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Re: [GNUnet-developers] p≡p

From: Christian Grothoff
Subject: Re: [GNUnet-developers] p≡p
Date: Wed, 10 Apr 2019 10:15:40 +0200
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Sorry t3sserakt, I overlooked overlooked that there were questions for
me and just filed this "for later" ;-).

On 4/10/19 8:42 AM, t3sserakt wrote:
> 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.

That's a good idea, a good day for me for such a Mumble would be May 1st.

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

Best preparation would probably reading up on NAT traversal and
fingerprinting attacks on TLS. The IETF QUIC draft also seems like it
has quite a few interesting ideas in it, I haven't fully digested it
myself, but for someone looking to contribute on topics like traffic
amplification and congestion control, that draft likely has some ideas
we'll want to eventually take into consideration.

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

Eh, who said that remote participation is even feasible? Last time we
had no camera or mike, and I don't think IRC was used much either.
Please let me know (possibly later) if you are able to make it in person.

Happy hacking!


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