- Shortening Networking Dark Ages – presented at RINA Workshop, Barcelona, Spain, January 2013 by John Day
- We got trouble! – presented at RINA Workshop, Barcelona, Spain, January 2013 by John Day
- Shortening the Dark Ages of Networking - Presented at the SFI Summit, Athlone, Ireland, Nov 2011
- We Got Trouble! Right Here in River City, With a capital T and that Rhymes with P, and That Stands for IP! - Presented at the IFSC, Dublin, Ireland, May 2011
Publications and relevant documents
- How in the heck do you lose a layer - Paper presented at Network of the Future (NOF) 2011, describing the shortcomings of the current Internet architecture. Final published version available at IEEE Explore.
- Moving Beyond TCP/IP - A paper describing some of the history and properties of TCP/IP, and how to get beyond it using RINA technology. Author: Fred Goldstein, John Day and John Nolan.
- Is the Internet an Unfinished Demo? Meet RINA! – Paper presented at the TERENA Networking Conference, Prague, Czech Republic, May 2011. Author: Eleni Trouva et al.
- Why loc/id split isn’t the answer - A companion paper to Dave Meyer’s Internet draft that explains why scaling problems were encountered with loc/id split and its implications.
Author: John Day, Draft