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[ih] RIP Danny Cohen - with link
some people have said they did not see this posting from Bob providing the link that I managed not to
I did not know Danny when he was at Harvard, although I was there at the same time, or at MIT but I did
learn a lot from him in my early days t the IETF and have used his materials and standards
many times to explain the foundation of the multi-service Internet (yes, Danny was involved
in getting UDP into the Internet Protocol suite - as the video explains)
> On Aug 14, 2019, at 6:24 PM, Bob Felderman <bob.felderman at gmail.com> wrote:
> scott - missing link
> I think it is this
> and apologies - I organized the talk and was not good about getting danny to stay near a microphone so
> there are spots where the audio is lousy.
> On Wed, Aug 14, 2019 at 2:33 PM Scott O. Bradner <sob at sobco.com> wrote:
> for those of you who did not know Danny here is a video that he and Steve did about the history of
> voice over IP
> > On Aug 13, 2019, at 11:43 AM, Stephen Casner <casner at acm.org> wrote:
> > Barbara Tversky informed me that Danny Cohen died yesterday morning,
> > peacefully at home.
> > We have lost another major figure in the development of Internet
> > protocols, particularly those related to packet audio and video.
> > Danny was my supervisor and mentor for several years at the beginning
> > of my career, so he played a big role in my professional development.
> > I was able to partially repay that debt by providing occasional tech
> > support during his later years as Parkinsons reduced his physical
> > abilities but never his wit. We will miss him.
> > -- Steve
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