[Cerowrt-devel] that perpetual quest for funding
vint at google.com
Mon Dec 15 15:12:02 EST 2014
i wonder whether we could interest DHS S&T directorate in this - I will ask
On Mon, Dec 15, 2014 at 1:31 PM, Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
> I saw this go by today...
> I really hate that I do not qualify as an "academic", nor do the
> other many open source developers advancing the state of the art - and
> probably would have trouble passing that particular bar... nor do I
> know what, specifically we do here that could apply to the parameters
> of this grant program...
> ... but doing another cerowrt version, make-wifi-fast, tinc-fq,
> fq_codel improvement, or any of the half dozen things like making
> dnssec, ipv6, or source specific routing more deployable...
> that we have done as outgrowths of the bufferbloat effort...
> on the same budget (nearly none) as we have survived on for the last 4
> years, is just *not in the cards*.
> At least not for me! It's been fun working with you all, and
> wonderfully productive... but I'd like to get off of top ramen.
> Are there things in the above, in the context of making home
> networking safer/smarter/faster/better, that could apply? Or any
> context, really? (benchmarking? simulation work)
> I did submit a proposal elsewhere for the "make fair queuing work well
> with vpns" idea that I proposed on this list earlier this month,
> rather than sit down and spend the time to actually do it...
> ... and I am looking over various other SBIR and NSF style grants.
> ... and trying to figure out what to do next year, that makes sense.
> Dave Täht
>  I would really like to find a way to partner up formally with a uni or
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