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Re: [GNUnet-developers] Introduction

From: Christian Grothoff
Subject: Re: [GNUnet-developers] Introduction
Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2015 21:11:10 +0100
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Hi Arthur,

Please let me introduce you to two other community members (other than
myself) that ought to be able to help you in this endeavor.  First,
there is Supriti, who implemented X-vine (gnunet-service-xdht*) in
GNUnet recently.  So she can probably answer questions about the DHT
code (especially her variant), or just how one might want to go about it
based on her experience.

Second, there is Sree Harsha, who's been working on the testbed and thus
might be able to give a hand for running DHT experiments once your DHT
passes the (existing) testcases.

In terms of advice, I would urge you to ask often and early on, either
using this list or the #gnunet developer channel. Don't worry about
missbehaving, I don't recall that really ever happening.

Finally, I think we might want to have a chat (i.e. using Mumble or
POTS) so I can give you some initial points for the project from my

Happy hacking!


On 02/16/15 19:07, Arthur Dewarumez wrote:
> Hi,
> I am a new guy working on GNUnet, and I would like to take this
> opportunity to introduce myself.
> I am Arthur Dewarumez, a Master Degree student in computing at
> Université Lille1 in France.
> For one of my courses, I will have to implement the Whanau algorithm
> into GNUnet in order to compare its performance with the two algorithm
> implemented inside GNUnet.
> If some of you are interested by my work, I can give you the link to the
> repository I will use. By the way, if you have any advice for me, I
> would be glad to read them.
> At last, it's the first time I work on a free software project and in
> this kind of community. If I "misbehave", don't hesitate to tell me!
> Yours
> Arthur Dewarumez
> Master 1 - Université Lille 1
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