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Fri, 15 Jun 2012 14:02:23 +0200
Recently I have had very little free time to spend on netsukuku.
During this time I explored and worked my way through the use of
Anjuta (IDE) and Autotools-based configuration of projects in order to
improve my netsukuku-coding workflow (at the moment I code with gedit,
the makefiles are hand-written, and I debug occasionally with nemiver
on the generated C source files)
Further, I am writing down some notes for presenting to the public
what we are trying to achieve with netsukuku network and what is the
current status of the software tools. These notes will form the
content and structure of the new website.
Writing something updated in the website is extremely important.
First, because many people looking at the website get the impression
that the project is dead.
Second, the website has to convey the points that we want to address.
We must expose, in a non technicalese language, what are the limits
that the current architecture of the Internet impose on us. Which are
not fixed enough by other projects that are actively developed: OLSR,
CJDNS, ... These points are too hard to find and understand in the
website right now.
Finally, the website has to make very easy for the user to experiment
with the currently available prototypes of the software tools on their
My notes are available here at the moment: http://lab.dyne.org/NewNetsukukuOrg
Contributions are welcome
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