[Cerowrt-devel] [Babel-users] Lookingfor
dave.taht at gmail.com
Sun Mar 17 12:35:49 EDT 2013
On Wed, Mar 13, 2013 at 3:34 PM, <jp at nexedi.com> wrote:
>> > There is a budget available in a public institution to sponsor a PhD
>> > student who would work on babel.
>> Do you have a topic in mind? Who would be the supervisor? What's the
> Everything can be discussed as long as it helps re6st or SlapOS to achieve further resiliency on enterprise applications.
> Supervisor would be at ENST.
> Current ideas:
> - scalability of babel (1,000,000 nodes network with no backbone)
> - ability for public babel network to survive attacks
> - new metrics
Scaling dv to a million is something of a challenge.
I would dearly like someone to work with on attempting to implement
new metrics in babel.
Juliusz has described multiple possibilities that seemed promising
that neither he nor I have had time to work on in isolation.
Also fred baker has outlined some interesting ideas for SRC/DST
routing and address assignment that were just demoed in the ietf
homenet's ospf implementation last week. I think many of the same
ideas and tlvs can be carried over into babel.
Now that I am wrapping up the bufferbloat work
(see cablemodem results at:
I can also conceive possibilities for wifi congestion and link quality
aware metrics that haven't been tried before...
I hinted at some of them at the MIT talk, "what's wrong with wireless"
>> -- Juliusz
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