[Cake] lanman2018 cake talk ideas

Dave Taht dave.taht at gmail.com
Sat Jun 23 01:14:10 EDT 2018

I have to get on the plane tomorrow night at midnight and I've tried
to capture some of your comments and ideas in:


It's in its usual mess at this point - usually I don't share stuff
this raw! but I'm totally open to text suggestions, graphics, etc,
etc, etc - there's the plane flight and more than a few days left to
pound it into shape and after I get a feel for the conference monday
will end up doing another pass before the talk tuesday. What to say on
each slide is helpful (jokes appreciated, a lot of what I've had to
say so far is dripping with sarcasm which I know doesn't translate

I think focusing on per host fq is probably the strongest point to
develop and I kind of wanted a diagram of a whole bunch
of different host types and graphically illustrating what happens vs
fifo, fq_codel, and cake.

off to pack
On Fri, Jun 22, 2018 at 1:05 AM Pete Heist <pete at heistp.net> wrote:
> On Jun 22, 2018, at 9:45 AM, Felix Resch <fuller at beif.de> wrote:
> ... has no Wikipedia page yet ...
> here you go https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Draft:Megabit_myth
> Thanks! Now the problem is solved. :)
> I only had some second thoughts, and let’s get this right and be consistent, is it:
> 1) Megabit myth
> 2) Megabits myth
> 3) Megabits per second myth
> #3 is the accurate one, but in this day and age every syllable can somehow slow an idea down. I’m leaning towards #2. I’ve also heard non-technical people say “how many Megabits is it?” when referring to an Internet connection, as if the “per second” part is already too much to handle. :)
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