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Re: Contributing to GNUnet

From: Schanzenbach, Martin
Subject: Re: Contributing to GNUnet
Date: Wed, 4 Mar 2020 13:31:58 +0100

> On 4. Mar 2020, at 10:23, Christian Grothoff <address@hidden> wrote:
> On 3/4/20 9:34 AM, Tanguy Le Carrour wrote:
>> Dear GNUnet developers,
>> GNS seems to work. The proxy doesn't
>> work with Icecat, nor with Firefox (?!), but works with Chromium… 
> That is strange. Did you succeed in installing the proxy's certificate
> in the certificate root store with Firefox/Icecat? Did you enable DNS
> name resolution in the proxy (in my version of Firefox, you need to
> scroll down in the proxy dialog to see the respective option).

Maybe DOH is active? ;)

>> but GNS doesn't
>> work well with virtual host, does it? 
> It does, that's what Legacy Host (LEHO) records are there for: you
> specify the name that should be sent in the "Host:" header in a LEHO
> record, and then (assuming you gave the correct one), GNS should work
> with virtual hosting as well.
>> Now I'm trying to figure out how I could help the project? I could keep the
>> Guix package up to date. 

Running a node and testing is always welcome. Trying out to host a service via 
VPN/CADET reachable via GNS would be great etc.
That usually leads to improved documentation, exposes bugs and maybe even a 
reachable demo service for others to try.


> Sure, that would be helpful. Ideally, we would like to have GNUnet
> packages that make sure that GNS is working out-of-the-box (including
> database(s), GNS proxy/CA/NSS switch, re:claim plugins, etc.). So
> getting this 'right' can actually be quite a bit of work.
>> I had to disable some tests to make it work, so
>> I could open a bug report for that?
> Of course.
>> I could package groupchat for Guix. It's
>> a small piece of software, but it would be the first Nim package in Guix, 
>> which
>> is by itself a challenge. One thing for sure, I'll try to use re:claimID
>> on a real project!
> That's also great, and we'd appreciate reports on how it went!
> Happy hacking!
> Christian

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