The NDN project team compiles and publishes this newsletter periodically to inform the community about recent activities, technical news, meetings, publications, presentations, code releases, and upcoming events. You can find these newsletters posted on the NDN website.
November 12, 2019, Norfolk, VA: NDN Tutorial at MILCOM 2019
December 9, 2019, Orlando, FL: 1st ACM CoNEXT Workshop on Emerging in-Network Computing Paradigms (ENCP’19)
December 13-15 2019, China: HotICN 2019 Call for Papers: Submission deadline: October 7, 2019
March 1, 2020, Dublin, Ireland: IEEE ICC 2020 ICN-SRA Workshop – Call for Papers: Submission Deadline: January 20, 2020
We are pleased to announce the second NDNcomm meeting, to be hosted by UCLA
on September 28-29, 2015, right before ACM ICN conference in San Francisco
(9/30 – 10/2). This two-day meeting will provide an opportunity for the
community to exchange research experience and results, to discuss the
current state and future directions of the NDN architecture, and to identify
remaining issues. We also plan to hold a Hackathon on Sunday September
27th, the day before the meeting.
Registration is not yet open, but for international visitors: If you think
you are interested in participating, please be aware that in order to attend
NDNcomm 2015 you may need a visa to enter the United States. Attendees are
responsible for attaining their own visas, but we can assist by providing a
letter of invitation if your local consular office requires it. Please
We are pleased to announce the initial public release (version 0.2.0) of the NDN Forwarding Daemon (NFD). NFD is a network forwarder that implements the Named Data Networking (NDN) protocol. More details about NFD, release notes, HOWTOs, a FAQ and other useful resources are available at NFD’s official webpage.
Also available is the NFD developer’s guide, which provides a detailed description of the implementation internals.
An important goal of NFD is to support the broader community to experiment with the NDN architecture. Thus, the current release emphasizes modularity and extensibility over performance to allow easy experimentation with new protocol features, algorithms, data structures and applications. We invite all interested parties to experiment with the existing code and submit their contributions to NFD Redmine or directly to Gerrit Code Review in terms of new architecture features and performance improvements.
More detailed information about the NFD release
The NFD Team.