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Re: [GNUnet-developers] GNUnet Hacker Meeting 2019

From: t3sserakt
Subject: Re: [GNUnet-developers] GNUnet Hacker Meeting 2019
Date: Wed, 3 Apr 2019 20:08:55 +0200
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Hey *,

the agenda is interesting and reasonable. What is Ascension about?

I am especially interested in the work regarding TNG. I also would like to hear more about TNG before the GNUnet Hacker Meeting. In the past there was a more or less regular GNUnet dev mumble meeting. Maybe we could have one where we get an introduction into TNG. As preparation for such a mumble meeting I would start to look into the actual transport code.

@cg Should I start to get a general overview, or is there something specific I should look into as a preparation?

Very likely I can't attendant the meeting in Switzerland, but I will attend remotely.

Happy hacking!


On 03.04.19 13:12, Christian Grothoff wrote:
Dear all,

This is a brief reminder that the GNUnet Hacker Meeting 2019 will again
happen June 22--June 29 (or 30) at the in Switzerland. The
goal for this meeting is not outreach, but to have a hacker meeting to
actually write code (and documentation, and CI rules).

I would primarily like to see progress on TNG, Website/documentation and
CI-setup/system-administration.  It would also be great to have an
update on what's going on with GNS/Ascension, Reclaim:ID,
SecuShare/gnunet-nim, Taler and PEP.  I'm of course open for other
suggestions for an agenda.

As usual, there is limited space in the house (14 beds), plus more space
for tents outside.  So please send me a PM as soon as possible with
house/tent preference.  Also, please indicate your method of transport:
there is very limited parking at Decentrale (and easy access via public
transit), so cars should generally be avoided. Still it would be good to
again have _one_ car for shopping, so this should be coordinated.

Happy hacking!


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