a Great Idea - include Kademlia networking protocol in kernel
From: hp fk
Date: Mon Aug 02 2010 - 08:24:45 EST
Kademlia protocol is widely used by many p2p applications, if kernel
support the Kademlia protocol and its p2p network infrastracture. it
will be easier to bring us into a new stage of network with much more
freedom and equality.
1.systems could get public identity on network much more easier, and
need not depend on DNS system, which usual controled by buraucracy
2. system presence on network is easier to resolved in a dynamic ip
environment that many ISPs use to effectively use IP address. and
communication could be much easier.
3.many p2p applications could be releaved from building the p2p
network infrastracture repeatedly and focus on application features.
4. some restrictions imposed by buraucracy censorship will be breaked
and give us much more communication freedom
5. all linux systems could be equal citizens of a unified greate linux
p2p network and promote the development of p2p network.
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