[BangPypers] Call for Python programmers interested in building social applications (Yoganand Anandaraju)
yoganand at gmx.com
Thu Aug 2 06:17:20 CEST 2012
Thanks Aditya, I will look at these.. hoping these are all open source. It will help me think through the architecture once again.
I myself am a hobbyist programmer and this community will turn me to real-programmer one day. Once we wet our hands on the code the repo will be there for everyone to fork.
----- Original Message -----
From: Aditya Athalye
Sent: 08/01/12 11:45 PM
To: bangpypers at python.org
Subject: Re: [BangPypers] Call for Python programmers interested in building social applications (Yoganand Anandaraju)
I'm new here (hello all) and to Python (hello all, again!) so please pardon any n00b errors. @Yoganand, You wrote: > Thats right. Diaspora clone you could call. Do we have something like that already written in python? There are at least 3 "distributed" SNs using Python, according to this list http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Distributed_social_network Newebe (Python / Coffeescript, AGPL) * one user = one node ; microblogging, picture sharing, activity stream * Server / web client ---- Salut à Toi (Python, C++) * multi-frontends, microblogging, group microblogging, file sharing, games, XMPP client * XMPP client (multi-frontends), web server, SMTP/IMAP server ---- Sparkleshare (Python (Nautilus plugin), C# (rest)) * Collaboration and sharing tool inspired by Dropbox These (and potentially other in-Python implementations) in the list may not necessarily use P2P protocols, but you did say 'P2P or something similar'. Also, if you've not already seen GNU's P2P networking framework, perhaps it will help think through architecture: https://gnunet.org/ Please let me know if really-wet-behind-the-ears, not-yet-real-programmers like me can also join in when you publish the repo. Best, Aditya www.AdityaAthalye.com _______________________________________________ BangPypers mailing list BangPypers at python.org http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/bangpypers
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