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[Discuss] peer to peer software

If peering is manual-out-of-band, you can just code to sockets (or pipe to

?If peering isn't manual-out-of-band, yes, you need peer discovery. Which
protocols and (de)centralized server-infrastructure depends upon how local
or dispersed your users will be, and if they will have special privacy
requirements.  ?Googling?

> ??
> peer discovery algorithms

?my top 5 hits are 4 scholarly articles and , but
discussion at
found with query
peer discovery library may be more practical.

Peer discovery and peering in a secure way will be awkward at best.

Bill Ricker
bill.n1vux at

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