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The first and most important conference on P2P
O'Reilly Peer-to-Peer Conference
Westin St. Francis Hotel -- San Francisco, California
February 14-16, 2001

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A Distributed Configuration Tool for Distributed Control Systems
Business Track
Michael Hitz, skyfish.com Shelley Powers, Burning Bird Enterprises

A Proposed Digital Packaging Manifest Scheme for Peer-Distributed Electronic Content
Business Track
Mark R. Walker, Intel Corporation

Accountability and Resource Management in Peer-to-Peer Systems
Technical Track
Roger Dingledine, The Free Haven Project Michael J. Freedman, MIT

Case Study: Examining The Results of Peer-to-Peer Collaboration at PricewaterhouseCoopers
Business Track
Jamey Harvey, Ikimbo

Center + Edge: Do Web Computing and Peer Computing Intersect?
Technical Track
Andrew Mahon, Groove Networks, Inc.

Characterizing P2P Infrastructure
Technical Track
Wes Felter, Hack the Planet Weblog

Governance in Coercian-Free Societies
Business Track
Marc Stiegler

How Gnutella Happened
Technical Track
Gene Kan, Sun Microsystems

Instant Messaging as an Applications Platform
Business Track
Michael Bauer, Local Matters, Inc.

Network Applications: What, Why and How?
Technical Track
Michael Tanne, Wink

P2P and the Web
Technical Track
Edd Dumbill, Useful Information Company

P2P on the Go - Peer Mobility in The Wireless Era
Technical Track
Dana Moore, BBN Technologies John Hebeler, Roku

Peer-to-Peer Technology: Enabling the Global Virtual Marketplace
Business Track
Jonathan Hare, Resilient

Performance Issues in Decentralized Filesharing Networks
Technical Track
Theodore Hong

Security Issues Surrounding Distributed and Peer-to-Peer Systems
Technical Track
Nelson Minar, Google

Security: A Business Model For Leveraging P2P Rather Than Fighting It
Business Track
Zach Nelson, myCIO.com

The Blocks Extensible Exchange Protocol: Internet Peer-to-Peer Application Infrastructure
Technical Track
Darren New, Invisible Worlds, Inc.

The Two-Way Web: An Interoperable Foundation for P2P
Technical Track
Rohit Khare, CommerceNet Labs

Turtledove: P2P Commerce using the Jabber Framework
Business Track
Greg Broiles, Turtledove

Wanted: A Survival Model for the Music Industry - Napster and the Consequences
Business Track
Andreas Becker, Diebold Deutschland GmbH


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