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by aargh
19 Jul 2020 20:50
Forum: Syndie
Topic: The Syndie of 2020
Replies: 4
Views: 16619

Re: The Syndie of 2020

BeaconLilt wrote:
19 Jul 2020 03:40
How about Yggdrasill instead of cjdns which doesn't need super nodes?
This thread was written a few years ago to spitball some ideas. Is Syndie over Yggdrasil something you would use?

Feel free to hop into #Syndie on IRC2P and idle there if you have more suggestions or to chat.

Cheers!
by aargh
22 Feb 2018 05:43
Forum: Syndie
Topic: Preview and status update
Replies: 2
Views: 14952

Preview and status update

Hello. As you might already know, I'm partaking in a rewrite of a Syndie implementation in another programming language with a (hopefully) simpler user interface. Somewhat sidetracked, I wrote a seedless library this week, but that needs test coverage and real world testing. Basic image rendering ha...
by aargh
20 Feb 2018 15:36
Forum: Syndie
Topic: Regarding channels
Replies: 2
Views: 13108

Re: Regarding channels

Hi! Howdy thanks for joining in! I do not know if we want syndie to use a DHT - if you go big data style, that DHT would need to store a lot of data. Currently the syndication is some special about syndie and works big style, to. And slow syndication is one big pro point of syndie - low latency all...
by aargh
20 Feb 2018 07:08
Forum: Syndie
Topic: Regarding channels
Replies: 2
Views: 13108

Regarding channels

Syndie has the potential to be used for a lot of different things -- especially once it supports a DHT that allows for much faster syndication. I propose that we (informally) use tags on channel metadata messages to give client side software hints on how to properly display smaller/more frequently u...
by aargh
16 Feb 2018 21:02
Forum: Syndie
Topic: The Syndie of 2020
Replies: 4
Views: 16619

The Syndie of 2020

Syndie is a message format for passing around encrypted rich hypermedia paired with flexible transport-layer agnostic syndication. Syndie has the potential to facilitate robust communication in store-and-forward, packet switched, and/or unidirectional environments. If Syndie were written today, or i...