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ntoll
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A programmable peer-to-peer data store built for simplicity, security, openness and fun (and designed to withstand nuclear war).

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The Drogulus

This is an unfinished work in progress!

A small and simple peer-to-peer data store and an exercise in practical philosophy.

It'll probably all come to nothing. ;-)

You can't do much with the drogulus at the moment although this should change very soon.

This is free and unencumbered software released into the public domain. Please read the UNLICENSE file for details.

Why? ++++

The following three (somewhat out of date) blog posts from a couple of years ago explain what I'm up to. You should probably read them in the order they are listed:

  • Politics, Programming, Data and the Drogulus - http://ntoll.org/article/ppdd
  • Drogulus - Questions and Clarifications - http://ntoll.org/article/drogulus-questions-and-clarifications
  • How to Build a Drogulus - http://ntoll.org/article/build-a-drogulus

Developer Setup +++++++++++++++

This project requires Python version 3.3 (or higher).

Make a new virtualenv (see: http://virtualenvwrapper.readthedocs.org/en/latest/) using Python > 3.3::

$ mkvirtualenv drogulus

Install the requirements::

$ pip install -r requirements.txt

The

make
command is a useful starting point. If you type
make check
and see a passing test suite followed by a coverage report then you should be set up all fine and dandy.

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