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Luca Dionisi | 15 Jun 14:02 2012
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update

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
own hardware.

My notes are available here at the moment: http://lab.dyne.org/NewNetsukukuOrg
Contributions are welcome

--Luca
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asbesto | 17 Jun 23:50 2012

Re: update

Fri, Jun 15, 2012 at 02:02:23PM +0200, Luca Dionisi wrote:

> My notes are available here at the moment: http://lab.dyne.org/NewNetsukukuOrg
> Contributions are welcome

GREAT WORK

I'm very good in documentation, expecially in explaining things
using simple words and examples, but really I dunno if I can
have time for this task. I will check if I can help...

Indeed we need some fresh info on the internet site :)

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Yussi | 19 Jun 12:46 2012
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Re: update

Hi Luka,
Where can i clone the vala source? I just updated an older version i've
had, but the latest update was in 2011.
thanks,
yussi

On 15/06/12 13:02, Luca Dionisi wrote:
> 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
> own hardware.
> 
> My notes are available here at the moment: http://lab.dyne.org/NewNetsukukuOrg
> Contributions are welcome
> 
> --Luca
> _______________________________________________
> Netsukuku mailing list
> Netsukuku@...
> http://lists.dyne.org/mailman/listinfo/netsukuku

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Luca Dionisi | 19 Jun 12:54 2012
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Re: update

On Tue, Jun 19, 2012 at 12:46 PM, Yussi <uc.dev.null@...> wrote:
> Hi Luka,
> Where can i clone the vala source? I just updated an older version i've
> had, but the latest update was in 2011.
> thanks,
> yussi

The home page for the project is:
 https://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/netsukuku/
From there you can easily reach the mailing list devoted to the
developers of the Vala port.
 http://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/netsukuku-vala
You can also browse [or clone] the bazaar repository.
 http://bzr.savannah.gnu.org/lh/netsukuku/

In order to have at hand all the history I copied all the changes
occurred over the time at the hinezumi repo in the branch "original".
Then I branched this version in the folder "vala". The HEAD revision
of this branch will contain olny the new Vala implementation.
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ruddhil | 20 Jun 10:01 2012
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Broken Links

Hi, there is a broken link at this address to the "Project Homepage":

https://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/netsukuku/

I did a W3C link check and found a few more you might want to look into.

Thanks,
Dan

On 19/06/2012 11:54, Luca Dionisi wrote:
On Tue, Jun 19, 2012 at 12:46 PM, Yussi <uc.dev.null-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Hi Luka, Where can i clone the vala source? I just updated an older version i've had, but the latest update was in 2011. thanks, yussi
The home page for the project is: https://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/netsukuku/ >From there you can easily reach the mailing list devoted to the developers of the Vala port. http://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/netsukuku-vala You can also browse [or clone] the bazaar repository. http://bzr.savannah.gnu.org/lh/netsukuku/ In order to have at hand all the history I copied all the changes occurred over the time at the hinezumi repo in the branch "original". Then I branched this version in the folder "vala". The HEAD revision of this branch will contain olny the new Vala implementation. _______________________________________________ Netsukuku mailing list Netsukuku-pma9X3FYtpzZ+VzJOa5vwg@public.gmane.org http://lists.dyne.org/mailman/listinfo/netsukuku
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Yussi | 20 Jun 13:54 2012
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London wide mesh

Hi,
I've been meaning to start rolling this for years now, and now this
seems like a good time. I wrote this "pitch", and i intend to distribute
this or something similar around London circles. I figured i'll pass it
through you to get your input, especially Luka's. I am hoping that this
will get things starting. have a look and let me know If I should change
anything. Also, if you are in London and want to help out, please
contact me.

Thanks,
Yussi.
Attachment (Pitch1.pdf): application/pdf, 116 KiB
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Luca Dionisi | 20 Jun 14:11 2012
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Re: London wide mesh

As a reference to netsukuku, use http://www.netsukuku.org
The page  in the wiki is there to just sketch up the contents, which
will eventually land on the site.

On Wed, Jun 20, 2012 at 1:54 PM, Yussi <uc.dev.null@...> wrote:
> Hi,
> I've been meaning to start rolling this for years now, and now this
> seems like a good time. I wrote this "pitch", and i intend to distribute
> this or something similar around London circles. I figured i'll pass it
> through you to get your input, especially Luka's. I am hoping that this
> will get things starting. have a look and let me know If I should change
> anything. Also, if you are in London and want to help out, please
> contact me.
>
> Thanks,
> Yussi.
>
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> http://lists.dyne.org/mailman/listinfo/netsukuku
>
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Yussi | 20 Jun 14:15 2012
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Re: London wide mesh

Done,
Otherwise, is this Ok with you? If so i'll start putting this out there.

On 20/06/12 13:11, Luca Dionisi wrote:
> As a reference to netsukuku, use http://www.netsukuku.org
> The page  in the wiki is there to just sketch up the contents, which
> will eventually land on the site.
> 
> On Wed, Jun 20, 2012 at 1:54 PM, Yussi <uc.dev.null@...> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I've been meaning to start rolling this for years now, and now this
>> seems like a good time. I wrote this "pitch", and i intend to distribute
>> this or something similar around London circles. I figured i'll pass it
>> through you to get your input, especially Luka's. I am hoping that this
>> will get things starting. have a look and let me know If I should change
>> anything. Also, if you are in London and want to help out, please
>> contact me.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Yussi.
>>
>> _______________________________________________
>> Netsukuku mailing list
>> Netsukuku@...
>> http://lists.dyne.org/mailman/listinfo/netsukuku
>>
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Luca Dionisi | 20 Jun 14:27 2012
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Re: London wide mesh

On Wed, Jun 20, 2012 at 2:15 PM, Yussi <uc.dev.null@...> wrote:
> Done,
> Otherwise, is this Ok with you? If so i'll start putting this out there.

Sure.
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