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Re: A Java-based Tor simulator -- where can I share it?

very nice! im very looking forward to this one .. 
how is traffic generated in the simulation? do you have sort of a rule
based generator or do i still need manual interaction?


On Mon, Apr 23, 2007 at 02:24:45AM -0400, Roger Dingledine wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 23, 2007 at 01:41:51AM +0200, Karsten Loesing wrote:
> > as a preparatory work for my GSoC project I implemented a Java-based Tor
> > simulator that might also be useful for others (the other GSoC
> > students?).
> Great!
> > Originally, it was intended to analyze behavior of hidden
> > service requests in public and private Tor networks. But I think it can
> > be used for other services in Tor, too. At least it can be a start to
> > generate a first network configuration. If you want to read more, I
> > attached the first section of the howto to this mail. And maybe you can
> > read even more in the future......
> > 
> > (and this brings me to my actual question): ...... where? How can I
> > share this code? Can you host it at your Subversion repository? Or will
> > Google host it (because it's part of the project)? I could also host it
> > at the CVS repository at our university, but how would others learn
> > about it (link)?
> > 
> > The next question is about the code that we GSoCers are going to write
> > during our projects: do you create a branch for each GSoC project? Or
> > will we host our projects at Google or by ourselves?
> We are happy to add projects like this to the Tor SVN repository when it
> makes sense (and in this case it probably does). The usual approach is
> for the author to put a tarball up somewhere first, so we can grab it and
> look through it to see what it actually is, whether it's ready or wants
> a lot of revision before it goes 'live', etc. If you don't have any place
> to post a tarball, let me know and I can give you some web space on moria.
> We'll probably want to make a new module in SVN for this, and for other
> projects as they come up. We don't really have a formal process for
> picking names for new modules, since we've only done it a handful of
> times so far, so the current plan is to continue winging it. :)
> > And the last question: What about licenses? What do I have to write to
> > the code to include it in the license?
> I'm not clear on what your question is here. Our favorite license
> currently is the 3-clause BSD license, and the rest of the projects in Tor
> SVN use that license too. If you want to use 3-clause BSD too, feel free
> to grab the text of it from a Tor tarball, change the names, years, etc,
> and now you have your own shiny new license. Is this what you were asking?
> Thanks!
> --Roger