlights of the calendar. Highlights of previous CodeCons have included the Peek-A-Booty anonymous browser, and Alluvium "swarm radio", a peer to peer broadcasting infrastructure that reminds the RIAA that their problems have only just begun.
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