Re: [gaia] Review required: draft-irtf-gaia-alternative-network-deployments

future@systemli.org Thu, 07 April 2016 07:30 UTC

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Hi

i'd like to add some corrections:

> 
> It is only a matter of time that they include the capability to do
> mesh networking.
> GNUnet has its own module for this: CADET [8][9].

Correction, i've been told today: CADET is the routing engine. GNUnet's 
wifi module is called dv-module.


> GNUnet has been packed for OpenWRT half a year ago [10]
-> the package in trunk, it's more up to date:
https://github.com/openwrt/packages/blob/master/net/gnunet/Makefile

> Maidsafe is rewritten in Rust- a security aware language. This rewrite
> should fit well on embedded devices

of mid-range sizes with 128MB Flash

Kind regards
Fmod
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> Project EDN
> wiki.c3d2.de/EDN
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