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Re: [GNUnet-developers] p≡p

From: t3sserakt
Subject: Re: [GNUnet-developers] p≡p
Date: Sat, 20 Apr 2019 16:03:43 +0200
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On 10.04.19 10:15, Christian Grothoff wrote

> 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.

On bank holiday I am usually spending time with my family. If it is at
the beginning or end of the day I can make it, but not during the day.

Most flexible I am on a normal working Tuesday or Wednesday, be it
during the day or at the evening.

>> @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.

All documents in here

or specific ones?

Happy hacking!


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