There are videos covering bufferbloat:
- A short bufferbloat video, of slightly over 8 minutes, which includes both demonstrations, but elides most of the explanation.
- The longer version of the video clocks in at 21 minutes, includes both demonstrations, but gives a simplified explanation of bufferbloat’s cause, to encourage people to dig yet further.
- Google Tech Talk on bufferbloat, by Jim Gettys
- Dave Täht's "Water Videos"
There are two main printed publications at this time:
these are Bufferbloat: Dark Buffers in the Internet by Jim Gettys and Kathleen Nichols that appeared in the January issue of the CACM, and BufferBloat: What's Wrong with the Internet?, a discussion of Vint Cerf, Van Jacobson, Jim Gettys, and Nick Weaver that appeared in the February issue of CACM.
Manager: Dave Täht, Jim Gettys, Matt Taggart, Shane Turner, Toke Høiland-Jørgensen
Developer: abdul hakeem, Aidan Williams, Alan Silva, alex martin, Alexander Dupuy, Andrew McGregor, Bill McGonigle, Bill Rainey, Brian Clapper, Brian Watters, Bruce Atherton, C Alaric Moore, Chatchong Ariyawong, Chih Ming Lin, Christopher Bortz, clark david, Colin Henson, Cris R., Curtis Blackburn, Dave Täht, David Brown, David Lang, David Taht, Davis McPherson, Denis Ovsienko, Dhanraj M, Don Marti, Ellis Rubio, Emmanuel Galanos, Eric Raymond, Evan Hunt, Fabian Schneider, Felipe Contreras, Felix Fietkau, Frank Horowitz, Gabriel Ohai, Geoff Collyer, George Bonser, Gokul Bhat, Gregory P Smith, Harald Kleppe, Holger Winkelmann, J G, jacopo cesareo, James Cassell, James Reisert, Jan Pedro Tumusok, Jay Moran, Jesper Dangaard Brouer, Jesse Krembs, Jim Gettys, Jo-Philipp Wich, Joe Oldendick, John Linville, John Thomas, Jon Masters, Jonathan Morton, Juliusz Chroboczek, Justin McCann, Kamal Mostafa, Kathleen Nichols, Ken Landau, Kenyon Ralph, Ketan Kulkarni, Kim Hawtin, Koen Holtman, Leo Bicknell, Luca Dionisi, Luis Rodriguez, Luke H, Maciej Soltysiak, Marc Franco, Marc Manthey, Marcos Antonio Rosa, Mark Constable, Marlon Dutra, Matt Taggart, Matt Urbanski, Matthew Goldstein, Michael Graff, Michael Richardson, Naeem Khademi, Noel Grandin, Ondra Salaba, Petri Rosenström, Pádraig Brady, rajendar chintala, Renata Teixeira, Rene Hollan, Rich Brown, Richard Scheffenegger, Richard Smith, Rick Graham, Robert Bradley, Sam Burnett, scott berman, Sean Conner, Sebastian Moeller, Sedat Dilek, Shane Turner, Simon Barber, Stephen Hemminger, Stephen Walker, Steven Bauer, Ted Percival, Teddy Hogeborn, Tianji Li, Tim Anderson, Tres Seaver, William Allen Simpson, Wolfgang B Beck, Yuri Bene
Contributor: Aaron Brooks, Abhishek Jain, Alex Burr, Alistair Woodman, Brian Poole, Brian Watters, Bruce Atherton, Charles Lee, Chris E, Chris Friesen, Colin Ranni, Colin Wright, Daniel Genin, Daniel Wolf, David Taht, Ed Goforth, Erik Auerswald, Forbes Hirsch, Gordon Cichon, Henrique de Moraes Holschuh, Hrushikesh Mehendale, Irving Reid, Isaac Konikoff, James Cloos, Jan Pedro Tumusok, Jeremy Nelson, Jesper Dangaard Brouer, Jim Gettys, Joe Hamelin, Josh Anderson, Justin McCann, Justin Wagner, Kim Hawtin, Leon Koh, Luca Dionisi, M C, Mathieu Rene, Matt Taggart, Michael Van Milligan, Nick Feamster, Otto Solares Cabrera, pierpaolo giacomin, Richard Scheffenegger, Rod Nayfield, Sabri Zaman, Sam Stickland, Scott Kamp, Sean Conner, Shane Turner, Srikanth Sundaresan, Stephen Walker, Steve Lord, Steven Bauer, Steven Ayre, Steven Briggs, Tim Upthegrove, Travis Kemen, Virgil Champlin, Walter de Donato, William Allen Simpson, Wolfgang B Beck
Reporter: Brian Clapper, Dave Täht, Don Marti, Eric Raymond, Horst H. von Brand, Jim Gettys, Rich Simons, Rob Keiser, Robert Oliver, Sean Conner, Stephen Hemminger
Robot: Bloat Bot, mail bot
Artist: Craig Guessford, Matt Taggart
Videoconference Friday 12PM ET FCC vs open wifi firmware
We will be having a wide ranging discussion of the recent release of our letter to the fcc on an alternate approach to making wifi faster, and more secure
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mailing list server going down for maintenence
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It's (still) the latency, stupid*
The Internet Society has issued another in its series on Bandwidth Management, in its Technology Roundtable Series.
How do we solve the next big Internet emergency?
Jim Gettys talks about the real issue of bittorrent - not the technology, not the deployment - but the misguided reactions to it in his latest blog entry.