Another demonstration we performed live at Bits-N-Bites was an example of how to deal with a problem called Bufferbloat which is a problem discovered by Jim Gettys and
worked on by a number of Open Source teams across the Internet. It was a
very dynamic demo that showed the impact of bloated buffers on web
performance and real time communication applications. We were able to
show both bloated and dynamic buffer examples to the Bits-N-Bites
audience, and it was well received. It was a great example of solving
Internet scale problems with running code.
As we close up IETF 86 in Orlando, I hope that the IETF continues
with the lab experiment we started here this week. It was great to see
first hand examples of running code and teamwork that really energized
the IETF community, which I think we need more of.
Thank you and I look forward to seeing everyone in Berlin for IETF 87.