[Cake] lanman2018 cake talk ideas
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Mon Jun 18 13:50:25 EDT 2018
On Mon, Jun 18, 2018 at 9:44 PM, Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
> I started at the lanman2018 talk (to be given next tuesday), this past
> weekend, for "piece of cake" ( https://arxiv.org/abs/1804.07617 )
> Try as I might, finding a memorable narrative hook to fit into 20
> minutes eludes me. There's so much to cake! There's no room for me to
> break out a guitar or carry a case of water bottles into this preso.
> A principal complaint of the reviewers of the paper was the lack of
> real world tests, so I snuck in a couple sides for that and am working
> on incorporating the graphs and other text from the paper.
> But ya know, it's always been a group effort and if anyone(s) here
> would like to contribute better slides, jokes, text, ideas, graphs,
> charts, or whatever, it would be helpful, because I can no longer see
> the forest after passing through it. I've oft wished we had the
> equivalent of a corp communications department 'cause my attempts at
> graphics generally suck.
> What does a ieee lanman2018 audience already grok, what needs to be explained?
> I will be periodically updating the currently very raw
> as we go along. Please share your thoughts....
I thought that BBR solved a number of bufferbloat issues ? Maybe
elaborate on the shortcomings of BBR. Particularly this comment:
"But best case only work within an RTT"
> Dave Täht
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