Venue information of Yeti DNS Workshop (Agenda, WIF, Remote access and
In the coming Saturday, we will have a one-day Yeti workshop in Tokyo supported by our local host Professor Akira Kato from Keio University. We will take this chance to discuss face-to-face on Yeti current experiment on algorithm rollover and future plan for Yeti Phase-2. Besides Yeti business, we invited Paul Vixie from Farsight Security, Hugo Salgado-Hernández from NIC lab of Chile, Wei Xinpeng from Huawei Technologies to give us invited talks on Internet Governance and Distributed Internet infrastructure over Root. Hope you can participate on site or online.
- Venue: G01 (Open Research Lab) room, 4F, East Building, Keio University Mita Campus
- Time: March 2nd 10:00-17:00 (0100 - 0800 UTC)
The draft agenda is as follows(JTC time): • Morning Session: Invited Talk – 10:00-10:10 Agenda Bashing and Introduction – 10:10 -10:40 “ The third rail of internet governance “, Paul Vixie – 10:40-11:10 “Threshold cryptography for DNSSEC and Benefit to Root signing”, Hugo Salgado-Hernández – 11:10 - 11:40 “ Decentralized Internet Infrastructure “ Wei Xinpeng (Jackie) • Afternoon Session: Yeti Business – 13:30 - 14:30 An review of Yeti DNS project and proposal for future agenda (Davey) – 14:30 - 15:00 Fault-tolerant Root: Problem statement and Technical requirement (Davey) – 15:00 - 15:20 Coffee break – 15:20-15:50 Root algorithm rollover in BII lab (Kevin) – 15:50-16:20 Another remote speaker (TBD) – 16:20-17:00 Wrap-up Discussion
Remote access( there are two ) : 1) Zoom remote access : https://zoom.us/j/712525692 2) WebEx session(for backup) : WebEx Meeting Number: 576 328 564 Meeting password: vaXwvuyA
The WiFi information which will only be available to cover Yeti Workshop in March 2nd is: SSID：keio-eastlab0302 Password：eastlab0302@keio2019 Note that eduroam is also available.
- More information of the Venue The location of the workshop is in Keio University Mita Campus, which is within 10 minutes walk either from - JR Tamachi Station (JK22 or JY27) of Yamanote-Line or Keihin-Tohoku-Line - Toei Subway Mita Station (A08 or I04) of Asakusa-Line or Mita-Line
Then head to East Gate of Keio University at 35.649321, 139.744571 rather than the main gate of Keio University Mita Campus. When you cross the road by the crosswalk, the brown-brick building is the East Building (Higashikan) of Keio University. Its entrance is the left side. Don’t clib the stairs. The other side you can see a security guard on duty. Use one of the elevators to climb to 4F, and the meeting room is on your left, G01 or “Open Research Lab”. There are only two rooms in 4F and other room will be closed on Saturday.