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[liberationtech] GNUnet 0.11.0pre66 released - Next Generation Internet Prototype

willi uebelherr willi.uebelherr at riseup.net
Fri Jun 8 12:58:35 PDT 2018


Dear Carlo,

many thanks for your information and your link. I will go deeper with my 
reading of your linked texts.

"Asuncion? Maybe you know my friend Roque from Rome."
I know now, very short, a person with the name Roque Vera from the 
HacklabAsu. I am not sure, it will be your friend Roque.

many greetings, willi
Asuncion, Paraguay


Am 8/6/2018 um 15:25 schrieb carlo von lynX:
> On Fri, Jun 08, 2018 at 02:28:13PM -0400, willi uebelherr wrote:
>> i try to understand, how gnunet is working in his technical design.
>> It is not easy to find the core information. Many things around we
>> can find.
> 
> Try https://media.ccc.de/v/34c3-ChaosWest-6-privacy_oriented_distributed_networking_for_an_ethical_internet_including_50_subsystems_of_gnunet
> 
>> And what is gnURL in his technical design?
> 
> Extremely unimportant detail.
> curl didn't want to provide options for a stripped down
> secure version, so we were forced to fork it.
> 
>> this is only possible, if we use the geografical defined IP address
>> for the local network. Then we don't need IANA/ICANN and all this
>> nonsense institutions. Only the RFCs we need.
>>
>> Based on this, i have big problems to understand the gnunet project.
> 
> Well, imagine that instead of spoofable IP addresses we are using
> cryptographic unique public keys for worldwide addressing. Therefore,
> when a packet arrives, it will always arrive at the *right* destination
> and always be coming from the *right* source.
> 
> Then imagine this amazing new scientific mechanism by which any pubkey
> can find a route to any other pubkey on the planet, evading any
> attempt of censorship if necessary. It needs no IANA, no ICANN, it
> doesn't even need BGP. Just wires and airwaves and whatever legacy
> stuff you have.. like HTTPS over TCP/IP.
> 
> Now think that all of that works automatically and your application
> just needs to think in terms of people: I need to send a message
> to Jill and a file to Marc and Suzie. And then there is this video
> stream of my incoronation that a million people would like to watch.
> GNUnet will find a way to Jill, Marc, Suzie without star topology
> and server filtering.
> 
> So what you think we need maybe sounds like GNUnet to me.
> 
>> many greetings, willi
>> Asuncion, Paraguay
> 
> Asuncion? Maybe you know my friend Roque from Rome.
> 


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