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New Scalable Mesh Networking Protocol That Makes Net Neutrality Irrelevant (isogrid.org)
7 points by PhaseMage on Dec 15, 2017 | hide | past | favorite | 3 comments

Hi, I'm the main developer behind the IsoGrid Protocol. Let me know if you have any questions!

I'm looking for folks who might be interested in helping out. I was raised under Windows, but I want to use free (as in freedom) software, so integration has been a bit slow going as I learn how to use Linux.

"Protocols" of scaling mesh networks are a dime a dozen. I'd rather read about stable and popular implementations of them.

Implementation is in-progress. I've open-sourced it at https://github.com/IsoGrid/IsoSwitch

I agree with you, I would also rather be reading about a stable and popular implementation of a scalable mesh network. However, there is no such thing. TCP/IP is the closest I've seen, but I think we can do better.

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