Euseval finds the most interseting articles on P2P.
Although when he said 'Microsoft' i thought: ya right,
the code will be clamped tight. But I noticed that it
BSD is a very open license, you can make use of it
anyway you wish as long as you keep the copyright
Anyone have any more information on Pastry?
Its Java, so that should please ANtsP2P developers.
--- Euseval@... wrote:
> Here are some links about Pastry and Microsoft
> developing it.
> It is an overly network with proxying nodes.
> the question is, if here (in pastry) "end to end
> encr" is implemented or not,
> If not, then we do not need Mute, we only need
> pastry as an overlaynetwork for gnutella2.
> This is even quicker than Mute. As well the virtual
> adresses play no role, because the neighbour is not
> a buddy, but a quick changing foreigner (peer).
> If we have mute without end to end, then gnutella
> with an overlay network is much better.
> Mute then should not try to be a network without
> direct connections like gnutella with an overlayed
> proxy network. This makes no diference and gnutella
> is better developed.
> Mute can only differ from gnutella2-plus
> overlayed-proxynetwork, if end to end encryption is
> If we do not seperate, but integrate: What are the
> outcomes of a 3-way hybrid client?
> Gnutella, Proxyoverlay and mute without end to end?
> This shows, that then mute is not needed.
> Ok, this may not be constructive, but should be
> Mute then has only chances, if there are "emonkeys",
> so hybrid gateways of mute and gntuella/edonky.
> Because Pastry will not be implemented in kademlia,
> but if, then in gntuella, this means, if mute gets
> hybrid with an app, it is better to take the
> shareaza code than the emule code to make a hybrid.
> If then a gnutella-client is overlayed with a Pastry
> proxy network, then as well the Mute-Shareaza client
> is safe.
> But then the question again: If gnutella has a
> proxy-overlay network, wherefor we do need gnutella
> this is only solveable, if MUTE ***is** the Proxy
> overlay network of gnutella.
> even if it is making gnutella2 slower.
> Maybe the gnuc.dna of napshare could be joined with
> Mute MFC?
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