22 Jan 2003 Bram   » (Master)

The CodeCon 2003 program is now announced, and registration is open.

CodeCon 2003 will be February 22-24, noon-6pm at Club NV in San Francisco, California.

All presentations will given by one of the active developers, and accompanied by a functional demo.

CodeCon presentations will include:

  • Advogato - Good metadata, even when under attack, based on a trust metric

  • Alluvium - p2p media streaming for low-bandwidth broadcasters

  • Bayonne - Telephony application services for freely licensed operating systems

  • Cryptopy - pure Python crypto

  • DeepGreen - Agent Oriented investment analysis designed to be self-funding

  • GNU radio - Hacking the RF Spectrum with Free Software and Hardware

  • HOTorNOT - People submit their picture for others to rate from 1 to 10

  • Hydan - Steganographically conceal a message into an executable application

  • Khashmir - A distributed hash table library upon which applications can be built

  • Mixminion - A next-generation anonymous remailer

  • Neurogrid - Decentralized Fuzzy Meta-Data Search

  • OpenRatings - An open source professor ratings engine

  • Paketto Keiretsu - Interesting and Useful Techniques for TCP/IP Networking

  • YouServ - A communal web-hosting system for the masses

  • A panel on version control

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