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-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Hi Jer, Hello Holger, Greetings Redecentralizers, Apologies for the tardy response time on my part, I wanted to do you the courtesy of thinking about the content of this email rather than simply dashing something off. Of course, with a young family, I have a chronic case of too-much-to-do-and-not-enough-time-to-do-it-in syndrome... On 08/01/14 13:03, Jeremie Miller wrote: > Holger's cc wasn't included so maybe you can forward, but I'd be > very interested in getting the telehash community involved in what > you're talking about, I believe that's exactly what we've built > towards as a p2p framework and now have working > Cool. I'll need to catch up with developments. I'm working towards the P2P equivalent of the ubiquitous "blog" demo for web frameworks or "ToDo" lists for client side JS frameworks. Perhaps a simple P2P chat application. If such projects are to get traction with developers they need to be very simple to use. Sometimes I think what I'm doing is a bad case of NIH - it's only been just over a year of work (in fits and starts) on my part yet telehash, mainline and other DHT implementations have been around for years. Nevertheless, I console myself that I've been thinking about this stuff since my time at Fluidinfo, I'm have far too much fun and learning a lot in the meantime and it's good to imagine / play / build solutions as a mechanism for exploring a problem. To butcher an analogy, it's a large garden and may many flowers bloom. Finally, I think it's great that "redecentralize" appears to be gaining traction: it's a valuable "village pump" around which we can share idea, successes, failures and so on. All the best, Nicholas. > Jer > >> On Jan 8, 2014, at 3:49 AM, "Nicholas H.Tollervey" >> <email@example.com> wrote: >> >>>> On 08/01/14 10:14, Ross Jones wrote: For the benefit of those >>>> of us that couldn’t make it, but might be interested in >>>> events in Germany … could you elucidate? > > Yes. > > At last year's Europython Holger Krekel (cc'd) gave a keynote > titled "The return of peer-to-peer computing" > (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCgl0xXFVOg) which is well worth > a watch. Buddies at the conference tweeted at me during his talk > telling me I should "get in touch with this guy" (knowing my > interest in P2P). > > We exchanged emails and a group of us met for a P2P sprint in > November 2013 working in small groups on various different bits of > technology in both a practical "hacking" sense (i.e. we wrote code) > and in a broader philosophical / architectural sense (i.e. we > debated, discussed and brainstormed). It was a lot of fun. > > At the end of the week we did a sort of show of what we'd all been > collaborating on. Holger, Fabian and I presented what you can find > at http://p4p2p.net/ - we basically imagined what would be required > in a framework for writing P2P applications: as Ruby on Rails or > Django are for web applications, we asked ourselves what would be > the equivalent for P2P..? In the end we looked at re-purposing some > of the DHT work I'd been doing on the drogulus and Holger's execnet > project (http://codespeak.net/execnet/). Since then, I've been > lobotomozing the drogulus in order to extract the DHT parts that > could be re-used in p4p2p.net. > > Andi, Tom, Florian and Yiorgis looked at / discussed / presented / > hacked upon / broke / mended WebRTC, Tahoe, Crypho and techniques > for punching holes in firewalls / NAT. > > We intend to do the same sort of thing again in Freiburg, perhaps > here: > > http://www.fewo-direkt.de/ferienwohnung-ferienhaus/p507456 > > (Sleeps 4-10 people and there's further accommodation and plenty > of Alphorns close by - check out the photos.) > > The provisional dates are Sunday, March 16th -> Friday, 21st. > > If you're interested in attending drop me and/or Holger (cc'd) a > line. > > Hope this makes things clearer and I'm more than happy to answer > any questions you may have, > > Nicholas. -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.12 (GNU/Linux) Comment: Using GnuPG with Icedove - http://www.enigmail.net/ iQEcBAEBAgAGBQJS1p0pAAoJEP0qBPaYQbb6GCgH/1WHmPfAk+lyAy8f4W+oKscy VpVxPIZ/UymR7hT3oaCLyCy6vcAMth1uNs6w5Rerb4dxsUbfiIPSVKGqhjTRv/zG MutqhqAtAHoXi9p6yPUwX4ZG7q4RU+Net80w218lKKlH8Er1hfAJAPQnU3KRMg2D ZVaKOX9bjtnvLphKknQEVUuLGkKt+HvjsIjWkuYxzc03pY715JdeV8gkLJx6x2ue btq/lhSvTeSu7RhXfnXh6bUp6kZMQibAlYmhgwfXD519OciZJKhYMUJA9o3cGn6l PB3h1lDAr9S8pQii+53kYKxnwTYLmsPdfwA3pYeU95siC/RFmgRmlMC2YfrrH2s= =yJ90 -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----