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Audio Interview: Mozilla's Nils Ohlmeier about Firefox and WebRTC

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Want to learn the latest about WebRTC inside of Firefox? Nils Ohlmeier from Mozilla sat down for an interview at the IIT RTC Conference last week with Mark Fletcher of the Avaya Podcast Network. I found it quite a useful explanation of what Mozilla is doing with Firefox and how different aspects of WebRTC come into play in different parts of Firefox. Give it a listen...

Heading to Romania to ION Bucharest for DNSSEC, IPv6, routing security and more

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This week I will briefly be in Bucharest, Romania, for the Internet Society's ION Bucharest conference. We've got a great set of sessions on the agenda, including:

  • Deploying DNSSEC
  • Romanian DNSSEC Case Study
  • Let's Encrypt & DANE
  • Mind Your MANRS & the Routing Resilience Manifesto
  • The Case for IPv6
  • IPv6 Success Stories
  • What's Happening at the IETF? Internet Standards and How To Get Involved

I will have two roles in the event tomorrow:

I enjoy doing the production of live video streams and so this should be a good bit of fun (it's also intense work in the midst of it).

You can WATCH LIVE starting at 14:00 EEST (UTC+3, or 7 hours ahead of the US East Coast where I live).

The sessions will also be recorded for later viewing.

It will be a short trip for me. I'm currently (Tuesday morning) writing this from the Munich airport. I land in Bucharest tonight. The event is tomorrow - and then I fly home Thursday afternoon.

Despite the short visit, I'm looking forward to it - it should be a great event!

An audio commentary on this topic is also available:

Photo credit: Nico Trinkhaus on Flickr - CC BY NC