about:mnot

Mark Nottingham has helped to define and develop the Web and the Internet since the late 90’s.

He has written, edited or substantially contributed to more than thirty IETF RFCs and W3C Recommendations about topics like HTTP, caching, linking, Web architecture, privacy and security.

As Chair of the the HTTP Working Group since 2007, he has overseen the evolution of the foundational protocol of the Web, notably including HTTP/2. As Chair of the QUIC Working Group, he oversaw the creation of HTTP/3 and the evolution of Internet transport. He has also served in Internet governance bodies, including the Internet Architecture Board and the W3C Technical Architecture Group.

Currently, he’s part of the Office of the CTO at Fastly, and studying Communications Law at Melbourne Law School.

Mark is married to Anitra with two sons, Charlie and Bennet. They live in Melbourne, Australia.