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Date:      Wed, 15 Oct 2014 15:58:14 -0400
From:      Walter <fbsd@saveouraquifer.org>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   minder
Message-ID:  <543ED1D6.3000500@saveouraquifer.org>

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I'm wanting to have (or write) a utility to keep a list of IP addresses
of various computers so I can connect to them over the internet.
I found 'minder' in the ports which seems to say that's what it does,
but I can't find documentation on how to use it; the website:
http://www.alhem.net/project/minder/ is not helpful.  Anyone?

On the other hand, if I write my own I can then expand it to do
other p2p things, like synchronize file directories, chat, messages,
remote program activation, et cetera.  I looked a bit at:

bitmessage - current
retroshare - current
kenosis - not current (last news: 2005)
Kademlia - various
dox - unknown
opendchub - current
microdc2 -    ^^^^^

but it's hard to know how useful these are without trying them all,
and I'm hoping people here can guide me.  Ultimately, I'm interested
in secure, encrypted p2p operations starting with basic messaging,
which will run on Windows-something, Mac, and Linux (BSD) OS's.

TIA,

Walter



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