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hackathon2018

To see the 2017 Hackathon click here: https://hackathon.internetsummitafrica.org/doku.php?id=start

Tentative Plans

Dates - May 9th to 10th 2018

Full days

Venue

Dakar, Senegal. Hotel venue TBD

Proposed Drafts/RFCs To Work On

1. NTP

Champions: Logan (AFRINIC) and Nitin (from Mauritius - hackers.mu)

2. Network Programmability

Champions: Charles Eckel (from US - Cisco)

3. Intelligent Transportation Systems

Champions: Nabil Benamar (From Morocco - University of Moulay Ismail)

Facilitators

Charles, Nabil (French speaker), Logan (French speaker), Nitin (French speaker)

Registration

Follow this link to register: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/R6MPTYQ

Organizers

  1. Kevin G. Chege (ISOC)
  2. Stephen Honlue (AFRINIC)
  3. Logan Velvindron (AFRINIC)
  4. Nabil Benamar (University of Moulay Ismail-Morocco)
  5. Cedrick Mbeyet (AFRINIC)

Participant Preparation

  • Introduction to NTP Protocol
  • Introduction to Network Programmability
  • WireShark intro
  • Intro to Linux/BSD
  • Webinars to introduce participants to various tools
  • Familiarity with the IETF prior to the event (http://ietf.org) and RFCs (https://www.ietf.org/rfc.html)
  • Familiarity with GitHub prior to the event would be useful to have (http://github.com)
  • Online course on NTP and Networking will be made available to participants prior to the event

Venue Requirements

  • Projector
  • Internet connectivity
  • Virtual Box (on trainees laptops)
  • Server for virtualization - used an Intel NUC
  • LibreOffice - useful for editing all document versions (especially PDFs!!)

Infrastructure

Participant Skill Requirements

  • Must be comfortable programming in C and Python (other languages are also a bonus)
  • Must have experience working with the UNIX/Linux Shell
  • Familiarity with IPv4 and IPv6
  • Understanding of Networking and Client - Server architecture
  • Prior experience with UNIX and Linux system administration would be a bonus
  • Knowledge of WireShark and its plugins

Live Streaming

TBD

What you will need to participate

  • Bring a laptop on which you are comfortable developing software
  • You may be required to install additional software
  • Anything else that is required will be provided, such as Virtual Machines if needed
  • Installing and becoming familiar with VirtualBox or something similar will help
  • Wireless access to the Internet will be provided
  • Team ethic (working as a team to solve a problem)

Post Hackathon Activities

  • Applicants from the African region who have participated in or organized Hackathons and similar outreach activities in the region are highly encouraged to apply for ISOC's IETF Fellowship Program and indicate this information which will strengthen their application.
  • Guidance on how to organize similar hackathons
  • More to be determined

Sponsors are being sought to cover venue expenses, fellowships, and prizes. Please contact chege@isoc.org

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