I2P dev meeting, November 9, 2004

Quick recap

  • Present:

ant, cervantes, Ch0Hag, duck, jrandom, keysersoze, MrEcho, mule, Nightblade, peer, polecat, postman, protokol, Ragnarok,

IRC 完整日志

13:26 < jrandom> 0) hi
13:26 < cervantes> lets see the menu before we order :P
13:26 < jrandom> 1)
13:26 < jrandom> 2) Streaming lib
13:26 < jrandom> 3) BT progress
13:26 < jrandom> 4) addressbook.py
13:26 < jrandom> 5) ???
13:26 < jrandom> 0) hi
13:27  * jrandom waves
13:27 < Ragnarok> hi
13:27  * cervantes waves
13:27 < jrandom> status notes up @ http://dev.i2p.net/pipermail/i2p/2004-November/000485.html
13:27 < keysersoze> hi
13:27 <+polecat> 5) can be DHTs, like that bamboo thing?
13:27 < jrandom> (yeah, i'm late)
13:27 < jrandom> cool polecat 
13:27  * polecat nips at fingers again!
13:27 < jrandom> ok, jumping into 1)
13:28 <+Ch0Hag> seems to die more than it should
13:28 <+Ch0Hag> like - at all
13:28 < jrandom> die?
13:28 <+Ch0Hag> Though there's a chance that's kaffe's fault.
13:28 < jrandom> drop your irc connection, or restart the router?
13:28 < jrandom> ah, you're on kaffe?
13:29 <+Ch0Hag> the router
13:29 <+Ch0Hag> I am.
13:29 <+Ch0Hag> Someone has to be :)
13:29 < jrandom> on kaffe i've had to double the defaul mem usage (give 'er a -mx128m on startup)
13:29 <+polecat> GAH!  No wonder!  I had hawk on ignore.
13:29 < jrandom> well, we've got at least 3 people on kaffe these days
13:30 < jrandom> other than that, though, how is going for y'all?
13:30  * polecat is on kaffe... doesn't know of a better JVM at the moment.
13:30 < jrandom> early reports were good, but i havent heard much lately
13:30 <+Ch0Hag> I had 64, shall try 128
13:30 < Ragnarok> seems good
13:30 < keysersoze> jrandom: No major problems here
13:30 <@duck> latest major irc outage was mine
13:30 <+Ch0Hag> And yes, much of it was OOMing
13:31 <@duck> otherwise I think it is a bit unstable (since my bw enabling), but I dont have proof
13:31 < jrandom> the throttling on your machine is a bit of a choke point, as e.g. each message you receive is something like 20+ messages that have to be sent out
13:32 <@duck> ah
13:32 < jrandom> but i agree, irc has been bumpy 
13:32 < cervantes> has always been rock solid on my ibm jvm, so I've avoided upgrading at this stage
13:32 < cervantes> (22 days uptime)
13:32 < jrandom> nice cervantes 
13:32 < jrandom> duck: [insert comment describing hopes for new streaming lib here]
13:33 < cervantes> baffled's irc server has been a little less bumpy
13:33 < jrandom> word, thats a good metric
13:33 < keysersoze> cervantes:  What version does he run? (Do you know?)
13:33 < ant> <dm> will streaming lib have an effect on IRC, or are the messages too small anyway?
13:33 <@duck> I have been a good duck this week, so I'll up the limit a bit
13:33 < jrandom> lemmie check keysersoze 
13:33 < jrandom> :)
13:33 <+polecat> I've got 11 hours uptime.  ;.;
13:34 < jrandom> keysersoze:
13:34 < keysersoze> jrandom: ;) But one could ask him here when he's around
13:34 < keysersoze> ok
13:34 < jrandom> dm: the new streaming lib will improve resiliance and address failures, but obviously won't improve irc throughput
13:34 < jrandom> (router versions are published in the netDb, and i know which routers are his)
13:34 < ant> <dm> that's good
13:35 < jrandom> ok, do we have anythingelse for
13:35 < jrandom> if not, swinging briefly over to 2) streaming lib progress
13:36 < keysersoze> no
13:36 < jrandom> as mentioned in the notes, more news when its available :)
13:36 <+polecat> What would we be able to do with the streaming lib that we would not be able to do before it exists?
13:36 < Ragnarok> download large files quickly
13:36 < Ragnarok> and DOS the network :)
13:36 < jrandom> polecat: transfer arbitrarily large files, transfer at > 4KBps
13:37 <+Ch0Hag> and/or reliably?
13:37 < jrandom> Ragnarok: *not* dos'ing the network is what i'm working on now ;)
13:37 <+protokol> i've noticed over time that if i lose a connection on eepIRC, the reconnects always fail, but if i stop it for a few minutes it connects just fine
13:37 <+polecat> It would increase the transfer rate?  o.O
13:37 < jrandom> polecat: yes.  the current streaming lib uses a fixed 1 packet window size - waiting for an ack before sending the next message
13:37  * polecat nods to protokol, seems so.
13:38 < ant> <dm> The streaming lib will allow a new class of TCP-based applications to be usable on I2P. 
13:38 < Ragnarok> jrandom: ah, good.  I've been a little concerned about that :)
13:38 < ant> <dm> That's the marketing version.
13:38 < jrandom> let me just say that throughput looks promising with the new lib.
13:39 < jrandom> heh dm
13:39 < keysersoze> jrandom: Like the extension to normal TCP, where the sending machine will keep sending even if it hasn't receivved an ACK yet, up to a certain number?
13:39 <+polecat> jrandom: Ah, I see how that could be compromising...
13:39 < jrandom> right keysersoze, up to a (sliding) window size
13:39 < jrandom> (doing all that congestion control / avoidance stuff) [/arm waving]
13:40 <+polecat> I also see how it might have congestion problems.  If many packets are sent after a connection is dropped.
13:40 < cervantes> will be interesting to see some benchmarks comparisions for i2p BT over the new streaming lib and the old not-so-streaming lib
13:40 < jrandom> aye cervantes 
13:41 < jrandom> polecat: thats the biggest danger, preventing a network flood, which is why we're deploying cautiously
13:41 < ant> <dm> I have a bug to report. Someone remind me when we hit 5.
13:41 < cervantes> jrandom: from an application point of view, how transparent will the switch over be?
13:42 < keysersoze> polecat: Do the current plans implement a "slow-start" idea, where the window will be 1 first, and then cautiously increased to 2, and ONLY if that works well, to 3, etc. Up to a certain maximum?
13:42 <+polecat> Does use the streaming lib, or has it not yet been deployed?
13:42 < jrandom> cervantes when 0.4.2 is out, no code changes.  you can even use the streaming lib now if you want, if you specify a magic flag in the environment :)
13:42 < cervantes> polecat: that will be with us on 0.4.2
13:42 < ant> * dm everyone rushes towards jrandom.
13:42 < jrandom> its with you now - see streaming.jar
13:42 < jrandom> but disabled by default
13:42 < ant> <dm> "flag! flag! flag!"
13:43 < keysersoze> jrandom: Ow come on, spoil us and tell which env var ;)
13:43 < jrandom> however, the streaming lib is *NOT BACKWARDS COMPATIBLE*
13:43 < jrandom> aka you can't use IRC with it
13:43 < cervantes> I have an early .1.3 remember ;-)
13:43 < jrandom> unless duck runs a seperate newStreamingLib destination
13:43 <+polecat> Yeah... probably best to switch in sync then, not individually.
13:43 < jrandom> yup
13:43 <+Ch0Hag> I think this flag is one of those "if you can't find it, you don't need it" ones.
13:43 < ant> <dm> duck: for the love of god, do as you're told!!!
13:43 <+Ch0Hag> Like most of GCCs...
13:43 < jrandom> right Ch0Hag :)
13:44 < jrandom> dm: still some other things to be tested
13:44 < jrandom> e.g. this morning mule was helping out test with FUQID
13:44 < keysersoze> jrandom: Does that influence any of the hosts.txt keys for existing I2P destinations?
13:44 < mule> missed the meeting. end of daylight savings :(.
13:44 < jrandom> (and FUQID does eeevil things :)
13:45 < jrandom> heya mule, me too :)  you're just in time
13:45 < ant> <dm> mule: you haven't missed section 5) ?????
13:45 <+Ch0Hag> Oh speaking of fuqid, is there news on stasher?
13:45 < ant> <dm> for all you know, ???? might be: GOTO 1
13:45 < jrandom> keysersoze: no, the streaming lib isn't involved in that part of things
13:45 <+Ch0Hag> Or is  that a big enough topic to wait until 5?
13:45 < jrandom> Ch0Hag: no one has heard anything from aum since september, and no one else is doing anything on stasher.
13:46 < jrandom> (but there is other DHT stuff to discuss in 5)??? i hear)
13:46 <+Ch0Hag> Oh.
13:46 <+Ch0Hag> Bummer.
13:46 <+Ch0Hag> The freenet devs didn't have their competition ... removed did they?
13:46 <+Ch0Hag> :)
13:46 < jrandom> heh
13:47 <+polecat> The first application of assassination politics.   x3
13:47 <+Ch0Hag> Anyway I have nothing else, so I shan't butt in again until 5
13:47 < jrandom> ok, there's lots going on in the streaming lib, but discussion will have to wait for later
13:47 < jrandom> unless there's somethingelse, we can move to 3) BT progress
13:47 < cervantes> </evasion>
13:48 < ant> <dm> Doesn't everyone wish jrandom adopted the toad deployment process?
13:48 < ant> <dm> Build 3435: streaming lib attempt
13:48 < jrandom> duck: ping?
13:48 < ant> <dm> Build 3436: streaming lib attempt 2
13:48 <@duck> pong
13:48 < ant> <dm> Build 3436: streaming lib attempt 3
13:48 < jrandom> be nice
13:48  * duck takes the mike
13:48 < Ragnarok> no, no we don't
13:48 <@duck> dinoman, Ragnarok and me have been working on the BT client.
13:48 <@duck> - BT protocol analysed and changes specified on http://duck.i2p/i2p-bt/txt/i2p-bt_protocol.txt
13:48 <@duck> - dino modified phpbt, info at http://duck.i2p/i2p-bt/txt/tracker.txt
13:48 <@duck> dino got the client to talk with the tracker, R and me have improved it a bit.
13:48 <@duck> the whole tracker <-> client stuff worked
13:48 <@duck> but we got stuck at the python sam library...
13:49 <@duck> Connelly has been helping, but also busy
13:49 <@duck> and aum is missing
13:49 <+polecat> I'm still stunned BT can work at all on i2p...
13:49 <@duck> so I threw out pysam, reimplemented BT's RawServer.py and now it kinda works.
13:49 < jrandom> (w00t!)
13:49 <@duck> hot news: channel #i2p-bt (especially topic with latest release info)
13:49 <@duck> now I am working at adding a lot of logging support, to catch some little flaws
13:50 < Ragnarok> it's much nicer than the original RawServer.py
13:50 < peer> duck: so is it ready for beta testing?
13:50 <@duck> (for example during the EndGame it has to timeout and retry to get the last bits)
13:50 <@duck> peer: yup
13:50 <@duck> a little point of discussion:
13:51 <@duck> so far it is python 2.2 (and up) compatible
13:51 <@duck> (seems to be the same for bittorrent itself)
13:51 <@duck> the logging stuff needs 2.3 though...
13:51 < cervantes> yus indeed
13:51 <@duck> how bad do you think that is?
13:51 < jrandom> my freebsd and linux boxen have 2.3
13:51 < ant> <dm> bad?
13:52 < jrandom> (though they were installed within the last year)
13:52 < Ragnarok> are there any major distros still shipping 2.2?
13:52 <@duck> debian-stable still seems to ship 2.2, last time I checked
13:52 < jrandom> ah, i'm on debian unstable
13:52 <@duck> but then again that is hardly a surprise
13:52 <+Ch0Hag> Debian ships 2.3, 2.2, 2.1 and possibly 2.0
13:52 <+Ch0Hag> Together.
13:52 < Ragnarok> except Debian stable, I think...
13:53 <+Ch0Hag> That's what I'm unsure about.
13:53 < jrandom> it'd be nice to have 2.2 support - are there no good logging libs for it?
13:53 < Ragnarok> silly debian
13:53 <@duck> jrandom: you could bundle the 2.3 lib
13:54 < Ragnarok> can logging simply be made optional?
13:54 <@duck> I guess
13:55 < jrandom> well, its really a coder-productivity-tool, so whatever works best for the people coding
13:55 < ant> <dm> we can worry about this when I2P + BT becomes popular.
13:55 < keysersoze> For whom is this logging necessary? Not for the end-user, I guess, so when deploying, it shouldn't matter that logging isn't possible on some platforms, no?
13:55 < ant> <dm> by then maybe 2.3 is standard
13:55 < jrandom> 2.2 support would be nice, but i dont think it'd be that bad if 2.3 were required
13:55 < cervantes> duck: so the tracker's peer announce list can be made to spew out i2p destinations instead of machine ips?
13:56 <@duck> ok, we'll try to abstract the logging lib, with 2.2 use stdout
13:56 <@duck> cervantes: http://duck.i2p/i2p-bt/diffs/phpbt-i2p.diff
13:56 < jrandom> keysersoze: you want logging deployed on the clients machines so that if/when bugs arise, the dev can get detailed logs
13:56 < jrandom> word duck
13:56 < cervantes> ta
13:56 <+Ch0Hag> heh if anyone's still interested, Woody has python 1.5, 2.0 and 2.1
13:56 <+Ch0Hag> :)
13:57 <@duck> heh
13:57 <@duck> ok, in that case I say require 2.3
13:57 <@duck> and fuck woody
13:57 < cervantes> think mine is tuck on 1.5 and 2.2
13:57 < jrandom> yeah, no need to deal with 2.1
13:57 < cervantes> (upgrade time)
13:57 < jrandom> heh
13:57 <+Ch0Hag> That's the opinion of most Debian users, too
13:58 < Ragnarok> addressbook.py requires 2.3
13:58 <@duck> there are some interesting sub projects:
13:58 < jrandom> ah ok cool Ragnarok 
13:58 <@duck> researching the optimal settings for i2p
13:58 <+polecat> That little thing requires 2.3?
13:58 < keysersoze> jrandom: I agree, but on a small net like now (~100 peers), it's not a problem to have some beta-testers upgrade to 2.2 or 2.3. And once the most blatant bugs are stamped out, the new "real" endd-users shouldn't really need logging. So what I'm saying is: The logging is no problem at this stage, so we agree ;)
13:58 < cervantes> when I was pulling apart BT a year or so back, this machine was pushing 6mb/sec through the tracker at times...
13:58 <+polecat> Weird... 2.2 must be practically crippled then.
13:58 < Ragnarok> 2.3 has better urllib proxy support
13:58 <@duck> porting the standard bt tracker too
13:58 < cervantes> I mean the seed
13:59 < Ragnarok> it could work on 2.2, but it'd be too much effort :)
13:59 <+polecat> Ah that would be important, right.
13:59 < jrandom> duck: researching the optimal settings will be tough until 0.4.2 comes out
13:59 <@duck> right
14:00 < jrandom> porting the tracker would be great though. do you have the tools for creating the .torrent implemented, or did you do that manually?
14:00 <@duck> whut?
14:00 < cervantes> the client has tons of nice tweaks for peer takeup rates, timeouts, min/max peers etc
14:01 < cervantes> jrandom: that shouldn't need any modification I think
14:01 < jrandom> duck: the .torrent references the i2p destination of the tracker, right?
14:01 <@duck> right now we ship: btdownloadheadless.py + btmakemetafile.py + btshowmetainfo.py
14:01 < jrandom> or does it reference the name?
14:01 < cervantes> it's just a url and a bunch of sha1 hashes
14:01 <@duck> though btmakemetafile.py and btshowmetainfo.py are not modified
14:01 < jrandom> "a url" is the tough part :)
14:02 <@duck> so you can use other tools
14:02 <@duck> its http://duck.i2p/phpbt/announce.php now
14:02 < jrandom> ok, cool
14:02 <@duck> guess you can use http://i2p/bigbase64/announce.php
14:02 <+protokol> are their plans for other clients to support eepTorrent? i like azureus
14:02 <@duck> plenty
14:02 < cervantes> jrandom: the early version I looked at did no url validation on the announce string
14:03 < ant> <dm> what does eep stand for again?
14:03 < cervantes> you could put anything in there
14:03 < jrandom> hmm, worth checking to see if that works duck ( in case phpbt does stupid url rewriting, etc)
14:03 < cervantes> dm: look in the forum glossary
14:03 <@duck> maybe its time for an i2p-bt forum?
14:03 < keysersoze> duck: Especially once new users, that don't have a "registration" in hosts.txt, want to host trackers, it _must_ be possible to have a base64 iin theer
14:03 <+Ch0Hag> Eye Eye Pee?
14:03 < jrandom> that'd be cool duck
14:03 <@duck> (forum section on forum.i2p)
14:04 < ant> <dm> cervantes: that was helpful!
14:04 < cervantes> duck: yeah no probs
14:04 <@duck> keysersoze: it will be investigated
14:04 < jrandom> still, as is its pretty bloody cool
14:05 < jrandom> the 4KBps per peer isn't really that much of a problem either
14:05 < ant> <dm> what time is it? "There's a clock just two blocks down the road"
14:05 < cervantes> moving forward oerhaps we should set up a seperate forum space so people can publish files alla suprnova
14:05 <@duck> eeprnova
14:05 < jrandom> cervantes: with reviews, etc :)
14:05 < keysersoze> jrandom: Will the transition to streaminglib require large changes to the current python I2P-BT code?
14:05 <+polecat> I sure never get more than 4KBps even on IPv4 bittorrent streams...
14:05 < peer> would be good if there were a command line argument for setting the i2p server address, so you can run it from other machines on a network
14:05 < jrandom> (but i think that'd be best left outside of the forum.i2p, perhaps)
14:06 < jrandom> keysersoze: 0 changes
14:06 <@duck> mind you that i2p-bt trackers will scale a lot worse
14:06 <@duck> since they have to send bloaty big keys
14:06 < Ragnarok> polecat: you must be natted
14:06 < keysersoze> polecat: ((OT) try the firefox torrent of today ;))
14:06 < cervantes> jrandom: yup.
14:06 <@duck> where the normal trackers are recently modified to only send 6 bytes / peer
14:06 < jrandom> peer: i2p server address?
14:07 < jrandom> peer: i use the i2p-bt with my SAM bridge locally accessing a remote router
14:07 < jrandom> oh, but it'd be nice if there were flags to set the SAM bridge location & eep proxy location in the CLI, yeah
14:07 < peer> jrandom: yep
14:07 < keysersoze> duck: Can we compress the host-key? (Just asking...)
14:08 < peer> with one cli arg
14:08 < jrandom> (rather than remodifying the code after every release :)
14:08 <@duck> keysersoze: using binary instead of base64 will shrink it a bit
14:08 <@duck> like 15% 
14:08 <@duck> no worth it
14:08 < keysersoze> duck: I agree.
14:09 < ant> <dm> cervantes: where is this forum glossary? I don't see anything at http://forum.i2p.net/
14:09 < Ragnarok> could hostnames be used?
14:09 < jrandom> Ragnarok: hostnames are not globally unique
14:09 <@duck> Ragnarok: dont want to go there
14:09 < cervantes> dm: only shows up for reg'd users
14:10 < ant> <dm> cervantes: oh excellent! I'll look for eep on google then!
14:10 < Ragnarok> fair enough
14:11 < cervantes> dm: it's a phoneme for IIP
14:11 < cervantes> is the word on the street
14:11 < jrandom> ok, y'all are doing tremendous work on the bt side of things, and i look forward to hearing (and using) more :)
14:11 < ant> <dm> cervantes: not an acronym?
14:12  * cervantes has 1/2 of a terabyte of movies and tv shows to share
14:12 < jrandom> do we have anything else wrt i2p-bt to discuss?
14:12 < cervantes> dm: not that I've heard
14:12 <@duck> (dont forget #i2p-bt)
14:12 < jrandom> yeah, #i2p-bt, finally an incentive for people to move from freenode :)
14:12 < ant> <dm> alrighty. Thank you sir.
14:13 <+Ch0Hag> As if this Great network wasn't incentive enough already...
14:13 < jrandom> ok if not, shall we move on to 4) addressbook.py
14:13 < jrandom> Ragnarok: wanna give us the run down?
14:13 < Ragnarok> whee
14:14 < Ragnarok> hm, ok.  addressbook.py is a first stab at a subscribable address book system.
14:14 < Ragnarok> It's pretty ugly at the moment, but it works
14:14 < Ragnarok> you can get it at ragnarok.i2p
14:14 < peer> can i just make a suggestion re: naming? i think the best method would be for the links between eepsites to use base64, but let people create their own bookmark names for sites, rather than having any centralised naming system
14:14 < Ragnarok> um...
14:14 < Ragnarok> any questions?
14:15 <+postman> Ragnarok: define ugly :)
14:15 < jrandom> Ragnarok: kickass
14:15 < ant> <dm> jrandom: not a question
14:15 <+polecat> What were we talking about again?  @.@
14:15 < peer> sort of like the bookmarks on the front page of the freenet web interface, but instead with urls
14:15 < cervantes> Ragnarok: is it all command line, or is there a gui?
14:15 < Ragnarok> read it, it's ugly :)
14:15 < jrandom> peer: agreed, though we need author tools
14:15 < cervantes> there weren't any screenies so I lost interest and went away ;-)
14:15 < jrandom> peer: though the ?i2paddresshelper helps
14:15 <+postman> Ragnarok: ok, thanks - i will check it out
14:16 <+polecat> Bah, GUIs are for soccer moms!
14:16 < Ragnarok> it's all command line.  It's designed to be run as a daemon.  It doesn't run as a daemon on windows yet, but that's my next project.
14:16 < Ragnarok> aside from the cli tool, all interactions are through config files.
14:17 < jrandom> perhaps the next step in the namign field is a web interface for managing the entries and subscriptions?
14:17 < cervantes> are you basically syndicating your hosts file then?
14:17 < Ragnarok> yes
14:17 < cervantes> right...cool
14:17 < Ragnarok> web interface would be great.  I'm not writing it, though :)
14:17 < jrandom> with merges and conflict management
14:18 <+polecat> What is the conflict management, besides yelping about it in the log?
14:18 < jrandom> yeah, the engine itself is Good Stuff, maybe we can get someone else to jump on the web side of it :)
14:19 < Ragnarok> none.  If you want to resolve a conflict, you do it by hand :).  Though, it is a bit easier now.
14:19 < jrandom> polecat: yelp & never overwrite an existing entry afaik
14:19 < jrandom> (er, what he said)
14:19 < cervantes> it would be nice as a sidebar plugin for firefox...
14:19 <+polecat> Yes, that's what I had thought.
14:19 < cervantes> that's something I could work into my i2p toolbar
14:20 < Ragnarok> user changes are never overwritten, so it's reasonably secure against attack
14:20 < jrandom> and you should only subscribe to relatively trustworthy peers
14:20 < Ragnarok> indeed
14:20 < cervantes> maybe a feature to lock entries?
14:20 < cervantes> (ie move them to userhosts)
14:21 < Ragnarok> entries are are never modified
14:21 <+polecat> I like the concept of a myhosts.txt file for entries you want to endorse yourself.
14:21 < cervantes> Ragnarok: ah sorry, so you said
14:22 < Ragnarok> myhosts.txt is a dirty hack to get around a race condition, but for some reason everyone likes it as an interface thing :)
14:22 < jrandom> if people are interested, there are ways to get the i2ptunnel / sam / etc to read from more than just hosts.txt and userhosts.txt
14:22 < jrandom> (but only if there's a good solid reason to do so)
14:22 < cervantes> Ragnarok: you were meant to pretend that was intentional ;-)
14:23  * duck suggest abstracting away from hosts.txt / userhosts.txt
14:23 <+polecat> My perl version of addressbook.pl supports the myhosts.txt thing.
14:23 < Ragnarok> yeah, that will be part of the big rewrite :)
14:23  * polecat notes to duck, you'd have to modify i2ptunnel and sam to do that.
14:23 < Ragnarok> first, I want to get feature parity on windows, though.
14:24 < jrandom> right duck, as it would have been nice for 0.4.2 if we could flag different destinations as "oldLib" and "newLib" (etc)
14:24 <@duck> polecat: you could write the final result to something called 'hosts.txt'
14:24 < cervantes> ideally you want a hierachical mini-database of local addresses you can catagorise 
14:24 <@duck> but use some other structure towards the user
14:24 <+polecat> The final result goes to userhosts.txt
14:24 <+polecat> And also a file called "hosts.txt" on the eepsite that is not the system hosts.txt.
14:24 <@duck> which is confusing :)
14:25 < Ragnarok> I like to be as confusing as possible :)
14:25 < MrEcho> hope to have the dns done by the end of the month
14:25 <@duck> ok, then let the name depend on the checksum of the content
14:25 < cervantes> addressbook.txt? :)
14:25 < Ragnarok> the published address book is just called hosts.txt, because that's what it is on dev.i2p
14:25 <+polecat> It's possible to call Ragnarok's hosts.txt file something else.  People just have to subscribe to that other filename.
14:26 < Ragnarok> true, it's a configuration option
14:26 <+polecat> i.e. like going http://polecat.i2p/addressbook instead of http://polecat.i2p/hosts.txt
14:26 < MrEcho> fyi, my dns doesnt touch the hosts file .. just like a real dns
14:27 <+polecat> Oh yeah, there's that too.  >.<
14:27 <@duck> my dns causes world peace
14:27 < jrandom> MrEcho: it might be worthwhile to explore interoperability
14:27 <+polecat> There's /etc/hosts, jrandom's hosts.txt that i2ptunnel and sam use, and now the hosts.txt published by Ragnarok.
14:28 < Ragnarok> I don't think anything that doesn't resolve names locally will ever perform acceptably over i2p, but you're welcome to prove me wrong :) 
14:28 < mule> hostile environment :)
14:28 < MrEcho> i could make it update the hosts text, but i was hoping to add something in other code
14:28 < jrandom> there is some code in cvs (under apps/myi2p) for loading/storing address book entries with the data posted to that feb email, if anyone is interested ;)
14:29 <+polecat> ?
14:29 < MrEcho> already took a look jr
14:30 < jrandom> polecat: http://forum.i2p.net/viewtopic.php?t=141#419
14:30 <+polecat> You mean under apps/myi2p/java/src/net/i2p/myi2p
14:30 < jrandom> well, yeah, if you want to get specific ;)
14:30 <+polecat> More like hideously redundant.  ;3
14:31 < jrandom> cool MrEcho, though i'm suggesting that sort of file format for other naming systems too, if people are going to consider replacing hosts.txt
14:31 < jrandom> polecat: with good reason (and imho there's no redundancy in that pathname ;)
14:31 < Ragnarok> cool.  I'll have a look
14:32 < ant> <dm> at least it doesn't say internet three times in there anymore
14:33 < jrandom> it'd have to be implemented as a net.i2p.client.naming.NamingService as well - something to load from that local db, but that shouldn't be too hard
14:33 <+polecat> Eek!  No, no noo MX records... no CNAME... 
14:33 < jrandom> having multiple destinations per name is a good idea though
14:33 < ant> <janonymous2> Im partial to an address book/ dns hybrid
14:34 < jrandom> an address book is a domain name system :)
14:34 <+polecat> jrandom: How many times did you have to call it myi2p?  And how necessary is it to call it i2p if it's already called myi2p?  And is there any question whether or not that mess is a thing of java?
14:34 < jrandom> polecat: not all myi2p code will be in java.
14:34 <@duck> go back to your cave you perl troll :)
14:34 <+polecat> I agree that it's all necessary, not blaming you jrandom, but blaming java and ant.
14:35 < jrandom> polecat: and i2p's codebase is unique under the net.i2p namespace, as we don't control the net.myi2p namespace :)
14:35  * polecat grunts and crouches under the bridge.
14:35 < ant> <dm> polecat: it's called OCD
14:35 < jrandom> heh
14:35 < jrandom> its called software engineering ;)
14:36 <+polecat> Yes, but why put everything in a directory structure parroting the namespace?
14:36 <+polecat> Just specify like... in the file "This file is namespace net.i2p"
14:36 < jrandom> but anyway, anything else on Ragnarok's kickass naming system?  :)
14:36 <@duck> it kicks ass
14:36 < Ragnarok> thank you :)
14:36 <+polecat> Asseth Kickius.
14:36 < jrandom> polecat: there are 1340 java files in i2p
14:37 <@duck> I was _shocked_ when I wanted to visit an eepsite and the host was already propagated
14:37 < Ragnarok> hehe
14:37 < jrandom> :)
14:37 <+polecat> Well, not saying it needs to be squashed all in one place.  1340 files seems an awful lot though, isn't there any redundant code in there?  o.O
14:38 < Ragnarok> does anyone know a command to kill a windows process by pid?
14:38 <@duck> like TCP stack reimplementations? :)
14:38 <+polecat> Not to mention fully functional web servers.  c.c
14:38 < jrandom> heh
14:38 < jrandom> oh, lemmie skip the jetty code..
14:39 < keysersoze> (91 peers on the net now!)
14:39 < ant> <dm> ragnarok: kill
14:39 < jrandom> ok, 389 in router/ and core/ 
14:39 < Ragnarok> what versions does that exist on?
14:39 <+polecat> That's still a lot for a lousy router... but considering the all and everything not too bad.
14:39 < ant> <dm> not sure... Running XP here.
14:39 < cervantes> Ragnarook: only if you have the support cd files installed
14:40 < Ragnarok> ah
14:40  * duck refocuses
14:40 < cervantes> Ragnarok: otherwise download sysinternals pskill
14:40 < jrandom> ok, anything else for 4) addressbook.py, or shall we move on to 5) ???
14:41 < cervantes> Ragnarok: http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/freeware/pstools.shtml
14:41 < jrandom> ok, 5) it is
14:41 < Ragnarok> neat, thanks :)
14:41 < jrandom> polecat: iirc you wanted to bring up bamboo-dht?
14:41 < MrEcho> ? meeting right now
14:41 <+polecat> :chants: DHT DHT USA USA~/o
14:42 <+polecat> Yes indeed.  I'm just looking something up...
14:42 < jrandom> yes MrEcho 
14:43 <+Ch0Hag> 5?
14:43 < jrandom> 5) ???
14:43 < MrEcho> heh
14:43 <+Ch0Hag> ooh yes, I've found an irrelevant semantic bug
14:43 < jrandom> sup Ch0Hag?
14:43 <+polecat> There are 79 java files in bamboo source.  There are 253 files total.
14:44 <+polecat> The entire project takes 4.6 megabytes in source and support files, before building.
14:44 < jrandom> yikes
14:44 <+Ch0Hag> in /netdb.jsp, 'our' information is given port first, whereas other peers are given host first
14:44 <+Ch0Hag> On the Addresses line
14:44 < jrandom> have  you played around with it polecat?
14:44 < jrandom> Ch0Hag: the ordering is arbitrary
14:45 <+Ch0Hag> And has been up for an hour with 128MB under Kaffe
14:45 <+polecat> I haven't had much of a chance.  I played around with circle, and got a nifty graphical representation of a PGP public key, but not bamboo yet.
14:45 < ant> <dm> ah yes, ch0hag's insignificant bug report reminded me!
14:45 < ant> <dm> on the config page it says "you should either use a service like dyndns or leave the hostname blank. If you leave it blank, your router will autodetect the 'correct' IP address by asking a peer"
14:45 <+Ch0Hag> It seems to be host/port on all of them
14:45 < MrEcho> Uptime: 54h Memory: 23,506KB
14:45 <+Ch0Hag> But hey
14:45 <+Ch0Hag> It's not like it really matters.
14:46 < ant> <dm> which is great for me, since I have a dynamic IP address and have been waiting for this feature for some time, but when I blank and hit save, it automatically fills the box again with an (incorrect) IP
14:46 < cervantes> polecat: do you have a url?
14:46 < ant> <dm> Cheers!
14:47 < jrandom> hmm dm, it doesnt honor you setting it to empty?  
14:47 < jrandom> thats definitely a substantial bug
14:47 <+polecat> Yes, moment please.
14:47 < Ragnarok> it would be nice if it only recommended filling in the box if you have a real, static hostname.  Or if the box wasn't there...
14:47 < jrandom> Ch0Hag: kaffe typically keeps a steady size
14:47 <+polecat> http://bamboo-dht.org/
14:48 < jrandom> Ragnarok: i'm considering removing that box altogether, leaving it for the hackers to add on /configadvanced.jsp
14:48 < ant> <dm> I only care because the instruction paragraph makes me feel like na idiot when I can't get it to blank ;)
14:48 < cervantes> polecat: ta
14:48 <+Ch0Hag> dm: It's clearly an intelligence test.
14:48 <+Ch0Hag> If you can make it stay blank, you pass.
14:48 <+polecat> I also notice bamboo seems to compile with jikes and the kaffe jar in approximately 30 seconds.
14:48 <+polecat> Uses some weird variables though, JAVAC and JAVAHOME instead of JAVA_HOME
14:49 < Ragnarok> jr: I think that's a great idea.  At this point, it's a bit like a newbie trap.
14:50 < cervantes> dm: do you click the save button, or hit enter?
14:50 < ant> <dm> click save
14:50 < ant> <dm>     * Updated bandwidth limits
14:50 < ant> <dm>     * Configuration saved successfully
14:50 <@duck> polecat: do you plan to take a closer look at it?
14:51 <+polecat> I do indeed.  bamboo seems like the best candidate for porting over i2p, and the most "together" DHT project I see out there.
14:52 <+polecat> The important thing is whether it "works" or not of course.
14:52 < jrandom> bah, who needs functionality, its all about buzzword compatability!
14:53 < jrandom> please keep us updated on how it goes
14:53 < jrandom> (as i agree, the project does look promising)
14:53 <@duck> probably most important is what it offers for transport level modifications
14:54 < ant> <janonymous2> Whats the shtick on bamboo?
14:54 < jrandom> aye, whether it requires NIO channels or uses plain sockets
14:54 < cervantes> heh... bamboo news: "5 Aug Bamboo Now 100% Pure Java...uses Berkely DB Java Edition"   "4 Nov Bamboo No Longer 100% Pure Java...BDB Java sucked..back to C""
14:54 < jrandom> (though we /could/ write NIO channels for i2psocket, it'd take some work)
14:54 <+polecat> jrandom: Go back to your cathedral, java gargoyle!  X3
14:54 <+polecat> Indeed.  If it requires TCP or UDP, or worse... DNS, then we might be hosed.
14:54 <+polecat> NIO/
14:54 <+polecat> NIO?
14:55 <+polecat> All I know is ni'o means change the subject in lojban.
14:55 < jrandom> NIO is a New I/O library in java, added in 1.4
14:55 <+polecat> I see.  Even plain sockets though, doesn't SAM have analog objects for sockets, and analog read() and write() functions?
14:55 < jrandom> yes
14:56 < jrandom> if they use plain sockets, its easy as shit
14:56 < jrandom> (...whatever that means)
14:56 < ant> <janonymous2> Whats bamboo?
14:56 < jrandom> bamboo-dht.org
14:57 < cervantes> what were the problems with pysam btw?
14:57  * polecat nods.
14:58 <@duck> cervantes: sending / receiving data
14:58 < cervantes> duck: oh is that all? :)
14:58 < ant> * janonymous2 /me coweres on his inadequate phone
14:58 <@duck> and making / detecting connections
14:58 <+Nightblade> it didn't send?
14:59 < Ragnarok> oy
14:59 <@duck> Nightblade: it probably did something
14:59 <+Nightblade> does it work at all?
15:00 < cervantes> duck: any thoughts on i2p-bt forum section naming?
15:00 < cervantes> d'you want you're own top level, with some subs?
15:01 < Ragnarok> hm, I've got to hit the road.  Have a good rest-of-meeting :)
15:01 < jrandom> Nightblade: aum was using it, so i'm sure it worked
15:01 < jrandom> l8r Ragnarok 
15:01 < cervantes> you're = your
15:01 < cervantes> cya ragnarok
15:02 < ant> <janonymous2> Status on bt?
15:02 < jrandom> janonymous: see the meeting logs (once they come out)
15:03 < jrandom> speaking of which, is there anything else people would like to bring up in the meeting?
15:03 < ant> <janonymous2> Oh, my bad
15:04  * cervantes hands jr the egold plated baffer
15:04  * jrandom winds up
15:04 < jrandom> ...
15:04 < jrandom> ...
15:04  * jrandom *baf*s the meeting closed