>Having said that, I am working on demo (and some data) I'll put up sometime soon in video form; we can use bandwidth shaping to get the buffers out of the broadband connection (sacrificing bandwidth and powerboost), and the difference is actually quite dramatic.
Is this materially different in some way to things like wondershaper and its ilk that have been around for years?
The whole bufferbloat issue confuses me since AFAIU it looks like a restatement of what every P2P user has known for a decade or more, and that's really not news. Maybe I'm missing something.
(And there's a corollary to that, which is that carriers really have no incentive to fix the problem since it mostly affects the users that they hate.)