- Hello, I m Damien from static.com. A lot of people who I informally surveyed at the recent p2p working group didn t think it was even time to standardize p2pMessage 1 of 55 , Feb 12, 2001View SourceHello, I'm Damien from static.com.
A lot of people who I informally surveyed at the recent p2p
working group didn't think it was even time to standardize p2p
and many said it was also bad to try to formalize p2p into
categories and standards that might inhibit new p2p apps we
haven't thought of yet.
My questions to this community are:
1) What is needed (or wanted) by most p2p developers that
would actually be worth standardizing?
2) Are there any "plumbing" or mundane tasks, that every app
could benefit from?
3) are there any other things aspects in or surrounding p2p that
should be standardized, interoperable or compatible?
- ... Probably going to SHA-1 isn t too big of a problem. I ll bring it up with those that I know. Interestingly, there are ways to add file hashes within theMessage 55 of 55 , Feb 20, 2001View SourceJustin Chapweske said:
> ... switch to SHA-1.Probably going to SHA-1 isn't too big of a problem. I'll bring it up with
> The biggest group that I havn't yet talked to about this is the Gnutella
> guys, but I'm sure they'd be into it as well. Any Gnutellians on the
those that I know. Interestingly, there are ways to add file hashes within
the existing protocol specifications - it should even be backwards