On Sat, May 04, 2019 at 11:54:25AM +0200, fred wrote:
Le 03/05/2019 à 23:20, Daniel Golle a écrit :
Yes. And with privacy of metadata it's even
nicer. We call it GNUnet.org
Already heard about it, but didn't tryed yet... IPFS was providing arm
builds, didn't see it for GNUnet?
GNUnet builds on literally all modern platforms. A slightly outdated
release is part of Debian stable, the just-released 0.11.x series is
likely to be part of Debian very soon.
I myself have been working to port GNUnet to OpenWrt which covers
everything from plastic routers with small MIPS CPUs up to powerful
multi-core systems. ARM builds of GNUnet packages for OpenWrt can be
found here (just to illustrate, usually you'd install it simply using
the distributions package manager):
The source builds also on Mac OS X and even on Windows systems (using
Mingw, ie. no cygwin libs what-so-ever are required).
For testing and research, GNUnet is regularly built and deployed on
the SuperMUC supercomputer which allows simulating a large number
of network participants (including 'evil' behaviours).
Are performances good? How data conservation and immutability is done?
Performance of the old release is not that great, however, a redesign
of the transport layer has brought about great improvements (however,
it will only be part of the next minor release).
I'm more involved in using GNUnet for things other than filesharing,
however, I'd recommend you to read chapter 5.4 Content storage of
Il 3 Maggio 2019 15:45:19 CEST, fred <support(a)qo-op.com> ha scritto:
I recently get attention on
* IPFS: https://ipfs.io
* YGGDRASIL: https://yggdrasil-network.github.io/about.html
This both combined gives amazing network features...
In the opinion of Lime conceptors and users, won't it be nice to
compare and merge mesh technologies?
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