[nbs] Status update.
Javier Ubillos <firstname.lastname@example.org> Mon, 24 January 2011 09:56 UTC
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Subject: [nbs] Status update.
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A short update on what's going on. I think we should have a second BoF, there are still a lot to define if we should proceed. However, I'd like to get a bit further on the prototype, I want to be able to show some demo of a suggested API and behavior. And my daughter is expected to be born mid Mars, so I won't be able to get enough done for Prague. Perhaps for July. We have a working integration between name-based sockets and multi-path TCP. We are looking at implementing happy-eyeballs with name-based sockets. The current implementation is available at https://github.com/namebasedsockets/namebasedsockets I'm still working on the documentation and trying to set together a demo that is easy to reproduce (work in progress). // Javier
- [nbs] Status update. Javier Ubillos